Album cover for Hibernaculum.
|Extended play by Earth|
|Released||March 20 2007|
|Recorded||2006 at Aleph Studios in Seattle, Washington, USA|
| Hex: Or Printing In The Infernal Method |
| Hibernaculum |
| The Bees Made Honey In The Lion's Skull |
Hibernaculum is an EP by Washington drone/doom band Earth.
Earth recorded Hibernaculum in early 2006 to bridge the timeframe between albums. All of the songs, except for "A Plague of Angels", are older Earth songs that were re-recorded in the country-influenced style of Hex. "Ouroboros is Broken" originally came from Extra-Capsular Extraction, "Coda Maestoso in F (Flat) Minor" originally came from Pentastar: In The Style Of Demons and "Miami Morning Coming Down" was originally recorded on the Scatter compilation under the title "Dissolution II: Miami Morning Coming Down (You Fuck)". "A Plague of Angels" originally appeared on a split with Sunn O))) entitled Angel Coma. "A Plague of Angels" was recorded in December 2005.
The album includes a DVD with a documentary by Seldon Hunt, called "Within the Drone". The documentary was shot during the band's tour with Sunn O))).
The EP title culls from a zoology term for a place of abode in which a creature seeks refuge, such as a bear using a cave to overwinter. Both "Coda Maestoso in F (Flat) Minor" and a "A Plague of Angels" appear in the documentary, "The Wild and Wonderful Whites of West Virginia".
CD Side / VinylEdit
- 1. Ouroboros is Broken - 8:17
- 2. Coda Maestoso in F (Flat) Minor - 6:52
- 3. Miami Morning Coming Down - 5:15
- 4. A Plague of Angels - 16:21
- Within The Drone - 52:27
- Dylan Carlson – Guitar
- Adrienne Davies – Drums, Percussion
- Don McGreevy – Bass, Upright Bass
- Greg Anderson – Korg MS-20 Bass Synthesizer
- Steve Moore – Trombone, Hammond B-3 Organ, Mellotron, Wurlitzer Electric Piano
- Randall Dunn – Low Drone, Producer, Recording, Mixing
- Stephen O'Malley - Art Direction, Design
- Seldon Hunt - Art Direction, Photography, Typography, Director of "Within The Drone"
- Jason Evans - Photography (Carlson Portraiture)
- Mell Dettmer - Mastering