Night of the Demon was filmed when the band embarked upon the Demon album tour in spring 2014. The band were aware that many countries were missing out on the tour and many fans across the world would be unable to attend so they brought in Dutch filmmaker Jon Vis to film their show in April at Boerderij in Zoetmeer in Holland and is due for release on April 27 (May 15 in Germany)

Night of the Demon captures the band as they are on stage and showcases band’s raw and honest performance that will appeal to anyone with a taste for inventive and different music.

The show saw Gazpacho playing songs from across their catalogue including tracks from Tick Tock, Night, Missa Atropos, Firebird, March of Ghosts and the majority of the songs from their recent 2014 album Demon.

The audio CD features 9 tracks coming in at an impressive 80 minutes whilst the DVD features the full performance of 14 tracks and will be packaged as a 2 disc CD/DVD digipack.

The release of Night of the Demon comes ahead of Kscope releasing the bands early albums on vinyl across 2015 and a brand new studio album due later in the year.

Press for ‘Demon’:

“Mind-blowing, magical and extraordinary…this is a modern prog classic!”
DOM LAWSON (The Guardian / Metal Hammer)

“Powerful, mysterious… Gazpacho excel themselves on Demon”  VISIONS, Germany

The Wizard of Altai Mountains (from Night of the Demon)


Night of the Demon (trailer)

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“Forget 2014; there hasn’t been an album in the past five years that has challenged traditional popular music structure the way Gazpacho’s Demon has.” ALBUM OF THE YEAR
Pop Dose

“Mind-blowing, magical and extraordinary…this is a modern prog classic!
The Guardian / Metal Hammer

“Powerful, mysterious… Gazpacho excel themselves on Demon”
VISIONS, Germany

“It could be Gazpacho’s defining work…it certainly cements their place as one of the world’s greatest cult prog bands.” – read full review

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