Bark Psychosis to reissue Hex

Remastered, it's due on September 15 on Fire Records

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Bark Psychosis‘ debut album Hex is due for reissue on September 15 through Fire Records.

Newly remastered from the original analog tapes at Metropolis Studios by band co-founder Graham Sutton alongside audio mastering engineer Stuart Hawkes, Hex will be available on double vinyl, CD and Hi-res FLAC.

Recorded at The Church of St John The Evangelist in Stratford, Hex was originally released in 1994.


Tracklisting is:
The Loom
A Street Scene
Absent Friend
Big Shot
Finger Spit
Eyes And Smiles

You can pre-order by clicking here or here.

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