Gazpacho were formed in Oslo in 1996 by childhood friends Jon-Arne Vilbo and Thomas Andersen along with Jan-Henrik Ohme (later joined by Mikael Krømer, Lars Erik Asp and Kristian Torp) and released their debut album 'Bravo' in 2003.
Signing to Kscope in 2010, the band released their sixth album Missa Atropos followed by the acclaimed March of Ghosts in 2012.
Demon is made up of four songs inspired by 'the mad ramblings of an unknown tenant found written in a manuscript discovered in an apartment in Prague', and delve deep within 'the demon' that possessed the inhabitant and explore the evil he has caused and all that he is capable of. The four songs each represent four parts of the story, ending with 'Death Room' which are the last words recorded within the unfinished manuscript just before the disappearance of the unknown writer.
Written over two years, the band have described Demon as the 'most complicated and strange album Gazpacho has ever made' and whether the manuscript is truly the work of an obsessed madman or an urban legend, it has certainly provided the basis for an interesting twist on a concept album.