1476 certainly are a Salem, Massachusetts-based dark, atmospheric artwork rock and roll duo. Their music structurally combines components of folk and dark steel, moody indie rock and roll, neo-folk, neoclassical, and post-punk. Made up of vocalist/songwriter and guitarist Robb Kavjian and drummer Neil DeRosa — both through the Worcester, Massachusetts suburbs — they started working jointly in past due 2007, writing tracks that explored designs of Traditional western esoterica, pre-Christian mythology/mysticism, chaos, magic, character, and philosophical and experiential designs. They determined through the outset never to confine themselves to a particular genre. When pressed by interviewers to define their design, they responded with the word, “Hermetic Deth Rock and roll.” Their debut record, A Wolf’s Age group, was self-released in ’09 2009 accompanied by an acoustic EP entitled Smoke cigarettes in the Sky a season afterwards. The full-length Live. July 17th 2010. Unity, Massachusetts. also made an appearance. Selectively playing displays, writing new materials, and recording led to their second record, Wildwood (offering spoken phrase vocals from visible musician Alexandria Noel on many tracks), as well as the EP The Nightside in 2012. 1476 surfaced just occasionally over another couple of years, but their technique had extended to composing digital soundtracks. In 2014, they privately released the to begin such functions, Edgar Allan Poe: A Lifestyle of Wish & Despair. In 2015 they agreed upon a distribution cope with Germany’s Prophecy Productions. The next summertime, the label concurrently reissued Wildood/The Nightside (being a two-fer), an extended version of Smoke cigarettes in the Sky (with live reward paths doubling its duration), and Edgar Allan Poe: A Lifestyle of Wish & Despair.