Those blood stains will never come off...
I received this email from Marius Sjøli from Indelible. As I have no time to write reviews as it is and I have a backlog of promos waiting to be reviewed, I'll simply post the email and the link to stream the album on Bandcamp, as I think it's a nice release and people will find it interesting.
"Indelible's Remnants in Red
Free digital download and audio streaming are now available from Strix Records and Indelible's BandCamp page. The free digital download is at 192KB mp3, but you can purchase the album in 320KB, .wav or FLAC for $5 from BandCamp.
Created out of the desire to explore ideas he couldn't in his other bands, Marius Sjøli (Formloff, Hollow Branches, Self Spiller) formed Indelible with Robert Hunter (Hollow Branches, Self Spiller), Jason Walton (Agalloch, Sculptured, Self Spiller) and Mona Sjøli in the summer of 2008. Their debut EP, "Introduction," a fusion of rock and electro beats was released a short time later.
After "Introduction" was released, Marius and Robert decided they would write exclusively on the piano for their first full length, and began developing a concept album which was to include murder, gore, and mystery. A short five months later the album was recorded; Mona once again contributing vocals, with Jason recording bass between tours and a cross country move. Despite the relative ease with which the album was recorded, it would be another year and nine months before mixing and mastering was finished.
After months of delay and setbacks, "Remnants in Red," is now available via Strix Records. "Remnants" is a dark progressive rock record influenced equally by the dark bombast of Goblin, skeletal electronics of Coil, and 70s Giallo films.
"Remnants in Red" Track listing:
01. The Vision
02. Keep Me Warm
03. Mundane Monotony
04. Remnants in Red
05. Beyond this Mask
06. The Vow
07. The Glowing Sun
08. Zero Sum
09. The Delicate Line
10. The Void
Strix is also producing a strictly limited edition run of 25 digipak copies with 8 page booklet. About half of those are spoken for, so contact catlprod (at) gmail (dot) com if you want to reserve a copy. $10 PPD US, $13 PPD World. Or reserve one here."