Robert Devereux

Fungicide Cover




1. Albumuth Boulevard
2. The Exchange
3. The Transformation of Martin Lake
4. Uzumaki I
5. Dradin, In Love (Part I)
6. Festival of the Squid
7. Dradin, In Love (Part II)
8. Flooded Streets
9. Uzumaki II
10. The Cage
11. The Man Who Had No Eyes
12. The Exchange (Reading by Jeff VanderMeer)

Non Album Tracks

Second Groove: Quail Note Records' Traditional Moroccan Music, Volume II was the original source for Festival of the Squid. That record had a second groove. I recorded an excerpt of music from that second groove. I found a quite interesting surprise when I listened to it in mono.

Fungicide: This song was composed by taking from pieces of other songs on Fungicide and remixing them. It was left off of the CD due to time constraints.

Fungicide is a collection of music to accompany City of Saints & Madmen, by Jeff VanderMeer, However, the music can be enjoyed even if you are not familiar with his work.

The CD is a gate-fold package with 20 pages of notes, artwork and an excerpt from Jeff VanderMeer's novel, Shriek: An Afterword.

See sample pages ->

Reviews for Fungicide

Mood music for alien landscapes and grotesque antiquity.

Tonally rich collection of soundscapes that do indeed simulate electronica while retaining the lovely sound of acoustic instruments.
--Dead Angel

'Fungicide' is approachable dark surrealism at its best.
--Forrest Aguirre, Editor of Leviathan 4

Two steps outside of the norm... Fungicide is disturbing music for the deranged.
--Satan Stole My Teddybear

Avant-garde music buffs and die-hard VanderMeer disciples might find Fungicide somewhat appealing.

VanderMeer himself should be flattered by the depth, breadth and quality of the work.

A total work of love, produced to the highest quality... this album is actually a fantastic success

Other Press

Orlando Weekly interview with Jeff VanderMeer, which mentions Fungicide.

SciFi Dimensions interview with Jeff VanderMeer, which also mentions Fungicide.
Devereux is misspelled as Devereaux.

A mention at Artists Without Borders.

The Onion AV Club interviews Jeff VanderMeer, and Fungicide is discussed.

Indigest interviews Jeff VanderMeer, Fungicide is mentioned.
Devereux is misspelled as Devereaux.

The Atlantic talks about books with soundtracks.