2. Railcar To Tasmania (4:56)
3. Lost Garden Gnome Hotline (6:59)
4. Eons & Ions (7:25)
5. Mammoth Capsule (7:08)
6. Loch Ness Square (6:19)
7. Aviatrix (The Sudden Birds) (9:02)
8. Where Smoke Blows Across (10:04)
9. Purple Mushroom House (7:42)
10. Sleep Divination (7:49)
“There is really only one band that so skillfully combined
psychedelia, ethereal, dance, metal, ambience, punk, prog,
goth, darkwave and electronica.
“That band is of course Trance To The Sun.” – Paul Angelosanto (2007)
And now they’ve done it again!
Ethereal, engaging, atmospheric and evocative, Trance To The Sun’s latest offering has been met with a very enthusiastic reception from fans and critics alike.
Trance To The Sun is a Psychedelic Darkwave trio that was launched in 1990 and created a series of critically acclaimed albums for the California based Tess Records label. The group toured extensively across the United States and Canada, and appeared on numerous artist compilations during the 1990’s before disbanding in 2001.
In 2013, an effort to crowd fund the creation of a new album succeeded within 48 hours. This paved the way for multi instrumentalist Ashkelon Sain to reunite with vocalist Ingrid Luna Blue to write and record a stunning new magnum opus. A cross-state effort three years in the making, with the addition of new drummer Daniel Henderson, the result at long last is the title “Via Subterranea”.