MAINLINER 'Dual Myths' Silver & Black Vinyl 2xLP & CD Bundle
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title: ‘Dual Myths'
formats: Silver & Black Vinyl 2xLP & CD Version
barcode LP # 5051142007971
barcode CD # 5051142007988
Vinyl 2xLP is housed in a gloss varnished 6mm spined gatefold sleeve with black polylined inners bags. This vinyl version is a one off pressing with sides A&B pressed on silver vinyl and sides C&D pressed on black vinyl to match the sleeve artwork
CD is a limited one off pressing housed in a gloss varnished shrink-wrapped gatefold vinyl style card sleeve
CD & 2xLP Tracklisting
1. Blasphemy Hunter (20:30)
2. Hibernator's Dream (18:37)
3. Silver Guck (19:27)
4. Dunamist Zero (20:08)
"This new album is the second chapter of this present Mainliner. finally we could open to the next stage to break old customs since 1995" (Makoto Kawabata 2020)
The follow up to 2013's 'Revelation Space' has been rumoured for many years. I've even heard tales of several recordings being finished and scrapped over the last five years. That's how hard it is to run a band when members are based on different continents and in other very busy bands themselves.
But it's finally done. And it's being pressed as I type.
The killer trio from the original reformation is all intact, we have Kawabata Makoto (motorpsycho guitar), Koji Shimura (drums) and Kawabe Taigen (bass/vocals) and we're back to calling them just Mainliner once again.
Q. What does 'Dual Myths' sound like ?
A. Mainliner, it's nasty!