Jacula - Tardo Pede In Magiam Versus
I have a mild interest in this group, mostly because of some mysteries involving their 1969 release and the authenticity of it (supposedly edited in 2001, being the only known version, with the original 1969 release being an extremely rare version with limited copies at the time, thus, unheard on the internet or anywhere yet).
This is not that album though.
It heavily uses a organ for its main sound and atmosphere, the organist for the band was at the time an old man (about 68) and married a 18 year old girl.
The operatic female vocals are magnificent and really add to the atmosphere, giving it a very 'old gothic horror movie' type of feeling.
Very soothing and delightfully ominous at the same time.
I really enjoy the sound of the organ, so I am very fond of this band.
What is a man!? A miserable little pile of secrets...
Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night, 2018 hype!
(Featuring Rockman 11)