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Release Date: October 19, 2018
Catalog ID: NEF-39

01 Thoth
02 Quadrivium
03 Hesperus
04 Hyades
05 Star Death

Ray Suhy – Acoustic & Electric Guitars
Steve Honoshowsky – Electric Guitars, Bass, Synths and Acoustic and Electric Percussion

Guest Guitar solo on “Hyades” by Michael DelGrasso

Basic tracks recorded by Steve Honoshowsky
Guitars recorded by Adam Vaccarelli at Retromedia Studios
Mixed and mastered by Adam Vaccarelli

Collages by Steve Honoshowsky
Design and layout by Greg Meisenberg

© ℗ 2018 Nefarious Industries.


“he eclectic duo of Ray Suhy (ex-East of the Wall, Six Feet Under) and Steve Honoshowsky (Daughter Vision, No Use For Humans) craft hallucinogenic prog rock with their GEMATRIA project. The band’s unique writing method involves the use of its namesake, gematria, which is a Qabbalistic numerological system that relates words to numbers, as well as the works of Aleister Crowley for rhythmic and melodic ideas. This very ambitious and esoteric approach to writing is reflecting in the band’s bizarre sound, as one can imagine.” – Svbterranean

“This pushes the boundaries of instrumental music much further. Like, this is something that you could hear in your nightmares, this is something you could hear on an acid trip […] If Salvador Dali or Jackson Pollock were to make an album, it would be an album that sounds like this.” – Heavy New York

“This adept Red Bank, NJ-based duo deliver delicious sounds thanks to their experimental avant-garde rock that’s infused with electronic, synth, and even jazz. Welcome to the sonic world of GEMATRIA.” – PureGrainAudio

“Writing about music, the saying goes, is like dancing about architecture… but rarely has music defied description quite the way GEMATRIA’s material does. It’s… gothic, progressive electro-mathgaze-jazzcore? […] We guarantee it is the most thought-provoking, unique thing you will hear today. And probably this week. And likely this month. Very possibly this year.” – MetalSucks