Abduction Records announces first ever reissue of Dawn of the Devi a.k.a. THAT Sun City Girls record

Abduction Records announces first ever reissue of Dawn of the Devi a.k.a. THAT Sun City Girls record

“Ha, good luck finding this one in physical form almost 30 years after its original, limited vinyl release.”
- your mean uncle

Oh wait, here’s Abduction Records, the label run by Sun City Girls’ Alan Bishop, doing us an unsurprising solid and announcing the first ever reissue of Dawn of the Devi, the 1991 follow-up album to Sun City Girls’ frequently-referenced Torch of the Mystics.

Abduction has largely existed for the sake of re-releasing SSGs’ very extensive back catalog, and now we have an excuse to harness our weird side even more than the releases of Torch and 330,003 Crossdressers have thus far allowed.

Supposedly Dawn of the Devi is a bit more on par with Valentines from Matahari with respect to its abrasiveness and meandering in the instrumental wilderness. It’s rare, and Wolf Eyes’ John Olson gives it two thumbs up…anywhere that’s pleasurable!

The LP reissue of Dawn of the Devi is set for release October 11 in an edition of 1000. Bishop’s Sublime Frequencies collaborator, Mark Gergis, remastered the release. Pre-order it herehere in case a digital version happens.


Dawn of the Devi tracklist:

A1. The Kissy Sting
A2. The Court Magicians Of Agartha
A3. My Dinner With Rangda
B1. Cad Walleder
B2. A Target Silhouette Punished Blameless

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