'Beyond The Pale' is the second album from Swedish Wheel In The Sky. A theme album about darkness and death. An album with a twilight touch and an essence of psychedelic rock and a close to death sensation. The album contains an overflow of melody and a dark gothic energy. Tracks as 'Burn Babylon Burn' and 'The Only Dead Girl in the City' holds both epic elements as catchy pop hooks. There is a feel-good vibe and large atmosphere over the track 'Undead Love' at the same time as the very spaced out song 'Far Side of Your Mind' shows the dynamic of the Swedish group. Wheel In The Sky is obsessed with various mystical and religious imagery, obscured politics and they harbor a morbid fascination for immolations and blood sacrifice, trying hard to incorporate it all into a tasteful setting. There is a peaceful sense of death over the album that will be released the 31st of August 2018 on The Sign Records. Wheel In The Sky includes David Berlin from the hyped Swedish 90´s psych alternative rock band Mother Superior. 'Beyond the Pale' follows the band's debut album 'Heading for the Night' that was the first release from The Sign Records. 'Beyond The Pale' was recorded during a period of 4 months. Wheel In The Sky was on an impossible quest to combine polar rock opposites. AOR walk hand in hand with Garage Rock, Mike Oldfield caught in a love triangle with Patti Smith and Stevie Nicks, Joy Division and Sniff'n the Tears stumbling home together in the dead of night. The band is based in Uppsala Sweden, a city that has provided sincere rock acts as In Solitude, Watain and Misery Loves Co in the past. Wheel In The Sky is the next chapter, zeroing in on death as a case study.
Rivers Of Dust
Beyond The Pale
Far Side Of Your Mind
Burn Babylon, Burn!
The Only Dead Girl In The City
The Weight Of The Night
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