Take a sip of altar wine, pop that bisquit and get your glossolalia on!   Italian holy psych-entity Sonic Jesus‘ debut-album “Neither Virtue Nor Anger” just opened up pre-orders via Fuzz Club Records!

After their sublime 2012 S/T 10″ EP, occurances on the two first incarnations of “The Reverb Conspiracy” compilations, and most recently on the Fuzz Club Split Single Series #5 (w/ The Black Angels), fans of drone/psych/kraut has eagerly been waiting for a proper album. Sonic Jesus provides salvation through 16 tracks spread across 4 sides of black gold, presented in a glorious tri-fold cover. Take note of the stunning artwork by Mirco Maracci..

Their debut 10″ is selling at ridiculous prices, and the splatter-edition of this album will become a holy grail within no-time! This is one you’d better not sleep on, good people..

Price is by European standards high, but keep in mind that Fuzz Club Records generate serious high quality releases, and nothing is ever cut short of awesome!


The Details

"Neither Virtue Nor Anger" is the debut double album from italian Sonic Jesus.

Recorded in their studio between 2013 and 2014, Neither Virtue Nor Anger is something beyond the colourful blend of 60s Psychedelia, Folk, Krautrock, Shoegaze and Post-Punk anticipated by Locomotive. The more it progresses, the more it turns into a desperate stomping Bacchanalia, spiced up with an hypnotic flavour and distorted atmosphere a la Faust. Obscure ceremonies for Greek-Roman mystery rituals, songs like My Lunacy and Cancer are the perfect soundtrack for a futuristic and dystopian Fellini’s Satyricon.

The album features the artwork of prominent Italian artist Mirco Maracci. His work has been exhibited in Palazzo Taverna in Roma in 2014, along with Andy Warhol, Giorgio De Chirico, Keith Haring and Amedeo Modigliani.

Mixed by Fabio Vedardo at Circe (as in the mythological character) Digital Studio and mastered by Brett Orrison at The Austin Recording Service.

Release date April 16th, 2015

Price $37

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