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Seven That Spells

Seven That Spells
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Croatia
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Massive psychedelia from Croatia. Modern, aggressive psychedelic wall of sound incorporating polymetrics and occasional Viking funeral rites; hailing from the 23rd century where rock is dead, Seven That Spells returned in time where its still possible to change the tragic course of the boring history.
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http://www.7thatspells.com
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Releases on file (9)
Seven That Spells — Superautobahn Seven That Spells — Superautobahn
(Hau Ruck! HR!109, 2012, CD)
Seven That Spells — Acid Taking and Sweet Love Making Seven That Spells — Acid Taking and Sweet Love Making
(Hau Ruck! HR!98, 2011, CD)
Seven That Spells — The Death and Resurrection of Krautrock: AUM Seven That Spells — The Death and Resurrection of Krautrock: AUM
(Beta-lactam Ring mt264, 2011, CD)
Seven That Spells — Future Retro Spasm Seven That Spells — Future Retro Spasm
(Beta-lactam Ring mt234a, 2010, CD)
Seven That Spells — Black Om Rising Seven That Spells — Black Om Rising
(Beta-lactam Ring mt102a, 2008, CD)
Seven That Spells — Cosmoerotic Dialogue with Lucifer Seven That Spells — Cosmoerotic Dialogue with Lucifer
(Beta-lactam Ring mt174, 2008, CD)
Seven That Spells — The Men from Dystopia Seven That Spells — The Men from Dystopia
(Beta-lactam Ring mt207, 2007, CD)
Seven That Spells — It Came from the Planet of Love Seven That Spells — It Came from the Planet of Love
(RAIG R013, 2006, CD)
Seven That Spells — My Mommy Wants to Kiss Your Mamma Seven That Spells — My Mommy Wants to Kiss Your Mamma
(RAIG R012, 2005, CD)

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