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We have a brand new EP coming up on 15th September!
We’re super excited to announce that our next EP will be released on 15th September 2020.
The Wax Monster Lives Behind the First Rows of Trees occupies a liminal space: between EP and album*, between Iowa and Hanoi, between druid and mushroom, between life before COVID and life after it.
*It’s 5 tracks, but 9.
Presales are now open! You can get it on Bandcamp: https://moongoosecult.bandcamp.com/album/the-wax-monster-lives-behind-the-first-row-of-trees
The first pressing limited edition on Orange Vinyl will come as a package with a 30mn Live CD from our gig at the 17th Dream of Dr Sardonicus last year in Cardigan. Limited to 300 units.
We hope you’ll like it! Stay safe.
While we’re waiting to get out to finish our second album we are pleased to announce our upcoming live EP “The wax monster lives behind the first row of trees”, featuring a mix of tracks recorded live at the 17th Dream of Dr Sardonicus last year in Cardigan.
The tracks are being mixed right now but from what we’ve got, it’s going to be quite something!
more on that live EP soon
3 years ago we did our first gig ever!
It was at The Globe at Hay of course and it was quite a special moment.
Nobody knew what to expect and quite a few people were blown away. Quite a few people ran away screaming and never completely recovered.
Al Ashford who was doing the sound that night recorded everything without telling us and mixed what would become our second EP, Live at the Globe. We did a few CDs of this and it is now completely sold out (!) but still available digitally (free): https://moongoosecult.bandcamp.com/album/live-at-the-globe
Thanks to the friends that came to see us that night and thanks to those who came to the next gigs! We can’t wait to go back out there!
We’re very glad to share with you our second EP Live at the Globe, recorded in 2017 by Al Ashford at the Globe in Hay-on-Wye in March 2017.
That was a fine night and that should give you an idea of the sound we have live.
You won’t be able to appreciate the visuals that come with the gig on that EP but that should hopefully make you want to come and witness the whole experience by yourself.