In what is becoming an annual event of sorts, the Salford-based experimental collective Gnod have announced the release of another new album.
Titled ‘Chapel Perilous’, it is the third spring release by the band in a row following up on last year’s excellent ‘Just Say No The Psycho Right-Wing Capitalist Fascist Industrial Death Machine’ and ‘Mirror’ in 2016.
The term ‘Chapel Perilous’ was first used back in the 1400’s but was popularised by author and philosopher Robert Anton Wilson in his 1977 book ‘Cosmic Trigger’.
The five-track album was recorded at the Supernova Studio in Eindhoven, Holland where they also recorded the Radar Men From The Moon collaborative album ‘Temple Ov BBV’.
It will be released via Rocket Recordings on 4th May. You can listen to the 15-minute opening track ‘Donovan’s Daughters’ below.