"A tremendous piece of work.... 4.5/5" - Progrockmusictalk.com"A great album from a truly great rock band" - Jamsphere.com
"These Guys have done it again. Their last two albums topped my "best of" lists... I think this one will probably do the same" - Music Street Review
"Eleven tracks of star-spangled proggie goodness" - The Moshville Times
"Saxophone, keyboard and guitar solos that are full of the purest of AWESOMES" -sleepingbagstudios.ca
Transmitted from a derelict space station in the far reaches of the galaxy using instruments
salvaged from a cargo bay and corroding electrical terminals, ‘A Day in the Life of a Universal Wanderer’ is the 2013 album from Gandalf’s Fist.
Those lucky enough to intercept the signal on their primitive terrestrial audio-decoders, will be treated to a cosmic jam across space and time exploring a mythical figure from the 26th Century – ‘The Universal Wanderer’ - who’s legend tells of a figure who has wandered the cosmos from the birth of existence to the end of time.
Even when caught out of time and stranded beyond the borders of a decaying Black Hole, you can still expect Gandalf’s Fist to deliver the goods with their unique brand of Medieval Space Rock! Tracks such as the epic doom-laden jazz of “The Nine Billion Names of God” fit perfectly alongside the anthemic choruses of “Stowaway to the Mushroom Planet” and the renaissance-whimsy of “The Battle for Tannhäuser Gate”, creating one of the most engaging albums to be recorded from the far side of the solar system.
Available now via Itunes
/digital retailers. CD Digipaks also availabe now through our online store!