David Tibet of Current 93's first-ever solo album, FERELITH, was originally released on a tiny art-edition lathe pressing via the Cashen's Gap label in 2020. Now, FERELITH is available once again; this limited high-quality edition reissue by HOMALEPH, David's sub-label on the ever-reliable and increasingly collectable House of Mythology label. This LP comes in a single pressing black and clear ghostly marble effect, with a Japanese washi-style paper insert and card print hand signed by David Tibet. Strictly limited to 500 copies. Musically speaking, this album is haunting, evocative and powerful, far removed from anything David Tibet has released in his ever-evolving body of work, perhaps since the early 1980s.
David Tibet of Current 93's first-ever solo album, FERELITH, was originally released on a tiny art-edition lathe pressing via the Cashen's Gap label in 2020. Now, FERELITH is available once again; this limited high-quality edition reissue by HOMALEPH, David's sub-label on the ever-reliable and increasingly collectable House of Mythology label. This LP comes in a single pressing black and clear ghostly marble effect, with a Japanese washi-style paper insert and card print hand signed by David Tibet. Strictly limited to 500 copies. Musically speaking, this album is haunting, evocative and powerful, far removed from anything David Tibet has released in his ever-evolving body of work, perhaps since the early 1980s.
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Format: Vinyl
Rel. Date: 04/30/2021
UPC: 884388160927

Ferelith [Limited Edition]
Artist: David Tibet
Format: Vinyl
New: Available $31.49
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Available Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Ferelith I
2. Ferelith II

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David Tibet of Current 93's first-ever solo album, FERELITH, was originally released on a tiny art-edition lathe pressing via the Cashen's Gap label in 2020. Now, FERELITH is available once again; this limited high-quality edition reissue by HOMALEPH, David's sub-label on the ever-reliable and increasingly collectable House of Mythology label. This LP comes in a single pressing black and clear ghostly marble effect, with a Japanese washi-style paper insert and card print hand signed by David Tibet. Strictly limited to 500 copies. Musically speaking, this album is haunting, evocative and powerful, far removed from anything David Tibet has released in his ever-evolving body of work, perhaps since the early 1980s.