King of Twilight

by Theater of the Absurd

supported by
patosmachos
patosmachos thumbnail
patosmachos Nektar is awesome, so hearing this cover be even better than the original made me need this! Adrift in Time is some serious prog rock! Favorite track: Adrift in Time.
/
  • Streaming + Download

    Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
    Purchasable with gift card

      $3 USD  or more

     

1.
2.
3.

about

"King of Twilight" is released in anticipation of Theater of the Absurd's forthcoming full-length prog opus, "Death in Aspiration." Featuring two adventurous new compositions and an inspired take on a Nektar classic, this EP demonstrates the band's maturity and spectacular elan. The title track is a new interpretation of the 1972 original, invigorated with blistering intensity and the outfit's signature male/female vocal scheme. "Adrift in Time" is an introspective and emotionally complex piece of music that incorporates a string quartet to great effect. In "Cor Inquietus," an ambitious progressive affair that's exclusive to this EP, intricate instrumentation and an extended Fender Rhodes solo take center stage.

credits

released October 26, 2018

Michael Neumeister – Guitars and Bass
Patrick Curley – Drums

with

Chandler Mogel – Vocals
Tor Morten Kjøsnes – Keyboards

featuring

Kjersti Kveli – Vocals

Reenat Pinchas – Cello
Elise Frawley – Viola
Tema Watstein – Violin
Sarah Franklin – Violin

Music & lyrics by Theater of the Absurd except “King of Twilight” by Albrighton, Freeman, Howden, Moore [Nektar], © 1972

String arrangements by Theater of the Absurd and Tor Morten Kjøsnes

Mixed & mastered by Brett Caldas-Lima at Tower Studio, Montpellier, France
Cover art by Zoran Velimanovic
Band logo by Christophe Szpajdel
Graphic design by Michael Neumeister
Produced by Theater of the Absurd

license

all rights reserved

tags

about

Theater of the Absurd New York, New York

Theater of the Absurd play dark and dramatic progressive metal. The group is inspired equally by its love for '70s prog rock, avant-garde metal, philosophy and literature. At times haunting, beautiful, and challenging, the music is as theatrical and grandiose as the band's namesake implies. ... more

contact / help

Contact Theater of the Absurd

Streaming and
Download help

Shipping and returns

If you like Theater of the Absurd, you may also like: