Originally released in a hand-numbered edition of 75 on the french label Ruralfaune (spray-painted CDr, card insert and wallpaper 'cover' in an out-sized plastic wallet tied with string) and recorded at home in May 2006, "The Three Faces Of Moongod" is a record full of dark and bleak moods. The opening and closing track might be very close to some subtle and slo-motion landscapes drawn by Andrew Chalk ("Eclipse", "Sleep") and the central 26-minute "Invocation" seems to evoke the percussive spirit of Z'ev or the ancestral bagpipes of Master Musicians Of Joujouka. "It is meant as an ideal soundtrack to a nighttime panistic ritual" and it surely is a unique departure from every other Valerio's work. Comes fully remastered from the original masters.
released June 8, 2016
All songs and instruments recorded by Valerio Cosi in his home studio, May 2006.