New Bohren & Der Club of Gore

2013-11-19 by BroManCaptainGuySirDylan | 19 Comments
German doom jazz band, Bohren & Der Club of Gore have announced their latest full-length album Piano Nights, which is set for release on the 24th of January, 2014.

Few details have been revealed as of yet, with the exception that it will contain over 60 minutes of new material, spanning nine tracks.

Source: https://www.facebook.com/bohrenofficial?hc_location=stream

Tagged: Bohren & Der Club Of Gore

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TheFifthEye
November 19th 2013
122 Comments


Sweet, I need me some more dark jazz.

Wadlez
November 19th 2013
4913 Comments


Raditude!!! I like this news

Relinquished
November 19th 2013
36071 Comments


hoping it will be better than their last 1

Thane
November 19th 2013
2279 Comments


sweet. seeing them on saturday mmmmm

Relinquished
November 19th 2013
36071 Comments


they're awesome live

Hyperion1001
Emeritus
November 19th 2013
19975 Comments


nice

Wadlez
November 19th 2013
4913 Comments


Littlefinger & Der Club of Whores

TheBarber
November 19th 2013
3508 Comments


Cool, sput is actually on time for news for once

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Jruined
November 19th 2013
1302 Comments


mmmmmmmm yesssssssss.

mindleviticus
November 19th 2013
9058 Comments


can't wait


Amphoteric
November 19th 2013
2014 Comments


Sweet

Keyblade
November 19th 2013
24481 Comments


Yesssh

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AdolfChrist
November 19th 2013
11026 Comments


ill definitely check this out. the only albums of theirs that i like are Sunset Mission and Black Earth, but i like those a lot.

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Alucard125
November 20th 2013
577 Comments


Holy crap Im excited. Im seeing them play in Manchester on Friday, gonna be sweet.

Treeman
November 20th 2013
1425 Comments


fuck yea

Azazzel
November 24th 2013
140 Comments


@Adolf
Have you given any of there other albums a chance? I'm guilty myself of only checking out a bands albums >4 rating on sputnik but the other albums I found worth checking out. Midnight Radio and Gore Motel are more subdued without as much saxophone but still quite excellent and Beileid even features a Mike Patton guest vocal appearance!

Azazzel
November 24th 2013
140 Comments


BTW have any of their LPs been released on vinyl? I'd love to own some.

AdolfChrist
November 24th 2013
11026 Comments


@azazzel admittedly i havent given the others a fair chance, its just that i love the noir jazz sound and when i listened to their other stuff it just made me want to listen to SM and BE instead.

Alucard125
November 25th 2013
577 Comments


@Azazzel Yeah Gore Motel got a limited 300 run, Sunset Mission was cancelled (after 20 test pressings were made), Black Earth got 1000 or so made (I think) - sold out, and Dolores got a few hundred (one of which I own).

tldr; yeah they have vinyl, but it's rare and expensive.



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