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Kloster : Half Dream, Half Epiphany

Burnt Toast Vinyl will be releasing Kloster‘s Half Dream, Half Epiphany on cd this fall. We’ve been friends with Mikael R Andreasen from Kloster and the supporting musicians for several years and are excited to release this latest album. The album will come out on vinyl and cd in Denmark through Target Group and it will also arrive on cassette in the US on Crime & Punishment Packaged Goods. Kloster is self-described as pastoral folk and veers towards a more apocalyptic folk style in the vein of Current 93 and other World Serpent related bands or the Revolutionary Army of the Infant Jesus.

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Scaterd Few Sin Disease Vinyl shipping update

Thanks to everyone who pre-ordered the 25th Anniversary pressing of Scaterd Few’s Sin Disease album. The gatefold LPs are en route from the factory today. Pre-orders should begin shipping out on Monday. We’ll have photos of the final version once everything arrives. You can still order in the online store, but pre-orders will ship in the order they were placed. These will come with download codes for the remastered album as either mp3 or wav files. There are a few test pressings left if you prefer to get your LP on marbled red and black vinyl.

Also, Allan was interviewed in a two part episode for the As The Story Grows podcast. Worth listening for some Scaterd Few history.

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Ring Them Bells “Sweet To My Soul” Video

Ring Them Bells have released the video for the No One’s Dead / We’re Just Dressed In Black scorching album closer “Sweet To My Soul.”

It debuted on the Danish site Gaffa. If your Danish is reasonably good, you could read that the live footage was recorded at the Copenhagen moped clubhouse for Teufelskerle where they played their album release show to a packed out venue. They’re playing a free show in Copenhagen on Wednesday, 24 June, at the Dr. Martens store.

No One’s Dead/ We’re Just Dressed In Black cds are available from Burnt Toast Vinyl and on cassette from btv and Crime and Punishment Packaged Goods.
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