The debut of Ignatz is still fresh in your memory, and he's already there with the follow up. On Ignatz II, he continues his road through the Appalachians in the year 2050. Stunning rootsfolk, but played by a lost and unworldly creature. 'II' still has that familiar Ignatz sound we
love so much, with the difference that on one of the six tracks he doesn't use any effects. He even mumbles more clearly and explores his own musical world more thoroughly. If Lou Reed would have fertilized Cthulhu in 1966, he would now have had a grandchild called Ignatz. The often misplaced words "new" and "weird" can finally be used without any doubt. II is the affirmation of Ignatz' great talent. Future weird Belgium!!
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