Bloody-Disgusting is excited to bring you an exclusive first listen to “Immortal Portal”, which comes off the upcoming Zak Bagans Vs. Praga Khan album NecroFusion! Zak Bagans is the host of Travel Channel’s Ghost Adventures while Praga Khan is best known as one of the founding members of Lords Of Acid. The track features Bagans communicating with a ghost and the resulting EVP used in the song. You can check out the song below!
Bagans explains the story behind the song, “The spirit voices in this song were also captured in my home. On this particular night, I immediately grabbed the recording devices after a severe paranormal incident made a friend of mine leave my house. As I began rolling, I asked a series of questions with no response, but when I asked, “Why are you following me?” a very dark voice came through confessing, “I killed myself.” Intrigued I asked, “What is your name?” …then a female voice very clearly told me “Rhonda.” I then asked her if she messes with me in my sleep, seeing as one evening months earlier, I was dragged out of my bed by my ankles. She replied, “I do” in an amusing tone as if she enjoyed messing with me. Again, this female voice lends to my attachments of a dark demonic entity and a possessive female spirit.”
NecroFusion will be released Oct. 23rd.
Per an official press release: Each one of the eleven tracks on NecroFusion not only tells the story of a departed soul who, for whatever reason, has not crossed over, but includes an actual audio message from the spirit – “electronic voice phenomena,” or EVP. Armed with his SB7 Spirit Box, a recording device well-known by devotees of the “Ghost Adventures” series, Bagans has encountered inhabitants of the spirit world during his paranormal investigations, reached out to communicate with and question them, and then, when a spirit chose to communicate, he recorded the spirits’ EVPs.
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