PR: A Message from Valentine Wolfe

Darklings, listen…

These words are from a lonely soul, toiling ceaselessly to pursue a dream-which, of course became a nightmare. These words are from Victor Frankenstein, and like Victor, we’ve been alone in in chambers, working away, and now…our secret may be revealed.

 

This fall, we present the newest Valentine Wolfe project, The Haunting of Mary Shelley, of, A Vindication of the Rights of the Departed.

 

The album will have 11 tracks, consisting of :

A Voice in the Dark
On the Education of Daughters
Song for Justine
Soulgiver
Hours of Sorrow
It’s Not Your Story To Tell
I Will Be With You On Your Wedding Night
Victor’s Confession
Doomed To Live
What Lies Beyond
The Modern Persephone (soundtrack to the silent Edison version of Frankenstein from 1910)


Cover art by the incomparable Egregore Design.

Releasing on October 4-7, Greenville and Atlanta.

Like Victor, we’ve obsessed over our creation, our story of two extraordinary women and the creation of the Modern Prometheus. For us, Mary Shelley is the Queen of the Underworld, and our modern Persephone. We believe we’ve created the darkest, most compelling Valentine Wolfe music yet-we know every band says that, but for us, the music we’re hearing has exceeded our darkest imagination…

We hope you’re looking forward to hearing our music as much as we look forward to finally sharing it with you all.

Do you share our madness?

Braxton and Sarah

-Valentine Wolfe

Can’t wait for new music? You can always purchase digital copies of Sarah’s brooding and chilling dark ambient solo project, Dolorosa Lachrymosa by clicking here.

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