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Wizzarding Promotions & The Cube Microplex Presents

An Evening With... Church of the Cosmic Skull

In celebration of their wondrous third album, 'Everybody's Going To Die'

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Wed 19 February 2020 // 20:00

Tickets: £10 advance, £15 on the door

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Church of the Cosmic Skull are not only one of the most exciting rock bands in the world today, but also an ever-growing spiritual organization, spreading the light of the Cosmic Rainbow across this planet and beyond.

The Church release their third studio album, ‘Everybody's Going To Die’, in November 2019 on limited edition heavyweight vinyl, CD edition cassette via their own label Septaphonic Records.

The Nottingham based ‘spiritual organisation’ continue to astonish listeners and festival audiences across Europe with their unique blend of prog, psych, rock, and 'Occult Pop'.

Since their 2016 debut, 'Is Satan Real?', electric viola, piano and Rhodes have been introduced alongside the Hammond organ and six-part vocal harmonies, resulting in a sound that truly ‘puts the ABBA in Sabbath’.

The decision to remain independent is a reflection of both the changing landscape of the music industry, and the Church’s wholeheartedly DIY approach, having turned down major label offers in favour of starting Septaphonic Records and their own live events company, Cyclopean Productions. Quoting one of the ‘7 Objects’, Church founder Brother Bill Fisher describes this as a chance to ‘Celebrate and uphold the freedom of art, science and thought.’

2020 will see the Church tour the UK and further afield, continue their ‘Tele-Vision’ output with mind-blowing new music videos, and invite all living beings to join the Cosmic Family on the 'Psychic Ascension to Humanity' via their internet web-portal: cosmicskull.org

"Enjoying this new band’s take on prog
– Jonathan Ross

If you can catch this band live, you'd be mad not to
- LeftLion

Fans of Queen and Queens of the Stone Age will nod sagely
★★★★
– Mojo Magazine

"A true modern day prog rock classic that should be exalted from the highest altar
9/10
– Powerplay Magazine

The interplay between the musicians is exceptional
- Midlands Rocks

A purely auditory LSD hypnosis, as if everything had suddenly been teleported to the 70s"
- Wav Magazine Spain