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Wednesday, September 5, 2012

THE EDEN HOUSE / Timeflows EP (2012)

The Eden House is one of those revolving door 'supergroup' projects that pop up from time to time. It has three permanent members: former Fields of the Nephilim bassist Tony Pettitt, Andy Jackson (Pink Floyd engineer, and Elizium producer), and Steven Carey (This Burning Effigy). It sounds exactly like you'd imagine it would, with those guys attached. Simon Hinkler (The Mission) lends his guitar, as do Valenteen, Amandine Ferrari, and Meghan Noel-Evans on vocals.
It's cut from a very traditional Gothic template that's ethereal and dreamy, skilfully played and slickly produced but ultimately mostly safe and predictable.

Songs of Note: Neversea; Timeflows (Part 1)

3 old Goths never die, they just get darker dye out of 5

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