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Path to Hocma NOW on Spotify

// February 7th, 2011 // News

Path to Hocma now on Spotify! Click here

Establishments with ‘Path to Hocma’ available

// December 1st, 2010 // News

From the 1st of December, “Path to Hocma” album will be available for free in many places in Madrid, A Coruña, Santiago de Compostela, Vitoria, Pamplona and San Sebastian (as well as the request made by mail/web). These establishments will be kept up to date right here*:


Electra Store
Cercas Bajas nº12
CP 01001 Vitoria – Gasteiz


Portobello discos
Rúa ciega, 3, La Coruña, 15003


Estudio 54
Rúa Gómez Ulla, 8, Santiago de Compostela



C/ 31 de Agosto / Abuztuaren 31-KO Kalea
3 CP: 20003 San Sebastián-Donostia


Rock Addiction Shop
c/ Blasco de Garay 50 – Madrid
Cuervo Music
c/ Velarde 13, Malasaña, Madrid


La Hormiga Atómica
C/ Curia, 4 C.P: 31001 Iruña – Pamplona

*Shipping request made through the web site or email are still available for FREE.

Path to Hocma now available

// October 18th, 2010 // News

On Friday the 29th, the new LP “Path to Hocma” will get released. This album could be marked as conceptual, but as time goes by you’ll be able to see how it turns into something more than that, a multidisciplinary task that will be growing through the years and will be shaping and expanding itself amongst different ways of expression, not only musical but human. There are ten tracks on it:

00.- The Town
01.- The Desert of the Real
02.- The Rising of the Real Man
03.- The Bindu Sea: Cloudy
04.- The Brigit Mountains
05.- The White Mountains
06.- The Swamp
07.- The Hocma Point
08.- The Ophoist
09.- The Virus Ophoist / The Yethunter

Once again, it’s been recorded without any kind of amplification, with no guitars, and lacking the need of entering a studio… just with an electric bass and the willing and happiness of creating. Every step of the production is again in charge of 413: composing, interpretation, recording, production, mixing, mastering… But relying on the interpretation on the voices of: Urko Eizmendi (Krilin), Joseba Ruiz (Dazein) and Rubén Ramos (Cohen). This time, the design and conceptual view of the story depended on the artist and graphic designer Leyre Otermin.

This album will not be sold neither in physical nor in digital format. There will only be a donation link via PayPal for anyone who wants to contribute. You can also get it for free and under Creative Commons license on direct download in the official website www.the-413.com. You can ask for the physical format of the LP on the website or sending an e-mail to 0000413@gmail.com. The album will also be available in some spots of different cities, which will be confirmed soon.