Today we reveal a sample of the new CD art from Sarah Turpin. Sarah created the amazing art work for A Moonlit Path. Her vision continues to coincide with our themes and aesthetic wonderfully. Please note that the layout, song list, etc... are getting finishing touches. But this glimpse should give you a good idea as to how the visuals are progressing. We are still working through final revisions of the audio tracks. We hope to have more revealed soon!
So we can now officially announce that the recording of our self produced, limited edition ep “Farther Down The Path” is complete! The CD production and final version of the art work are in process. We hope to have it in hand before first shows at Philadelphia Renaissance Faire May 13. It contains 7 songs. 4 new original pieces, 2 historic pieces given our tribal folk rock treatment, and a new rendition of A Moonlit Path. It is immediate, capturing a snapshot of where we are now, and where we have journeyed from in the three years since our last release. It was entirely recorded and produced by us. It is limited to 200 pressed copies. Initially it will only be available at our shows through out this year with a few exceptions to be detailed later. We’ve released a little video teaser to give you an idea of what to expect. And will release a few more clips in the coming weeks.
The set list is:
The Crooked One
Raise The Stones
Ai Vis Lo Lop
A Moonlit Path (2017)
Sierra Fox – Vocals, Percussion
John Harford – Bagpipes, Flutes
Matt “Cat” Orifice – Guitars, Production, Vocals
On the first day that truly feels like spring here in the Philadelphia region, we have some significant recording progress to report! Despite the crowded schedule of her spring singing events Sierra Fox spent a chunk of the last 72 hours working on tracking vocals and drums. Approximately 90% of the tracking of our limited edition EP is completed! There are a few more tracks and retakes left to do. Then Cat will begin the process of final mixing and mastering. We will hopefully announce a production date very soon.
Some know our guitarist, recording and live tech man Cat has been recovering from spinal (neck) surgery. Just a few weeks of healing later we got together today to work on finishing the guitar tracks for the upcoming Ashagal ep. We are working hard to get the ep finished for you all! More updates to come and don't forget our season's first shows at Philadelphia Renaissance Faire in just over a month!