The Red Masque's album Mythalogue is now available for purchase direct from the band on their website via Paypal. The album costs $14 for the regular edition plus$6 shipping (USA only). For non USA fans, or for those looking to get the limited art edition of the album, please contact Beta-lactam Ring Records.
MYTHALOGUE Release Date: May 1 2013 (Beta-lactam Ring Records) Available format: Limited Art Edition CD (edition of 50) as well as custom book-bound gatefold CD with fold-out poster.
Philadelphia's avant / progressive / psychedelic band The Red Masque's new album Mythalogue Is Now Available in both a regular edition and a limited art edition. CDs are available on label Beta-lactam Ring Records website now. You may also stream whole songs off the album via the preceeding link. CDs are also available through TRM's Website direct from the band, and also worldwide through various distributors both digital and brick and mortar.
The Red Masque T-Shirts Now Available Buy Red Masque T-shirts in a wide vareity of colors, sizes and styles (including women's styles, children and infant styles, organic, hoodies, long sleeve tees, short sleeve tees, v-neck, crew neck, and baseball tees. Tees are printed by print-on-demand company Redbubble.com and there are currently three Red Masque designs to choose from. http://www.theredmasque.com/merchandise.html
New Red Masque Audio Interview Available for FREE Download If you missed it when it originally aired, you can listen to a radio interview with TRM's Brandon Lord Ross and Lynnette Shelley discussing the new album. The interview aired May 6, 2013 on the Prog Rock Diner with DJ Debbie Sears. Click this link to download and listen to the interview: http://progrockdiner.com/PRDinerMay062013TRMinterviewonly.mp3
Press Release from BlRR: The Red Masque's Mythalogue With the first studio outing in five years from Philly's native avant prog wunderkind, The Red Masque let loose a clarion call of avant prog gravitas to all comers here. Scions to a subterranean continuum of stormy entanglements, the tendrils that entwine on these tenebrous tunes snake out from some very auspicious pods. On Mythalogue, they take a page from Red-era King Crimson and another from those that rode the more riff-centric faultlines of the 90's avant prog revival (Present, Happy Family, Thinking Plague, Sleepytime Gorilla Museum) and fire the shredded results out of confetti cannons. Riffs crunch out fevered labyrinths, time signatures create airborne origami and vocalist Lynnette Shelley's supple, full-throated attack seals it with a kiss. This crew have been hoisted on the shoulders of some of Rock In Oppostion's most formidable figures, from their previous studio affair gaining release on Chris Cutler's ReR USA imprint to Mythalogue being mixed by 5uu's/Science Group member and avant prog magi Bob Drake. Little wonder, as the interzone of turbulent energies and high wire conniptions on hand here make plain The Red Masque's heir apparent status to this trajectory.