Cut Hands ‎– Festival Of The Dead

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A1 The Claw 6:28
A2 I Know What I Must Do 0:50
A3 Damballah 58 6:40
B1 Parataxic Distortion 3:28
B2 Festival Of The Dead 4:54
B3 Belladonna Theme 3:11
C1 Vaudou Take Me High 6:51
C2 Inlightenment 3:14
C3 None Of Your Bones Are Broken 2:40
D1 Madwoman (Festival Mix) 5:52
D2 Fruit Is Ripe 2:17
D3 Fire Ends The Day 3:37

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Recorded from 2012 to 2014 in Edinburgh and London.
Mp3 download code included.

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
BLACKESTCD 010 Cut Hands Festival Of The Dead(CD, Album) Blackest Ever Black BLACKESTCD 010 UK 2014 Sell This Version
BLACKESTDL010 Cut Hands Festival Of The Dead(12xFile, FLAC, Album) Blackest Ever Black BLACKESTDL010 UK 2014

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November 29, 2014
FESTIVAL OF THE DEAD
album notes

The Claw
based on a powerful modern visualisation spell

I Know What I Must Do
originally composed for a traditional Greek music project I was working on

Damballah 58
after spending months working and imagining beats like this without getting anywhere, suddenly and with great relief, the theme appeared from nowhere as if from the heavens

Parataxic Distortion

Festival Of The Dead
the basic beat came out of the blue one night and I made several very different versions of this title track, the mood of this one seemed to fit in best with the record

Belladonna Theme
music from the documentary film about superstar porn actress Belladonna

Vaudou Take Me High
original version of this was nearly twenty minutes long!

Inlightenment
this is a sister piece to Impassion and Inchantment from previous releases, hence the unusual spelling

None Of Your Bones Are Broken
inspired after watching the same incredible film three times consecutively, if you’ve seen it you’ll know which it is

Madwoman (Festival Remix)
after trying out all sorts of Madwoman variations in a live setting, this one had the type of sound that best seemed to work

Fruit Is Ripe
originally written for a soundtrack (sadly never used)

Fire Ends The Day
currently working on a lot more of this type of sound

William Bennett 21 October 2014