Gazpacho’s new studio album ‘Demon’ is OUT NOW

By Kscope on March 18, 2014 in Gazpacho

KSCOPE284-300The Norwegian progressive art rockers describe it as “the most complicated and strange album we’ve ever made” and say it was inspired by the discovery of an old manuscript in the home of keyboardist Thomas Anderson’s father’s friends.

Gazpacho explain: “The manuscript contained various ramblings and diagrams which formed the basis of a diary of sorts. The unknown author claimed to have discovered the source of what he called an evil presence in the world.

“This presence, ‘The Demon,’ was an actual intelligent will, with no mercy and a desire for evil things to happen. The author wrote as if he had lived for thousands of years stalking this presence, and the manuscript included references to outdated branches of mathematics, pagan religions and an eyewitness account of the bubonic plague.

“The thought of this mysterious figure who had lived through the ages hunting the ‘Demon’ seemed like too good an idea not to write about.

“The story is told in four parts, ending with the last words of the unfinished manuscript, written just before the disappearance of the unknown writer.”

I’ve Been Walking Part 1
The Wizard Of Altai Mountains
I’ve Been Walking Part 2
Death Room
The Cage (Bonus Track on Limited Edition Digibook)


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What the media are saying about ‘Demon’:

“an artful progressive fairy tale…”
Classic Rock Magazine Germany

“powerful, mysterious… Gazpacho excel themselves on Demon”
Visions Magazine Germany – Visions

‘This is an album to play in the dark, projecting its strange visions on your mind’s eye”
5/5 One Metal.com


Tour Dates


Gazpacho begin their European tour shortly:

April 2014:
4 PL, Warsaw, Progresja
5 PL, Wroclaw, Sala Koncertowa Polskiego Radia
6 GER, Dresden, Tante Ju
8 GER, Bochum, Zeche
9 GER, Osnabrück, Rosenhof
11 NL, Uden, De Pul
12 NL, Zoetermeer, De Boerderij
14 UK, Leamington Spa, Assembly *
*with support from label mates Se Delan

** Kscope Night also featuring The Pineapple Thief

Tickets available from www.gazpachoworld.com


‘The Wizard of Altai Mountains’ Video

The band have also released a video for ‘The Wizard of Altai Mountains’ on their YouTube channel



Kscope Podcast 49 – A Gazpacho Special

Episode 49 of the Kscope Podcast is now online, featuring music from ‘Demon’, and an exclusive interview with Thomas about the album’s concept

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