If you want Neofolk, post industrial oddness with an unnerving edge, look no further than Douglas Pearce and David Tibet. Death In June and the vocal stylings of Tibet from Current 93 fame show you the ropes here. Originally released as a free download 10 years ago, this is the first official CD release.
CD £19.49 LEPER93
CD on Leprosy Discs.
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7/10 Jack Customer review, 26th June 2017
There's nothing terribly groundbreaking here, but I wasn't really expecting that. If you enjoy "Rose Clouds of Holocaust," "But, What Ends When Symbols Shatter?" and Death in June's other folk style albums, you'll most certainly enjoy this one as well. The sound and style follow the same path as those past accomplishments - simple, yet atmospheric acoustic strumming with Douglas' distinct vocals and outlandish lyrics. As always, there isn't a whole lot of variety here so don't be surprised by that.
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