Monday, October 17, 2005

For those who may have missed it, the front cover art for Night of the Threshold People has finally been posted to the download page, and the PlagueDream staffer responsible for the error has been recycled (I'm beginning to lose faith in our vat-grown personnel project, despite our Mad HR Director's assurances).

Sunday, October 16, 2005

What's Going On at This Plague of Dreaming?

Today is mugwort harvest time at the PlagueDream Research Facility. The Queen of Dream-Herbs grew fast and thick this year, even choking out our mint crop (if you've grown mint before, you may well be incredulous, but it is true) - far more than our drying equipment can handle at one go.

Our entire permanent staff has turned out for the harvest, and we're making it a (minor) Autumn event - tea and sweaters, and the Legendary Pink Dots on the outdoor stereo. The weather is chill and clear after a week of rain.

In other news, both To Repel Ghosts and The Threshold People are moving back into the studio (they've brought sleeping bags) to start work on follow-ups to their recent TPoD releases.

That's all for now - I'm heading back out to the fields!
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Stay Haunted!

Friday, October 14, 2005

New Release from The Threshold People!


They prowl the twilight wasteland
seeking human victims!

Could YOU be one of THEM?!!

This Plague of Dreaming presents seven slabs of psychotronic horrorbeat from the strange and terrifying Threshold People that are sure to SHOCK the most hardened listener!

Thrill with horror at the savage sound!

Tuesday, October 11, 2005

NotTP update:

The Threshold People have just, moments ago, completed production on their debut album. Watch for the official release within a couple of days!

Monday, October 3, 2005


Sometime overnight, This Plague of Dreaming passed our 100th Download. Thank you, Plague Dreamers!

Saturday, October 1, 2005

"The aural soundtrack of a sentinent asylum's reptile brain? Otherwordly symphonies conducted by Transyuggothian orchestras? The dying gasps and last breaths of ancient video games from days long ago, now forgotten?"

This Plague of Dreaming is proud to bring to you the Enter Horus E.P., from noted electroniac Sypha Nadon.

Album details:
Artist: Sypha Nadon
Title: Enter Horus E.P.
Runtime: 20:05

01 Enter Horus 4:58
02 Do the Lavos 5:23
03 Machine Elves 4:58
04 Heaven 4:44