Clandestine, the third album by Abominations of Yondo follows swiftly after the release of its precursor, That Remote and Awful Twilight, but reveals very different aspects of this duo’s explorations of mysterious realms.
From the vibrant opening of ‘A Million Mouths at Dawn’, through the growing danger of ‘The Airborne Plague’ to the comforting sojourn ‘At Home with Drax Plunkett’, the album unfolds an ever-changing set of moods to fuel the listener’s imagination.
Available on CD and as a free download
CD-R, 47 minutes.
£10 (p&p £2 max.)
“Great new release” – Nightscaping, Stillstream Radio
“Recommended” – James Lowery
“Well worth seeking out” – Brumcast
“Children of the Stones meets Hellblazer meets Vangelis’ scifi” – Wizards Tell Lies
- A Million Mouths at Dawn
- Hlo-Hlo Goes Hunting
- Deep Thoughts
- Bases and Borders
- Dead Cable Communications
- The Airborne Plague
- Murdered City
- At Home with Drax Plunkett
Artwork (for the CD edition only)
The cover photographs for the CD depict Castle Dunsany, the ancestral home of one of the literary inspirations for this collection, fantasy writer Lord Dunsany, otherwise known as Edward John Moreton Drax Plunkett.