Listen/download: Kräfte vom Hirn (A Kanoi Reconstruction) by KRPL
Listen to: From The City To The Stars by Kanoi
"From The City To The Stars" is now up and running on my bandcamp page! Tracklist: A-Side: 1. From The City To The Stars 2. Cracks 3. Witch Mt. B-Side: 1. Obstacles 2. The Heather Blazing 3. Suspicions Aside The vinyl will be released around the end of April by German label “Clostridium Records" and will come in three different formats: - Standard Edition (black, heavy-weight Vinyl, limited to 200 copies) - Coloured Edition (the same as above but with coloured Vinyl, limited to 200 copies) - Die-Hard Edition (again, the same as above but comes with additional A3-poster and another extra item which will be revealed soon - limited to 100 copies) - all editions come with a glossy gatefold sleeve, a download code and coloured lyric sheets printed on heavy, high-quality paper. Andreas (the great guy behind Clostridium Records) and I have yet to decide on the colours we will use for the non-standard editions but I’ll post any progress on my Facebook page. The tracklist is meant to showcase the different styles of music I’ve been releasing since I started this project. Each LP side begins with a new song which is then followed by two older songs."Cracks" was the first song I recorded and released as “Kanoi” back in 2011 but is featured here as a remixed version with additional guitar overdubs."Witch Mt." was part of the “Moonglow” mini-album from 2012 but this version comes with newly recorded guitar-parts and a totally different and freshly recorded vocal take."The Heather Blazing" and "Suspicions Aside" were originally part of the “Basque For Barrel” EP but are presented here as slightly remixed versions of the originals."From The City To The Stars" and “Obstacles” are new songs and the last ones I’ve recorded as “Kanoi”.See you Space Cowboys Benjamin
Made With Paper
Decided to release a compilation of jams culled from the third rehearsal meeting of the all new Kanoi-Live-Band featuring Marko Köfler on drums and Patrick Mühlburger on bass.The sound is a bit rough as this was recorded using my Tascam mobile recording device but I think the energy of the “songs” makes up for any sonic shortcomings and musical mistakes.I guess this will be my last release for 2013 as the Christmas-season is in full swing here which basically means that I’ll be swamped with work and won’t be able to record or write something new before Christmas is finally over.Benjamin
been listening to a lot of Elder and vintage Sabbath lately.