Thy Catafalque shares new album details, launches first single

Avant-Garde entity Thy Catafalque will be releasing its tenth masterpiece, ‘Vadak,’ on June 25! The album art and track list can be found below. In conjunction with the forthcoming release, Thy Catafalque is now sharing its mind-bending first single, “Piros-sárga!” Listen at THIS LOCATION [embedded below].

“Piros-sárga” can be pre-saved on all digital platforms HERE.

Mastermind/multi-instrumentalist Tamás Kátai comments on the new album and track: “‘Vadak’ is the tenth album of Thy Catafalque. The state of the world affects all of us, in my case I think it means more escapism. We, like all living creatures are like forest animals chased by death through time and many of these songs are about fleeing, hiding and running either to the past or to the unknown. The record is very colourful, with more guest musicians than ever but also pretty dark and heavy other times. The first song however is a light, nostalgic one about old summers, lost gardens and the colours of the sun, with Armenian duduk, tabla, dumbek, riq and brass.

Pre-orders are now live HERE

Track-list:
1. Szarvas (5:39)
2. Köszöntsd a hajnalt (4:27)
3. Gömböc (5:06)
4. Az energiamegmaradás törvénye (6:51)
5. Móló (10:05)
6. A kupolaváros titka (3:19)
7. Kiscsikó (Irénke dala) (3:46)
8. Piros-sárga (5:06)
9. Vadak (Az átváltozás rítusai) (12:25)
10. Zúzmara (5:34)
Total: 1:02:18

Line-up
Tamás Kátai – guitars, bass, synths, programs and vocals

Guest musicians
Martina Veronika Horváth | vocals on track 1, 2, 9 and 10
Breno Machado | lead guitar on track 1, 2, 5 and 9
Gábor Dudás | vocals on track 1
Andrei Oltean “Solomonar” | redpipes on track 2
Gábor Veres | vocals on track 5
Julia Pfiffner | female voice on track 6
Patricio Böttcher | saxophone on track 6
Carolina Díez | acoustic guitar on track 7
Artem Koryapin | alto and tenor saxophone, trombone and trumpet on track 7
András Vörös | vocals on track 8
Dadan Bogdanović | saxophone, trombone and trumpet on track 8
Sean Pádraig | Armenian duduk on track 8
Loay Makhoul | tabla, dumbek and riq on track 8
Péter Jelasity | saxophone on track 9
Chris Lyons | violin on track 9
Artem Litovchenko | cello on track 10

Recorded in: Budapest, Hungary | Edinburgh, Scotland | Újvidék / Novi Sad, Serbia | Kolozsvár / Cluj-Napoca, Romania | Kharkov, Ukraine | Tuapse, Russia | Alicante, Spain | Quarten, Switzerland | Haifa, Israel | Austin, Texas, U.S.A. | São Paulo, Brazil and Buenos Aires, Argentina in 2020 / 2021.

Mixed by: Tamás Kátai in Budapest, Hungary, January 2021.
Mastered by: Colin Davis at Imperial Mastering, Texas, U.S.A., February 2021.
All music and lyrics written by Tamás Kátai except track 6 music by János Juhász and Tamás Kátai. Sound samples on track 5 and track 8 taken from Orosz nyelv általános iskola 5. osztály by Lajos Szilvási, 1987. Speech on track 4 made using iSpeech.org.

Press release courtesy of Season of Mist

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