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Manes: Teeth, Toes and Other Trinkets

Two songs from the upcoming MANES compilation, “Teeth, Toes And Other Trinkets”, are now available for streaming.

First of all, a not-yet-mastered version of “Blanket of Ashes” is available on YouTube at the following location: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T-dtUTjwHgI

Second, “One more room” is streaming through the label’s SoundCloud at the following location: https://soundcloud.com/debemurmorti/manes-one-more-room

More information about “Teeth, Toes And Other Trinkets”:

The Norwegian multi-facial entity gathered a precious collection of 11 unreleased, obscure, alternate versions and hard-to-find tracks found in their archives and dating back to the time around the legendary albums “Vilosophe” (2003) and “How The World Came To An End” (2007).

This anthology will contain the following tracks:

1. Blanket of Ashes
[From the upcoming album “Be all end all”]
2. Ende (live)
[Recorded live 2004]
3. Ease yourself back (into conciousness)
[Previously unreleased]
4. The cure-all (remix)
[Rune Sørgård remix]
5. One more room
[‘white devil black shroud’ preprod, alternate title/lyrics]
6. Nobody wants the truth
[Alternate preprod version]
7. Tzolv
[Hard-to-find track]
8. Transmigrant
[Alternate preprod version]
9. Nodamnbrakes
[Alternate preprod version]
10. Diving with your hands bound [nearly flying]
[Alternate 2002 rehearsal jam]
11. Deeprooted (8-bit)
[Nintendo Gamboy Flegmatical version]

The visual Art was imagined and realized by the talented French Artist Dehn Sora (ULVER, BLUT AUS NORD, NEUROSIS) and can be seen in bigger size here.

This somptuous anthology will be officially unleashed on CD, vinyl and digital format this coming January 17th 2014. Both CD and vinyl edition will be available directly through the label a bit earlier, around mid-December 2013.

A few words from the band about this special release : “Before we truly come back to life with MANES, we figured we’d dig up some dead stuff for everyone to enjoy. This is a collection of odds and ends that on the surface might seem to appeal mostly to the most die-hard completist, but listening to it ourselves we find it works surprisingly well on its own. It is at times very lo-fi and not at all polished, but swamped in atmosphere and nostalgia, at least for us.”

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Press release provided by Debemur Morti Productions.