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Electric Wizard Rock & Indie 6 Artikel

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Electric Wizard - We Live
Electric Wizard
We Live
2LP | 2004 | UK | Reissue (Rise Above)
24,99 €*
Release:2004 / UK – Reissue
Genre:Rock / Indie
Considered by many to literally be 'The Heaviest Band In The World', Electric Wizard is more like a cult than a band. The Wizard conjure up visions of Alistair Crowley having a black trip with HP Lovecraft, whilst gazing at the most far out biker flicks ever created. This, combined with the crustiest gravity defying Doom riffs and drones, Electric Wizard have one mission: To Destroy!
Electric Wizard - Let Us Prey
Electric Wizard
Let Us Prey
2LP | 2007 | UK | Reissue (Rise Above)
25,99 €*
Release:2007 / UK – Reissue
Genre:Rock / Indie
Considered by many to literally be 'The Heaviest Band In The World', Electric Wizard is more like a cult than a band. The Wizard conjure up visions of Alistair Crowley having a black trip with HP Lovecraft, whilst gazing at the most far out biker flicks ever created. This, combined with the crustiest gravity defying Doom riffs and drones, Electric Wizard have one mission: To Destroy!
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Electric Wizard - Time To Die
Electric Wizard
Time To Die
2LP | 2014 | EU | Original (Spinefarm)
28,49 €* 29,99 € -5%
Release:2014 / EU – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
A cultural as well as a musical force, Electric Wizard has left an indelible mark on a host of different genres, the likes of doom, stoner and sludge; at heart, however, they stand as an iconic British metal band, cast in the great tradition, with lyrics and artwork reflecting the hypnotic weight of the music, and subject to the same intelligence and detail. Wreathed in occult ritual and drug-culture references, with classic '70s horror an inspirational seam, ELECTRIC WIZARD is poised to turn a page; there's the new deal with Spinefarm Records, plus - after a nine-year hiatus - the return of Mark Greening (the drummer on "Dopethrone"), who completes the lineup of Oborn, American guitarist Liz Buckingham, a key member since 2003, and new bassist Clayton Burgess (SATAN'S SATYRS). Fueled by strong emotion and the harder sounds of late-'60s Detroit, the remodeled lineup - isolated by choice, giant stacks glowing red - set about crafting an eighth studio album to both rival and exceed the milestone recordings of the past, with Buckingham keeping things suitably monolithic and the band generally looking back to some of their earliest influences. Toerag Studios in London was once again charged with capturing "The Sound," and (encouragingly) words like "raw", "hateful" and "sickeningly heavy" are being traded. Founding member Jus Oborn said the following: "All of our albums in the past have had a theme - revenge, drugs, black magick - and the theme of this one is death. Of course, death to us really means rebirth, so this album is a manifestation of a very primal occult belief in the final sacrifice. We have gone full circle - it was inevitable, but we had to do it. We had to kill the band so we could be reborn. It was the only way to ensure we could come back even stronger."
Electric Wizard - Witchcult Today
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