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Solar Halos’ debut album is being stream at Invisible Oranges. There is also an interview with Nora.
Their debut album is out on Devouter Records on the 20th.
Devouter Records are proud to announce the release of Solar Halos’ stunning debut album on the 20th January. Available on CD, vinyl and digitally.
Solar Halos are Nora Rogers, Eddie Sanchez and John Crouch. The Chapel Hill, North Carolina band features current and former members of Horseback, Caltrop, Fin Fang Foom, and The Curtains of Night.
Pre-order the album: http://devouterrecords.bigcartel.com/
Check out a couple of their tunes on the Hopscotch Music Festival website:
‘Thunderous and Soulful yet equally dark and narcotic Heavy Psych’ Metal Hammer (UK) review of 2012 demos
RELEASE NEWS: On November 18th Devouter Records will release Talbot’s 2nd album ‘Scaled’ in the UK and Germany. CDs are available from the Devouter Records shop. If you want vinyl or digital head over to Talbot’s Bandcamp page: http://talbot.bandcamp.com/album/scaled
More release news coming in the next few weeks.
Devouter Records turned 1 year old last week, marking a year since we released our first album ‘Trephine’ by MAKE. This was followed up by awesome albums by Galvano, Cultura Tres, Brujas del Sol, Early Mammal and Wiht.
This landmark gives the label an opportunity to say thank you to everyone who has supported us or have printed and said nice things about us. But also, to thank the bands that have been involved with the label since we started.
To celebrate we have 25% off everything for a week. Head over to http://devouterrecords.bigcartel.com/ and use the discount code ‘BIRTHDAY’.
You can listen to a bunch of our releases here:
And there is a free sample album here:
Look out for more awesome releases coming up over the next year.
Use the code VINYL20 to get a 20% discount on Cultura Tres, Galvano, Wiht and MAKE vinyl.
Head over to our shop to use the code.
Only available for a week. The code expires on the 12th.
Devouter are pleased to announce the release of Early Mammal’s debut album Horror at Pleasure on the 1st April