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Reissue. 2015 album from Norway's post-progressive art rockers Gazpacho. Following 2014's lauded album Demon, Gazpacho released their ninth studio album Molok. This was the sixth album in a series of concept records that started with the critically acclaimed Night in 2007. Recorded at Krypton Sound Planet studios in Oslo, the self-produced album will be mixed by Daniel Bergstrand (In Flames, Meshuggah, Soilwork, Dimmu Borgir). Molok features guest musicians Stian Carstensen from the eclectic group Farmers Market on accordion and ethnic instruments, and music archaeologist Gjermund Kollveit playing the aga stone (the oldest known instrument ever to be featured on a CD)
Reissue. 2015 album from Norway's post-progressive art rockers Gazpacho. Following 2014's lauded album Demon, Gazpacho released their ninth studio album Molok. This was the sixth album in a series of concept records that started with the critically acclaimed Night in 2007. Recorded at Krypton Sound Planet studios in Oslo, the self-produced album will be mixed by Daniel Bergstrand (In Flames, Meshuggah, Soilwork, Dimmu Borgir). Molok features guest musicians Stian Carstensen from the eclectic group Farmers Market on accordion and ethnic instruments, and music archaeologist Gjermund Kollveit playing the aga stone (the oldest known instrument ever to be featured on a CD)
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Format: CD
Label: KSCOPE
Rel. Date: 01/06/2023
UPC: 802644776927

Molok
Artist: Gazpacho
Format: CD
New: Available $13.98
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Reissue. 2015 album from Norway's post-progressive art rockers Gazpacho. Following 2014's lauded album Demon, Gazpacho released their ninth studio album Molok. This was the sixth album in a series of concept records that started with the critically acclaimed Night in 2007. Recorded at Krypton Sound Planet studios in Oslo, the self-produced album will be mixed by Daniel Bergstrand (In Flames, Meshuggah, Soilwork, Dimmu Borgir). Molok features guest musicians Stian Carstensen from the eclectic group Farmers Market on accordion and ethnic instruments, and music archaeologist Gjermund Kollveit playing the aga stone (the oldest known instrument ever to be featured on a CD)
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