(PRWEB) October 26, 2004
The internationally renowned band Mortal Loom who dedicated their new single "Psycho-Passion" to the late Janet Leigh announced today that it is now available exclusively in Apple's iTunes Music Store. The new single is from their hotly anticipated upcoming album "This Vastness Must Be Love."
"The band feels that an iconic performance such as Leigh gave in "Psycho" deserves every tribute it can get," said Benjamin van der Wel, President of Delvian Records, the band's US label. "Mortal Loom has always been inspired by the unusual, the clear perfection of hard work. Janet Leigh deserves all the credit she earned for that role, and her other monumental performances, and Mortal Loom wants to do what it can to celebrate her career as a tribute to her."
The single "Psycho-Passion" is now available exclusively online in Apple's iTunes Music Store ahead of the release of the full album scheduled for early spring 2005. Mortal Loom has garnered a reputation for international excellence, working with many artists including Chris and Cosey of CTI as well as Laura Sullivan, Gary Boggs and Michael Kirkbride. Mortal Loom's sound was developed over 15 years: Comprised of a
guild of international alchemical musicians, dreamers and visionaries, Mortal Loom continues the traditions of successful Euro & US artists like Coil, Psychic TV, Chris & Cosey, Dead Can Dance, SOMA, Vapourspace, Yello, Soft Cell, BT and The Art Of Noise. Mortal Loom's mission continues with their new release "This Vastness Must Be Love."
Directly influencing the future through music is not only a goal but also a reality for Mortal Loom. Mortal Loom's fusion of organics and machines touch on the realms of the universe with their suggestive mind altering psychedelic trance.
About Delvian Records: Delvian Records has proven itself a champion of extreme artistry most recently with two Top 5 Album Debuts by Laura
Sullivan and another Top 40 album for Mortal Loom, "Addicted to the Tragedy." Mortal Loom's first US release debuted in the Top-100 and was initially a major underground success that led to further sizeable sales in all major retailers, including Barnes & Noble, Borders and Tower Records. Working with such diverse acts as RayÂs Music Exchange and
remastering the legendary Sopwith Camel, Delvian is pleased to include The G-Man, Blood Red Velvet, Laura Sullivan, Vivian Khor and Gary Boggs on the
label, all Top 100 charting artists. Delvian was one of the first independent labels invited by Apple to be a part of iTunes.
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