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Артист: Inkubus Sukkubus Название: Queen Of Heaven, Queen Of Hell Жанр: Gothic Rock Год выхода: 2013 Label: Resurrection Records / ABCD888 Source: Lossless О музыке:
Inkubus Sukkubus are a British goth and pagan band formed in 1989 by Candia Ridley, Tony McKormack, and Adam
Inkubus Sukkubus are a British goth and pagan band who have been releasing albums and touring since their formation as Incubus Succubus in 1989.
Before forming Incubus Succubus, Tony McKormack (guitar) was in the horror punk band Screaming Dead from 1980 to 1985. McKormack, Candia Ridley
(vocals) and Adam Henderson (bass) then formed a band called Belas Knapp, which they shortly changed to Incubus Succubus. From the outset the band had
a very strong neo-pagan orientation. The first single, "Beltaine", and a matching EP, were recorded in 1989, as was the original version of the first
album, "Belladonna And Aconite". The line-up listed on the sleeve of the 7" Beltaine single is: Candia - Vocals, Tony McKormack - Guitars/Vocals, Adam
Henderson - Bass, Jamie Gardner - Keyboards, Bob Gardener - Drums. However when the first pressing of the EP came back warped, several members left
Tony and Candia continued alone as a studio project, Children Of The Moon, until 1993. The material recorded during this time (including early
versions of tracks that would become Inkubus Sukkubus classics) was eventually released as the album "Beltaine".
In late 1993 Inkubus Sukkubus re-formed with Bob Gardner on drums and Graeme Fletcher on Bass guitar, signed to Pagan Media, released the
full-length version of "Belladona and Aconite", and in 1994 recorded and released "Wytches". Wytches subsequently became known as "the legendary
second album", as it both contains what many fans regard as some of the band's finest work, and (due to issues with Pagan Media), rapidly became
almost impossible to obtain. Even rarer is a flexi-disc that was given away free on the cover of Aisling, a Druid magazine edited (and largely
written) by Steve Wilson, for issue 8, which was to be the last edition. Only 200 were pressed, and soon flexi-discs were to disappear as magazine
give-aways, replaced by cover CDs.
In 1995 they changed their name to Inkubus Sukkubus, citing numerological reasons, and changed their line-up significantly, adopting the use of a
drum machine with some additional support by a bodhran instead of a dedicated human drummer, with Adam Henderson moving back to bass.
The group surfaced into the mainstream several times (with the song Beltaine receiving Radio 1 airtime and with several TV appearances under their
belt, mainly in the mid-nineties). This is despite their lyrical themes and beliefs: Inkubus Sukkubus are a neopagan band, known for songs about
demons, vampires, faeries and other occult and supernatural themes. Their songs are largely inspired by their interest in and practice of witchcraft
and paganism, which has gained them a certain notoriety and underground status as being the "voice of modern-day paganism".
They were due to play a gig in Mexico City on Beltane (May 1) 2009. When it was cancelled due to the outbreak of Swine Flu, the band received national
media exposure, particularly through The Sun newspaper.
In 2010 their song Vampyre Erotica was featured in the soundtrack to the British cult comedy vampire film The Vampires of Bloody Island starring
comedian Allin Kempthorne. The film also features five other songs by Tony McKormack's earlier band Vampire Division, including the film's
title track "Place of the Dead".
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01. Lilith, Kali, Nemesis, Morrigan (03:26)
02. Forest Hill (03:42)
03. At the End of the World (04:22)
04. One in a Million (04:22)
05. The White Stag (04:41)
06. Corn King (Wicca Man Remix) (04:28)
07. The Dark Prince (04:30)
08. Broken Doll (Song of Papusza) (03:37)
09. Goddess of Samhain (04:00)
10. Lilith Unbound (04:22)
11. Winter Rain (04:51)
12. The Dark Side of Love (04:18)
13. The Last Boy on Earth (05:04)
14. Heart of Lilith (Daemon Romantica Remix) (3:48)
15. Queen of Heaven, Queen of Hell (06:11)
16. Take My Hunger (Sukkubus Intoxica Remix) (05:48)