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LA MORTE VIENE DALLO SPAZIO - Debut EP Out In January, Three Tracks Available For Streaming

Italian space/kraut/drone/ambient/rock band La Morte Viene Dallo Spazio will release, in partnership between Debemur Morti Productions and Bloodrock Records, their debut EP Sky Over Giza for the first time on vinyl on 11th January 2019.
An open ensemble of musicians gathered from well-known Italian progressive bands, La Morte Viene Dallo Spazio ('death comes from outer space') are a hypnotic free-form combination of acid, psychedelic, space and kraut rock, drone, dark ambient and doom inspired by vintage sci-fi movies and soundtracks. You can stream three tracks in the player below.
La Morte Viene Dallo Spazio is a space ritual project from Milan. Inspired by sci-fi Italian horror movies and soundtracks, its occult atmospheres are a departure from the norm, a free-form journey with no defined destination or resolution which gives a mental image of ancient mysticism.
The band combines guitars, drums and an alien flute. Two female entities craft an obscure landscape of sound through theremin/moog and bass, enriched by cutting and delayed vocals. Stylistically La Morte Viene Dallo Spazio seems to be the soundtrack to a movie - the band name itself comes from the original title of the 1959 Italian sci-fi film 'The Day The Sky Exploded'. Link