A curious bit of prog-rock Lovecraftian history and a new interview, new on the prog-tastic Psychedelic Baby magazine’s website

The legendary underground album ‘Tips zum Selbstmord’ by Lovecraftian prog rockers Necronomicon was originally released in a complex fold-out cover in 1972. The band formed in Aachen and was one of the few progressive groups that dared to perform songs in their native language. [English was then the default language for pop/rock in continental Europe] Lyrics and the band name were taken from the legendary H.P. Lovecraft.

Uninteresting cover artwork, from a Lovecraftian perspective. But possibly the music still has appeal for German Lovecraftians?