Explaining the name, work on logo and material news

The project name “Adder’s Fork” comes from William Shakespeare’s tragedy “Macbeth”. The words are uttered by the three witches as they mix their ingredients into their boiling cauldron, the “Adder’s Fork” (the split tongue of the adder/common viper) being one of them. I thought the name was very fitting for a project like mine and the subject will surely be touched upon by some lyrics later on, maybe in a more modern context.

Also, I’m trying to create a decent first logo for my work, but in case somebody’s offering his/her talented hands and time – it would be greatly appreciated.

As of now, I have three tracks for a demo release in the works, each of them being more than 50% ready. I’ve recorded guitar- and basslines all day and I’m very satisfied with the material!

Further news coming up soon.

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