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Bull of Heaven is an American arde group. The band consists of Clayton Counts and Neil Keener, with help from various contributors. Both key members behind Bull of Heaven started with a variety of earlier projects.
This album was released on the label Bull Of Heaven (catalog number 109). This album was released in 2009-10-03 year. Download mp3. Length of track. 1.
Return to Forever is the eighteenth studio album by German rock band Scorpions. It was released in Europe on 20 February 2015. The album marks the final release of the band with longtime drummer James Kottak, who was replaced in 2016 by former Motörhead drummer Mikkey Dee. In late 2011, the band started throwing ideas for further side projects. They had in mind two ideas.
Bull of Heaven is an online repository of experimental audio works. Some of the pieces here are in a nonstandard format, and will not function properly within archive. A musical piece by the band Bull of Heaven.
Helpfully, Bull of Heaven often release excerpts of their longest pieces, so if you’re too lazy and/or mortal to make it through the full-length, you can at least get a taste. The guys behind all this cosmically creeping doom are not some academic aesthetes who teach aleatoric composition at NYU or some shit. For a while, it seemed like Bull of Heaven might have died with Counts. But just a couple months ago, Keener released a new BoH album called Fight Night for the Ghosts of Heaven, so it appears he plans to keep the project going as a solo venture, perhaps in tribute to his late bandmate. Fight Night is, by Bull of Heaven standards, a downright conventional affair, clocking in at a mere, relatively non-repetitive 36 minutes, broken into what sound like discrete, song-length chunks.