This is a strange dark journey, elemental and mystic in nature.
Borderline songs of; folk, doom, sludge, black metal (without the metal), it's not so easy to describe. All three of the band's full-length releases and run of live shows have held it's core of three members with a rotating line-up of guests including a choir of children on what is easily our creepiest track "Rafka Spirit Rise", a 20-minute sludgy dirge that speaks of things such as murder and greasy swine dancing underneath the moon, insanity.
It only makes sense considering the spontaneous and chaotic nature of the band to end it with a proper release of the first album. Completely re-mixed and re-mastered, a much bolder experience than the ultra-limited CDR that was originally a true mess of conflictingopinions that rubbed off on the sound.
The seemingly pretentious album title is derived from an auditory perception of the final track before it was named. The track actually has no words, just syllables and pronunciations.
Mystery Pill is/was: Christopher Crash: guitars/vox/electronics (a solo acoustic artist and expert DAW operator when I met him), Tony Wyioming: drums/percussion (best known as the former drummer of Minsk), and myself RIP Wynn on guitars/electronics, mostly bass guitar and sound-design (Infirmary, Enemata Prods).
Hopefully the three albums that we produced will make it to vinyl and real glass-mastered CD in the future.