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Violent Sagas of the Ancients

by REPTIEL

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John Mentzer
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John Mentzer Far out themes, awesome hooks, and a song about one of my favorite Goetic demons!

If you are into this you HAVE to check out Hobbitozz! Favorite track: Gamigin.
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Prelude 00:46
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Gamigin 03:52
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Fanfare 00:36
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On and On 05:06
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Lakam Ha 05:55
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Postlude 00:45

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Cubby Control Records enthusiastically announces the release of REPTIEL's Violent Sagas of the Ancients, their new mini-album epic of conflagration, conjuration, and invocation spanning the ages. Violent Sagas of the Ancients is REPTIEL's sophomore effort, building on and expanding the Indie Psych Prog Rock of its predecessor, the eponymous REPTIEL, which coincidentally was described by FLABmag as like "sailing across the high seas encountering adventures, but in a Viking’s ship."

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released March 24, 2013

Violent Sagas of the Ancients was recorded and mixed by Elton Cunniffe at Light Rail Studios in San Francisco, CA, during 2012, was mastered by Thee More Shallows and Fops headman David Kesler at his historic infomercial production suite in San Francisco, CA, and post-mastered by Jason Gonzales at the SoAr Sound Shack in San Francisco, CA.

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REPTIEL San Francisco, California

REPTIEL is a psychedelic indie prog rock band from San Francisco that practices the art of ceremonial musick, delving deep into their communal unconscious to write songs about ancient legends, fantasy worlds and distant planets.

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