released October 30, 2015. Produced by: broken darkness. Omino▼s occ▼lŧ pяod▼C†ions.
com, is suffused with snippets from second-tier Adult Swim shows. The Cartoon Network's graveyard shift has started to Xerox itself with shows like "Squidbillies" (a hick "ATHF") and "12 oz. Mouse" (the asymptote of the block's crude style), and so appropriately this epilogue album is largely made up of remixes and sequels, with only one purely original track, the ho-hum "Korn Dogz".
The Occult - Necropolis (2018) mortui vivos docent. Recorded and mixed by Alexander Sarychev at DTH Studios. Mastered by Brad Boatright at AUDIOSIEGE. Artwork by Daemorph Art. Produced by Alexander Sarychev and The Occult. Digital release: Zero Hero Recordings. June 17 at 11:47 PM ·. Cvlt Legion.
The American underground filmmaker Kenneth Anger was in London and, via his connections with gallery owner and socialite Robert Fraser, approached the Rolling Stones to play in his latest project, Lucifer Rising. Anger was older than the Stones and their followers (he was born in 1927), a one-time Hollywood child actor and author of the vitriolic tell-all Hollywood Babylon, and not least of all a devout student of Aleister Crowley. Led Zeppelin’s fourth album and its accompanying quartet of alchemical symbols. In 1974 Page purchased a London Occult book shop called The Equinox, in addition to architect William Burges’s lavish neo-Gothic Tower House in the city’s exclusive Kensington district.
There's a sample of "I Remember A Man" by Yeshimebet Dubale on the track "Worship Me In The Sanctuary Of Transcendence. With that said, if anyone knows anything about the track "I Remember A Man," please let me know, because I need that song.
When did you start putting together Occult Classic? I started working on the album close to two years ago. I had been working on a bunch of new ideas, and I guess there was a point where I was like, this is definitely something. The first nine months or so was just me really trying to find time to work in the studio - I was doing a lot of touring. And after close to a year of trying to balance the two, I started to realize, if I’m really serious about putting an album together, I’ve got to pull myself off the road for a period of time to really go in and get a vibe . We’ve done a bunch of stuff together. We did a song together for his EP probably three or four years ago. Then he did a remix for me right around the same time. He’s a guy I like working with - one of a few guys that when you get in the studio, there are no rules.