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Current 93


Prog Folk

3.96 | 9 ratings

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4 stars For the most part, Sleep Has His House sees Current 93 returning to the neofolk style whose last major excursion was on The Inmost Light, though taking into account both the softer ballad style of Soft Black Stars and the renewed interest in droning ambient music that David Tibet had exercised in his Thomas Ligotti collaborations. The latter are indulged mostly on the 24 minute title track, a mournful, funeral tribute to Tibet's passed father, which feels a little overlong for the ideas it comprises but otherwise represents an interesting experiment in creating space in one of the project's neofolk albums for an ambient excursion reminiscent of their early days.
Warthur | 4/5 |


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