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- Berdreyminn
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- Apollo
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- The Assassination Of Julius Caesar
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- Mareridt
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FLOWERS FOR BODYSNATCHERS - New Album Out Soon, Track Available For Streaming

Australian dark ambient act Flowers For Bodysnatchers is returning with a new album! Entitled Asylum Beyond is set to be released on 28th November via Cryo Chamber. Asylum Beyond is the third full-length for Flowers For Bodysnatchers, it was completely produced, mastered and artwork done by mastermind behind the act, Duncan Ritchie.
The album's horror story is as described: "On the evening of August 12th, 1968 in Fairhaven, Massachusetts antique store owner Ernest Semenov brutally murdered his wife and two daughters in what police investigators described as bizarre ritualistic killings. Their dismembered bodies had been rearranged to form what appeared to be crudely oblique symbols formed into a circle and connected by blood that he had drawn from his own slit wrists. Ernest Semenov was found slumped upright in the centre of his macabre creation by neighbours who claimed he was mumbling in a language they could not understand. The subsequent investigation revealed an astounding amount of occult literature and objects at the Semenov residence. Belonging not just to Ernest Semenov but apparently to his wife Silvia Semenov also. Alarmingly police discovered various animal bones arranged in the same oblique manner attached to the underside of his daughters bed frames. Declared criminally insane by the state Ernest Semenov was imprisoned in Ravenfield Asylum for treatment and rehabilitation and, placed under the care of one Dr Richard Lankin. Subsequently on the night of July 1st, 1971 Ravenfield Asylum was consumed by fire. Police discovered the horrifically burnt bodies of 68 of the 70 patients and staff savagely murdered and dismembered in a manner not dissimilar to the 1968 Semenov murders. The bodies of Dr Richard Lankin and Ernest Semenov were not believed to be among the charred remains."
The opening track of the album, "Red Ballerina (Oksana's Theme)", is available for streaming and you can hear it in the player below. Asylum Beyond is available for pre-orders at this location. Link