Peaceville to release My Dying Bride’s ‘Evinta (MMXX)’ 30th anniversary edition album
Rightly hailed as one of the most instrumental and influential forces in doom metal since their inception in 1990, UK legends My Dying Bride have forged an illustrious career through a flawless discography of immaculately crafted, haunting art.
Now marking the30th year of My Dying Bride with this special vinyl release, Evinta was originally launched in 2011, containing re-worked melodies and themes from the band’s extensive back catalogue moulded into epic, flowing symphonic compositions, incorporating specially recorded vocals and passages from band singer Aaron Stainthorpe, and also French Opera singer Lucie Roche.
The arrangements were created in collaboration with keyboard maestro Johnny Maudling (of Bal Sagoth fame) and a collective of gifted classical musicians, resulting in a sprawling epic of solemn atmospherics and poignant dirges interpreted and reimagined from the original material.
This edition of Evinta (MMXX) is presented on the vinyl format for the very first time and includes gatefold sleeve with updated cover art and layout courtesy of Aaron Stainthorpe himself. Evinta appears on double limited red/black vinyl, with Aaron selecting his choice cuts from the extended, three-disc version for this release. Also includes an additional, previously unreleased orchestral version of the classic ‘The Cry Of Mankind’, unused from the original sessions, with vocals courtesy of Aaron, and newly tidied/mixed for this release.
Evinta (MMXX) will be released on 4 December 2020 and is available to pre-order HERE
LP 1 A.1. And Then You Go [09:19] A.2. Vanite Triomphante[12:19] B.1. The Burning Coast Of Regnum Italicum [11:48] B.2. In Your Dark Pavilion [10:00]
LP 2 C.1. The Music Of Flesh [07:02] C.2. You Are Not The One Who Loves Me [06:45] C.3. She Heard My Body Dying [08:29] D.1. The Cry Of Mankind (alternate) [07:38] D.2. The Distance, Busy With Shadows [10:44] D.3. Seven Times She Wept [04:04]
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