Today we’re pleased to premiere the debut five-track acoustic folk EP Sough, from Bogotá, Colombia-based musician, Eddie Trager. If the name sounds familiar it might be because Trager spent nine years drumming for the band Nekrogoblikon before exiting the band to focus on other projects.

In 2016 Trager moved to Colombia and continued creating new music all the while exploring his creative influences. Following the release of his EP for yet another project, Eddie Spaghetti and the Selfish Bitches (a full-length is due this summer), he collected various acoustic material and compiled what is now Sough, an album that was mixed and mastered by Tim Lyakhovetskiy, also a former Nekrogoblikon member.


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