Invoke The Bizarre by
Bevar SeaReleased on: 19 Oct 2015
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Indian doom titans Bevar Sea are back with their sophomore album 'Invoke the Bizarre'. It sees the band mature and explore new sonic territories while still remaining rooted in stoner and doom metal.
Ganesh Krishnaswamy - vocals
Srikanth Panaman - guitars
Rahul Chacko - guitars
Avinash Ramchander - bass, backing vocals
Deepak Raghu - drums
Tarun Paul & Mrinal Anand: roadcrew
Nikhil V Pai: live FoH engineer
Album was recorded in November 2014 at Adarsh Recording Studio, Bangalore, India.
Nikhil V Pai - production consultant
Mrinal Anand - recording and editing.
Sukruth Mallesh - additional recording.
Mixed and mastered in April-August 2015 by Matt Lynch at Mysterious Mammal Recording in LA, USA.
Produced by Srikanth & Bevar Sea
All artwork and layouts by Rahul Chacko
All music composed by Srikanth, except Heathen by Rahul. All lyrics written by Ganesh. All arrangements by Bevar Sea.
Bevar Sea would like to thank:
Guru Somayaji and the erstwhile CounterCulture for lending the drum kit and the cymbals, Vivian Rajan for the double bass pedal, Rohit Chaturvedi for the acoustic guitar, Sukruth for the classical guitar and the congas, and most importantly, our friends and listeners all over the world for the immense support. Every merch item bought, every concert ticket purchased, every article, interview or a review written, and every mixtape or podcast made with one of our songs has helped us go on. Special thanks to Domenic at A389 Recordings and Maryland Deathfest.
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Bangalore-based stoner/doom/metal quintet Bevar Sea has been functional for the best part of two years now, having started out in late 2010, and having gathered an unprecedented cult following in the country in such a short span of time. Influenced by heavy blues-rock of...