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Bānhūs album cover.jpg
Studio album by
ReleasedOctober 4, 2013
Recorded2009 – 2013 at Studio Sleepwalker's Dread
GenrePost-hardcore, progressive rock
LabelHobbledehoy Records
ProducerEleventh He Reaches London, Ron Pollard
Eleventh He Reaches London chronology
Hollow Be My Name

Bānhūs is the third studio album by the Australian post-hardcore band Eleventh He Reaches London. The name "Bānhūs" comes from the Old English word meaning ‘body’, literally translating as ‘bone-house’. It was released by Hobbledehoy Records in October, 2013 with pre-orders being sent out in late September of the same year. The album is notably different from the band's other work as it takes a much darker, somber form.

An outtake from the album, dubbed "Scorpion Entertainment Owes Us $1,000", was released in November, 2016 as part of the Hobbledehoy Records compilation album, "Ten Years (Thank You)".[1]

Track listing[edit]

All music written by Eleventh He Reaches London, lyrics by Ian Lenton.

1."The Dragging Cloud"8:44
2."Code Entwined"7:10
3."Body Unbind"5:27
4."No Funeral"8:42
6."Glass Harmonium"6:03
7."To Whomever"6:53