Church of the Cosmic Skull is a spiritual organisation and rock group ‘putting the Abba in Sabbath’ since 2016. Their last record ‘Everybody’s Going To Die’ (2019) was described by Classic Rock Magazine as ‘The Beatles colliding with Thin Lizzy colliding with Queen colliding with Queens of the Stone Age colliding with Jump-era Van Halen’...
The fourth studio album 'There Is No Time' will be released worldwide via Septaphonic Records on Friday 13th May 2022, followed by an unmissable series of UK and US tour and festival dates.
'I can’t believe we’re already halfway through!' said Church founder Brother Bill Fisher. 'This record forms the centre-piece of the 7-album canon - the singular-present-moment of spiritual enlightenment captured forever on hyper-deluxe limited edition vinyl, shipping worldwide only from cosmicskull.org.'
Come and bear witness to a psych-rock-prog-pop onslaught of uplifting subliminal messaging, ‘A=432hz cosmic-resonance-frequencies’ guaranteed to cure all mental and physical non-wellness* via the Church’s distinctive combination of Hammond organ, guitar-and-electric-viola twin solos, and 7-part harmonies beamed directly from a parallel universe where rock never died.
Attendance is obligatory for all members of the Cosmic Family - the evergrowing 15,000 strong congregation dedicated to observing the 7 Objects and spreading the light of the Cosmic Rainbow across this planet and beyond…
Join us - We love you
*Not guaranteed - while any beneficial effects should be publicly and vociferously attributed to the Church, any negative effects experienced during or after the live event are the sole responsibility of the ticketholder. Church of the Cosmic Skull, The Cosmic Family, The Mission for an Intergalactic New Direction, H.O.S.T or any other suborganisations of Church of the Cosmic Skull take no responsibility, liability or accountability for actions taken, mental changes, spiritual aberrations or physical side effects experienced by individuals or groups responding to stimuli or perceived phenomena at live events, congregations, or chance encounters in-person. The term ‘non-wellness’ is for promotional use only and should be interpreted to have no real-world meaning.