Monday, March 1, 2010

Electric Wizard and Reverend Bizarre

It is a benevolent ignorance we surround ourselves with. The monotony of day-to-day life, the roar of the highway, the greedy wail of the television, the clumsy thud of popular music: empty noise to block out the maddening silence of the void. Once these ephemeral distractions are allowed to fade from earshot, the subtle padding of drooling beasts can be just heard outside, malign and unseen. Audible here are an adaption of the William Hope Hodgson weird tale "The House on the Borderland" by noted Lovecraftians Electric Wizard, and a cultish ritualistic dirge by Reverend Bizarre, a spell originally crafted by occult entity Beherit. A holiday in a small fishing village inevitably goes horribly wrong, and stomps soggy footprints in the mud as it approaches shore.
Fortunately, this manuscript was recently discovered.


  1. I was thinking of doing a Wizard post soon too. Love this and the cover is one of my faves!

  2. This cover is indeed a sublime bit of greusomeness to complement the horrors contained within.


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