ROME

limited 7"Vinyl
Feral Agents

Item number: TRI_724_LP

EAN: 4260063947247

Date of release: 30.04.2021

STRICTLY LIMITED COLLECTOR’S VINYL EDITION OF THE SINGLE OFF THE ALBUM ‘PARLEZ-VOUS HATE?’ FEATURING KING DUDE.

  • Black 40g 7" vinyl
  • High quality, super-audiophile disc - German pressing!
  • Sturdy cardboard sleeve
  • New version of the title track featuring KING DUDE
  • Exclusive bonus track „The Spanish Drummer (Eumesville Session)“
  • Strictly limited to 500 copies

Well-respected occult rocker KING DUDE teams up with ROME on this alternate version of ‘Parlez-Vous Hate?’'s ‘Feral Agents’. The American singer-songwriter lends his voice to this alternative take with his scorched-earth baritone to create an industrial neo-folk classic set in a charred landscape.

‘Feral Agents’ is a gravel-voiced meditation on death and love, layered with drone keyboards and samples throughout the track to create an intense and enveloping atmosphere. On this alternative version of this classic track and alongside ROME's relentless mastermind Jerome Reuter appears KING DUDE; the king of Satanic folk, who has been at the forefront of a number of collaborations in recent years, most strikingly with the rising star of dark, hypnotic metal - CHELSEA WOLFE.

The B-side offers a version of ‘The Spanish Drummer’, recorded live at ROME's very own Heliopolis studio (Eumesville, Luxembourg). For the purpose of this recording, the band was comprised of Jerome Reuter (Vocals and guitar), Eric Becker on electric guitar, Tom Gatti on bass and Patrick Kleinbauer on drums.

Category: music


9,99 €

including 19% VAT. , plus shipping

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Shipping time: 14 - 15 workdays

Available from: 30.04.2021 (Pre-order is possible)
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  1. Feral Agents (feat. King Dude)
  2. The Spanish Drummer (Eumesville Session)

Band: ROME
media amount: 1
specific features: limited
color: black
Produkttyp: 7" Vinyl
Label: Trisol

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