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Queen Of Time
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Eonian
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Northern Chaos Gods
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06. Summoning -
With Doom We Come
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Exile Amongst The Ruins
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FATHER MURPHY - Announce Their Final Offering

The iconic Italian avant occult duo Father Murphy is about to release their latest and final offering titled Rising. A Requiem For Father Murphy. The album will come out on 20th April via Ramp Local in USA and by Avant! Records in EU/UK. With Rising, the legend of Father Murphy reaches its culmination. Having gone from religious fanatic, to heretic priest, and ultimately concealing to his final fate on the cross, Rising is the moment Father Murphy finally meets his death. Taking the form of a requiem, Rising will be the final album from Father Murphy. It brings an end to a journey into faith; one longing for salvation and embracing failure.
“For the very first time we were not at liberty to do everything we wanted”, they explain. “We wanted to stick to the format but also to make it personal.” Father Murphy solved the challenge of integrating their clanging occult sounds into traditional requiem formats via various inventive ways. The text of "Libera Me", for example—sung at the final moment of burial in a requiem mass since the 19th century—is replaced with a gut wrenching field recording of maggot larvae (recordings are contributed by composer Luca Garino throughout the record). “For us it's really the triumphant sound of death. something that brings you back to the earth through the most natural process.” A short album teaser can be heard and seen in the player below.
Even in its final hour, Father Murphy stick to their core working philosophy of sonic exploration; of never resting on what they've already accomplished, and always aiming for new fringes. With Rising: A Requiem For Father Murphy, the project reaches its zenith. "It's from the high of the cross that Father Murphy accepts his death", explain Freddie Murphy and Chiara Lee. "Death as a confirmation of his life." Link