Eldritch Rites' long awaited full length album 'Hell And Doom And Days Long Gone' out now through the band's social media, events and bandcamp or through directly through Shadow Beast Recordings here.
Wrap your earballs around it for a journey into misery and woe all dressed up in heavy guitars, thudding bass, bombastic drums and wailing vocals.
released February 19, 2020
Shayne (guitars and bellowing)
Adam (drums and battery)
Trevor (bass and shenanigans)
All music by Eldritch Rites except "The Loss" and "Lunar", by S. Joseph.
Lyrics by S. Joseph except "If These Walls Could Speak" and "Witch Woman" by Daniel Corish.
Additional drunken vocals on A Song Forlorn provided by Jay Stark
Hell and Doom and Days Long Gone was recorded at Singing Bird Studios in Frankston and Home Brew Recordings by Jay Stark, with engineering assistance from Robert Trott; except "The Loss" and "Lunar", recorded by S. Joseph in a drunken, depressive haze, somewhere he forgets.
Mixing, editing and mastering by Jay Stark.
Cover artwork by Sean Wiskin.
Cover concept by T. Scott.
Man Beast and logo by Quillan Freya.
Layout by Jay and Janine Stark.
Eldritch Rites would like to thank the following:
Jay and Janine Stark, Andy Fernando, Robert Trott, Dave Gilbert, Simon Lukic at Musically Incorrect (RRR), Wayne Donovan at Infernal Noize Radio, Bernard Doomchild at Seeds of Doom Radio, Phil Howlett and the maniacs from Lucifer's Fall, Alexander Johnston, Phillip Johnston, Cal Gangmark, Kelly Allen, all the punters who've come to see us play, all the fans who've been so patient with us over the years and our lack of activity, the bands we've shared a stage with, the artists and musicians who've inspired us in the dark arts of heavy doom, and last but not least, our loving families and friends for their constant support.
"Doom metal is no laughing matter." - The Overtly Melancholic Lord Strange, The Lamp of Thoth.