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Kayo Dot, the endlessly eclectic project of composer and producer Toby Driver, was formed in 2003 by the members of the legendary aethereal metal band Maudlin Of The Well. Since then, the group’s muse has shown its face through slow and massive cascades of guitars and violins, and soundscapes spanning from tripped-out goth fusion, informed by Miles Davis’ “Bitches Brew,” to hyper-fast, angular and atonal suicidal black metal.

Kayo Dot’s members come from very different backgrounds, ranging from DIY punk kids to the most erudite conservatory-educated New York performing musicians. Driver’s list of collaborators includes names like Randall Dunn (WITTR, Myrkur, Sunn O))), Secret Chiefs 3 (Trey Spruance of Mr. Bungle), John Zorn, and G. Stuart Dahlquist (Burning Witch, Asva), among many others. The diversity of the musicians involved feeds Kayo Dot’s ability to wind, twist, and leave you wanting with no clue on how it will evolve, while creating sounds that are both timeless and contemporary.

Now fifteen years on, Kayo Dot’s new album, “Blasphemy,” is once again based on an allegorical story by Jason Byron. It explores greed, especially politically, and surrounds three characters on their search for treasures; only to be destroyed by the verytreasure they sought – a sleeping girl with terrible power named Blasphemy. Produced by Randall Dunn (who helmed Kayo Dot’s “Hubardo,” “Coyote,” and “Blue Lambency Downward”), “Blasphemy” is Kayo Dot’s most forthright statement ever – directly confronting the world at-hand, foregoing the encouraged escapism found ubiquitously throughout the rest of their catalogue, and embracing the perspective a band in such a rare position as this can bring – much more energetic than the ebb and flow of 2003’s “Choirs Of The Eyes”, a more straight-ahead rock album than “Dowsing Anemone With Copper Tongue” (2006) that channels the playfulness of 2010’s “Coyote.” Pulling from elements of black metal, jazz, pop and Driver’s own wild sonic concoctions, Kayo Dot is constantly evolving.

“Blasphemy” will be released on September 6th, 2019 via Prophecy Productions, and will be available on LP, CD Digipak, 2xCD book edition (hardcover, 18x18cm, 48 pages with enhanced artwork, a full chapter of the novel that serves as the album’s thematic basis, and feat. the 6-track bonus CD “Purity” with renditions of “Blasphemy” tracks by Wet Math) and ltd. boxset (LP on exclusive clear vinyl, 2xCD artbook, three art prints, and a full map of the novel’s universe).

Click here for more info and purchase: www.instagram.com/kayodotofficial/  

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They announced in march via Facebook that they were in the process of writing. I got direct word from a band member on reddit that they have just about finished writing and they have planned to begin recording next weekend. He also said it was set for a release date somewhere in early 2020.

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I don’t normally do any advertising for my weird little prog project, but I just released my ninth album (or if you prefer, toilet) called A Swarm of Dish Rags.

It always smells like beans in the yard when the mattresses escape. I have a backpack that doesn’t like salt. I’ve been wondering what kind of cells they make cell phones out of. Even though coupons from 1976 have long since expired, I cherish them like five-year old unopened bags of concrete.

It’s a name your price download on Bandcamp. You can of course stream as much as you can handle. If you want to download it, I encourage you to enter $0, so you can get it for free (seriously). If you feel you must give a dollar or so, please know I’ll just buy more CDs for my collection with it. Anyway, this is just a hobby and if you’ve seen the weird stuff I post in the Just for Fun section, this really isn’t very far from that. 

You can also listen to all the other crap I have made on my Bandcamp site, but I recommend taking a tranquilizer or having at least an empty and open clothes hamper nearby.

If you’re old school, an on-demand 2-disc CD-R is available on Amazon for $10. Sorry, I don’t have them manufactured as pressed CDs due to costs. It’s just a hobby after all and I don’t have the room to have 100 or more of these laying around the house. Besides, it scares the dust.

Enjoy or roll your eyes. Hopefully you won’t get diarrhea.

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  Quote proghavenQuote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Topic: A belated update to a long closed topic
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The topic:

http://www.progarchives.com/forum/forum_posts.asp?TID=111295

The belated update:

https://pillory1.bandcamp.com/releases

Of course if it interests anyone. If no, then no.

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  Quote BaldJeanQuote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 6 hours 37 minutes ago at 12:20

Originally posted by proghavenproghaven wrote:

The topic:

http://www.progarchives.com/forum/forum_posts.asp?TID=111295

The belated update:

https://pillory1.bandcamp.com/releases

Of course if it interests anyone. If no, then no.

this is just for making the links more easily clickable:

the topic:

the belated update:

A shot of me as High Priestess of Gaia during our fall festival. Ceterum censeo pricipiis obsta

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  Quote ExittheLemmingQuote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 6 minutes ago at 18:51

^Thanks. The door to Ivan Melgar’s Torture Chamber now has a ‘welcome’ mat…

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