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The experimental sound conjurors from Self Spiller will reissue their confounding "Worms In The Keys" full-length on vinyl next month via Varia Records.
Led by Agalloch bassist Jason Walton who hand-picked fourteen people to make their mark on this monster of a record, "Worms In The Keys" was originally released in 2012 on limited edition CD, and will now come in a new version on May 5th, 2015. The track listing is as follows:
1. The Event
2. Folds Of Skin To Lay
3. Like Three Asps
4. Therefore I Worship
5. Rot On Root
6. I Spit In The Stomach Of Zombies
8. Strong But Damaged
The "Worms In The Keys" cast includes:
Jason Walton (Agalloch, Sculptured, Celestiial)
Don Anderson (Agalloch, Sculptured)
Nick Loiacano (Climb To Zalem, El Rey)
Rob Kleiner (Tub Ring, Super 8 Bit Brothers)
Marius Sjoli (Formloff, Hollow Branches, Blekspetl)
Svein Egil Hatlevik (Fleurety, Dodheimsgard, Zweizz)
Robert Osgood (Hollow Branches)
Food Fortunata (Sockeye, Fossil Fuel)
Andy Winter (Winds, Age Of Silence)
Mirai Kawashima (Sigh, Necrophagia)
Dr. Mikannibal (Sigh)
Bernt Karsten Sannerud (Formloff)
Brock Bousfield (Nero's Day At Disneyland, Strip Mall Seizures) More...
Self Spiller's debut album, "Worms In The Keys" is now available on Bandcamp. Self Spiller is the side project of J. William W.'s, who is best known for his work as the bassist for Agalloch. The album was released last year through Vendlus Records. It is currently sold out of physical copies, but it is now available to stream, or download for $7.00 USD via bandcamp.com.
Self Spiller has issued the following update about streaming a new album sample online:
"There will be much more information to come, but here I am, after 5 years of hard work, introspection, and life upheaval, as well as two albums worth of material scrapped introducing Self Spiller; the project I have always tried to assemble, and always failed, the album I have always wanted to write, but never knew how.
"The sample in the player is a rough mix from an as of yet untitled album to be released on Vendlus Records.
"For those of you wondering, the ELS page is gone, replaced with Self Spiller. It is appropriate because for years I thought I was writing an ELS album, when in fact I was creating Self Spiller. Yes, this means no new ELS album now, or anytime soon, maybe never again. Please Welcome Self Spiller"