Demon is the eighth studio album by Norwegian rock band Gazpacho. It was released on 17 March 2014 in the United Kingdom, and on 1 April 2014 in the United States, by Kscope. Gazpacho described Demon as "the most complicated and strange album we’ve ever made". It was inspired by "the mad ramblings left behind by an unknown tenant in an apartment in Prague".
Gazpacho released a live CD/DVD album titled Night of the Demon in April 2015. In October/November 2015, Gazpacho toured in support of the album Molok (Kscope; 23 October 2015). They completed two venues in Poland, two in Germany and two in Netherlands, including The Boerderij, Zoetermeer. They completed the tour with a gig at the O2 in Islington, London.
Released date 17 March 2014. Music StyleProgressive Rock. Members owning this album3. 1. I've Been Walking.
Gazpacho’s 2014 studio release Demon comprises four songs based on ‘the mad ramblings left behind by an unknown tenant in an apartment in Prague’. Delving deep within the demon that possessed the inhabitant and exploring the evil he has caused and all that he is capable of, the album continues the rich vein of inventive storytelling and ambitious music that typified the celebrated March Of Ghosts release. Written over two years, ‘Demon’ is the most complicated and strange album we’ve ever made. More Gazpacho albums. Show all albums by Gazpacho.
Gazpacho from Oslo, Norway have released their latest album simply called Demon. The band describe the concept of the album as ‘based on ‘the mad ramblings left behind by an unknown tenant in an apartment in Prague’. To put it simply, you just don’t hear an album like this very often. It is like watching an incredible art film and being engulfed in the characters and tone of the film. This music gives you very much the same feeling. Comprised of 4 songs, mostly longer songs with the exception of the second track, the songs on Demon are not predictable in any way, they possess no traditional format, yet are as captivating as anything.
Shop Vinyl and CDs and complete your Gazpacho collection. Does this ever happen to you? You wake up from an intense dream, and as you wake up the story line of the dream slips away from you. Then that strange, eerie yet intriguing feeling stays with you: "what the heck was that?". It feels a bit like that after you've listened to album! And I mean that in a very good sense.