Warlock could be considered the first satanic/occult hard-rock band from Spain. With roots in proto-doom band Necrophagus, formed in Madrid by singer/guitar player Victor Ramos in 1974, Warlock were heavily influenced by Black Sabbath, Lucifer's Friend and Hawkwind but they were too dark and wild-looking for the record companies of the time. During their brief existence, 1977-79, they supported the Ian Gillan Band at the Teatro Monumental, Madrid, 1979. They also shared stage with bands like Burning, Cai, Teddy Bautista & Canarios, Azahar, John Martyn, Eduardo Bort, etc. In 1978, they recorded a bunch of demos, collected here for the first time. Raw and wild lo-fi psychedelic hard-rock/proto-doom with space-rock touches!
Includes colour insert with photos, memorabilia and liner notes. Includes eight self-penned songs with titles like 'Archives Of The Universe', 'Cortocircuito', 'Earth', 'Control Perdido', 'Space Ritual' (which is not a Hawkwind cover but a tribute to Dave Brock's band, whom Victor once met in France), etc, plus a cover of Black Sabbath's 'Paranoid'..