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Venomous Eve (2021 Remaster)

by Trance To The Sun

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Ghosts Of Reminiscence TTTS always stood out in my catalogue, it had this mystique surrounding it. Going through the notes, the beautiful album graphics and the journey behind the making of each individual track included in the album has sort of displaced this aura of mystery. Along with the refound appreciation I now have for this beautiful sonic artifact, I can now rest easy knowing that the beautiful group of people behind this album now have this excellent restoration immortalised. Favorite track: Far Flung Saturnine.
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Ravenwell This album combines so much that it carves out its own niche of reality. Part prog, goth, metal, ambient, and more. This album is a surrealist painting in sound. Beautiful in the best way possible. Favorite track: Devil's Club.
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rikm Listening to the 2021 remastered edition of "Venomous Eve" by Trance to the Sun I'm reminded of what a wonder it is, what an exceptional album. Trance to the Sun have such a surreal and dreamy sound to their work, and it's an absolute joy to re-discover that sound in such precise focus and detail.

Truly a high point in an impressive catalog, and an excellent introduction for those of you who have yet to discover the wonders that their music offers...
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straumli As good as the original, only better. Excellent remaster. Favorite track: Incunabula.
  • Compact Disc (CD) + Digital Album

    The remastered edition of Venomous Eve arrives in deluxe form with a six panel gatefold digipack case and a sixteen page book. The graphics include the original photographs and handwritten lyrics, as well as sheet music for violin, newly discovered photos from the era, and 6000 words of liner notes written by Ashkelon Sain which detail the making of the first three albums, plus the early history of the band.

    Includes unlimited streaming of Venomous Eve (2021 Remaster) via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
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  • Streaming + Download

    Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
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  • Full Digital Discography

    Get all 14 Trance To The Sun releases available on Bandcamp and save 30%.

    Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality downloads of Venomous Eve (2021 Remaster), "Bloom Flowers, Bloom!" (2020 Remaster), Via Subterranea, Lost Garden Gnome Hotline [4 Song EP], Island 13 - EP, The Urchin Tear Soda Ringtone Collection, All The Covers, The Blue Obscurities, and 6 more. , and , .

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The Nun V V 04:22
Honeysuckle drips on the heads of my guests... as they walk down my velvet tenement hall... come in it wont take too long to fix some gin... see all the starry lights of the city... if you like we can go downtown. What if I lose you there? Never to be seen again... disappeared while I was buying drugs... swallowed up on the subway. Different evil fates await each and every one of my friends.
Incunabula 08:35
Phosphorella 13:32
Devil's Club 10:31


Vocals: Zoë Alexandra Wakefield.
Instruments: Ashkelon Sain.
EMU Morpheus Synthesizer: Lucian S. Donato.
Violins: Anna Schott.
Faithfully remastered in 2021 by Doug Krebs.

The 24bit download includes seven 3000x3000px PDFs featuring the album graphics, including the lyrics, sheet music for violin, plus 6000 words of liner notes written by Ashkelon Sain which detail the making of the first three albums, as well as the early history of the band.

Press Quotes:
"A transfixing, opiate infused soundscape which absolutely drowns the listener in absinthe ecstasy." - Emerald Zine (Kingston, PA)

"Trance To The Sun have exploded the goth paradigm beyond recognition... these nine songs move with knight-like stealth and elegance." - Alternative Press (USA)

"This is a generous disc of drama & dark seductions that travels unlit catacombs which many of goth's practitioners fear to explore." - The Music Advocate (Albany, NY)

"Each of these 9 tracks is equally as excellent as the next." - Nightshift Magazine (USA)

"The voice of Zoë Alexandra Wakefield has gained enormously in forms of expression since the previous album." Sonic Seducer (Germany)

"Zoë Alexandra Wakefield provides the material for which nightmares are made, and dreams explode into a vast sea of reality." - Night Magazine (Atlanta)

"The sounds are swirling, engulfing..." - Ninth Wave (Toronto)


released April 24, 2021

Venomous Eve, the third album by Trance To The Sun, was begun in November of 1994, and completed in August 1995. The recording coincided with the band's first U.S. tour, and much of the material featured live during 1995 & 1996 can be found here.


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- TTTS megafan Dr. Ravenwell
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