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Part oral history and part zine-style chronicle, this is the authorized biography of Simply Saucer, the cult psych/proto-punk band formed in Hamilton, Ontario in 1973.
Their live shows blew minds and their work ethic was unmatched but after ten years of misadventures Simply Saucer were swallowed by a black hole of drugs, crime, death, and supernatural rituals. Decades later, the electro-rockers have slowly found their way back to earth. Their posthumous collection, Cyborgs Revisited, released fifteen years after it was recorded, is now celebrated as one of the greatest Canadian albums of all time.
With extensive interviews, rare photos, and an exclusive download compilation Heavy Metalloid Music shares the definitive story of these legendary Steeltown psychedelic survivors.
Started in early 2013 by two childhood friends, Joshua Kloke and Adam Kesek, Eternal Cavalier Press is an independent publishing house dedicated to quality Canadian music writing.
With an emphasis on aesthetics and stories from both sides of the stage, Eternal Cavalier Press gives a voice to musicians and fans that have long needed one. Based in Toronto, ECP publishes books exclusively by Canadian authors. Taking cues from artist-focused record labels that began as a means to distribute unknown bands including Arts & Crafts, You’ve Changed, Mammoth Cave and Castleface, Eternal Cavalier Press was created with music-loving readers in mind.