Apocalypse The Castle

Out-Sider Music | Item No: 902544
Vinyl LP | 1976 / EU – Reissue | New
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70s Chicago-area based band Apocalypse used their double-neck guitars to create chamber prog suites about faraway castles.

Their lost 1976 LP (used as a demo), with male/female harmonies, violin, mellotron and fuzzed-out guitars/keys has been unearthed by Steve "Plastic Crimewave" Krakow. With their lenghty and tuneful musical odysseys, Apocalypse conjures the golden mid-70s progressive period of Renaissance, Soft Machine, ELP, Gentle Giant and Genesis.

Travel back in time with the Salvatori family. Way back to 1976, when he was in high school, Tom Salvatori teamed up with older brother Michael Salvatori, Michael’s wife Gail Salvatori and Tom’s classmate Scott Magnesen.

As Apocalypse they recorded an album of pure progressive rock magic called The Castle. Although the 5-song, 38-minute demo was an amazing showcase for their collective progressive rock leanings, The Castle remained an unreleased artifact until 2021 when the reel-to-reel master tape of the presumably long-lost relic was rediscovered by Michael in a dusty old basement storage bin. Music fans can be thankful that Michael’s rediscovery of the Apocalypse master tape has now led to a vinyl-only reissue of The Castle.
Item Details
Item No: 902544
Artist: Apocalypse
Title: The Castle
Label: Out-Sider Music
Catalog No: OSR089
Format: Vinyl LP, Vinyl, LP
Pressing: EU – Reissue
Release Date: 1976
Genre: Rock & Indie
Style: Classic Rock
Available since: 2022-03-31
Condition: New
Price: 23,99 €
Weight: 250g (plus 250g Packaging)
A1 The Spirit
A2 Only The Children Know
A3 Turning Around
B1 The Castle
B2 All The People
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