Legendary Symphonic Metal vocalist Sarah Jezebel Deva (Torn Between Two Worlds, Mortiis) has released a brand new single, a reimagining of the her song “A Sign of the Sublime (Redux)” from her debut solo album of the same name in 2010. Although the album is loved by fans, Sarah and her peers soured on the finished product, much to their dismay. She has gathered some amazing comrades (including members of Angtoria, ex-Cradle of Filth, Mayhem) to recreate the track such as Ken Newman – guitars, Dan Abela – guitars, drums, mixing and mastering, Lindsay Schoolcraft – Keys and orchestration, Dave Pybus – Bass and Charles E A Hedger/Ghul – chipping in a guitar solo! Stream and pre-order the track right now at the link below. Continue reading
The new Peaceville podcast series features former Peaceville Records employee Dave Pybus, who was responsible for the layout and design of many classic titles, and later better known for his time in Anathema and Cradle of Filth. He discusses his days at the company at the start of the 1990s, and speaks with some of the bands and artists from those days. In this first episode of his ‘Peaceville Days’ podcast, Pybus talks with Aaron Stainthorpe of My Dying Bride about the early visions of the band, plus techniques of constructing artwork in the early 90s, along with some of the tribulations involved in the pre-Photoshop era. Also joining the trip down memory lane is a conversation with artist Dave McKean, himself responsible for some of the early iconic My Dying Bride artwork.
Stream the episode below: