We’re delighted to premiere the visualisation video for “The Clokkemaker”, a stunning symphonic piece from our forthcoming double album “The Clockwork Prologue.” We’re really proud of this song and it really puts a marker down on where we can go with this newly refreshed lineup! So, to that end, any help you could give in sharing the video would be greatly appreciated! We hope you all enjoy the song as much as we do and we’re looking forward to you hearing the song in the context of the full story of the…Read more
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Plucked like a rusty cog from a subterranean cavern, we're releasing this tasty morsel as our "festive" 2018 single as a sneaky peek at our upcoming 2019 album. Perhaps you can recognise some themes and place a wager on what we've got in store! This single version features a separate master from the main album version to well and truly ensure you knock Ol' Saint Nick's socks off! Enjoy! Head over to our bandcamp page now to enjoy in a range of lossless formats!
Our brand new 'Christmas' Single, “Winter’s Mourning”, is OUT NOW! Recorded and mixed in our land-mass-spanning studios, the song was subsequently expertly mastered at Abbey Road Studios, London
The new single, our first release as a six-piece, is penned in the style of a Victorian poem, reflecting of the dark and spectral side of the festive season, and recalls the days when rock giants such as Greg Lake or Jethro Tull would break from tradition to provide something to cater for a different musical…Read more
Gandalf’s Fist have announced the promotion of both live session musicians, Ben Bell and Keri Farish, to full band members and a new Christmas single to celebrate the event.
The Xmas single, “Winter’s Mourning”, was written, recorded and mixed during November, and showcases new members Ben Bell (Patchwork Cacophony, Fusion Orchestra 2) on keyboards and Keri Farish on vocals. Both have been instrumental in Gandalf’s Fist’s explosive live performances headlining HRH Prog V Festival’s second stage and their…Read more
We are delighted to announce a special deluxe re-issue of our 2013 space-rock offering “A Day in the Life of a Universal Wanderer”.
The expanded album has been fully remixed and remastered from the ground up, utilising new performance takes and bringing the release firmly in line with the sonic palette of 2014’s “A Forest of Fey” and 2016’s “The Clockwork Fable”.
The record also features new and re-recorded narrative tracks from British Actor Mark Benton, who had previously worked with the us on last…Read more
Ho, bloody Ho! Winter is upon us once again, so it would be amiss of us not to provide you with some cheap-to-free music to hunt orcs and sip whiskey to!
We knocked this song up in an afternoon as a nice little winter warmer that has a positive message for these (seemingly) dark times we live in!
As usual with our Festive titbits, you can choose to pay what you want - simply choose "£0" for a free Yuletide present from us to you, alternatively you can opt to leave us a little gift of your own (a pint is…Read more
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We are delighted to announce “The Clockwork Fable” a Prog-Rock Mind Movie in three oscillations.
As a follow-up to the acclaimed “A Forest of Fey”, we’ve gone all-out, creating a truly epic triple concept album.
Set in the fictional world of “Cogtopolis”, each CD of the record serves as a different “act” of the story, with Dean and Luke, along with to-be-announced guest vocalists, providing the singing voices of the inhabitants. However things don’t end there; the…
Winter is upon us so we've, once again, cooked up another festive treat for you all!
A far cry from Wham! and Noddy Holder, this track is a bit more foreboding... setting the scene for our our new record with a bit of post apocalyptic fallout.
We knocked this up in an afternoon, so don't expect a 30-minute master-work, but the track itself acts as a prequel to the events on our next LP, so it's a nice little teaser in that respect!
Head over to our bandcamp page to grab the beauty for the…Read more