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Evil Spirits is the eleventh studio album from The Damned. Released on 13 April 2018, it is their first album in ten years and was produced by famed producer Tony Visconti who is best known for his work with David Bowie. The album was largely crowdfunded by a successful PledgeMusic campaign. Captain Sensible said of the album: "we deliberately recorded the album retro style, the same way our debut album was made, basically.
Punk-Rock The Damned. Band Name The Damned. Album Name Evil Spirits. Released date 13 April 2018. Labels Spinefarm Records. Produced by Tony Visconti. Music StylePunk-Rock. Members owning this album1.
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The album is preceded by new single ‘Standing On The Edge Of Tomorrow’, which streams online today ahead of the band’s forthcoming Evil Spirits UK tour starting on 26 January. Propelled by an enormously successful PledgeMusic funding campaign, The Damned headed to Atomic Sound Studios in Brooklyn in early October 2017 and began a frantic, high-energy, nine day burst of creativity with famed producer Tony Visconti, whose list of past s reads like a who’s who of popular music. David Bowie, T Rex, Morrissey, U2, The Stranglers, Iggy Pop and Thin Lizzy to name but a few!
Data de lançamento 2003. Labels Self-Produced. Estilo de MúsicaBlack Metal. Membros têm este álbum0. 1. The Black Dance of Evil Spirits. 2. The Tree of the Witch. 3. The Forest of Deformed Ones. 5. The Terror of Twilight.
Hardly a late-career masterpiece, Evil Spirits at least shows that the Damned are still smart and witty while paying attention to the global chaos of the era of Brexit and Trump, and they haven't lost their touch in the recording studio.
Evil Spirits was funded by a pledge campaign and produced by David Bowie's longtime and frequent collaborator Tony Visconti. We deliberately recorded the album retro style – the same way our debut album was made, basically, said guitarist Captain Sensible. There’s something wonderful about the '70s sounds; glam, rock and punk records – they all sound so great, and Tony specializes in beautifully crafted old-school production. So a song like ‘Standing on the Edge of Tomorrow’ may seem quite joyous and uplifting musically, but some of the lyrics might be about quite dark things. That’s what I’d like to think this album is – an uplifting album, not a moaning old album – not ‘this is terrible, and that’s terrible’, and then not offering any answers. It’s more a case of, ‘If we get it together, maybe we could change things a bi.