The enigmatic band releases their first pop single in preparation for their upcoming album.
The band’s simple, sparse performance is sublime.
Reading: Revolutionary Army of the Infant Jesus, Star Trek: Discovery, MST3K, Fearing the Alt-Left & More
Also: Screwing over creatives, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2’s narrative flaws, saving old TV shows, redeeming nostalgia, touring Apple’s new campus, hand-coding CSS, and a better pro-life approach.
My Favorite Songs of 2015, Part 4: Noah, Pure Bathing Culture, RAIJ, The Soft Moon, Sufjan Stevens & U.S. Girls
Sleepy trip-hop, atmospheric indie-electronic, religious experimental folk, harrowing post-punk/EBM, mournful folk & experimental electronic rock.
In addition to standard LP, CD, and digital editions, the album is also available in two very limited quantity “deluxe” editions.
Reading: Dead Can Dance’s Origins, Internet Outrage, Bill Cosby, Penn & Teller, Mad Max, the Death of the Universe & more
Also: Planned Parenthood, building Minas Tirith, the state of web design, atheists and Christian rock, and more.
The enigmatic group returns with a new box set and a one-time concert.
The Gift of Tears/Mirror/La Liturgie Pour La Fin Du Temps by Revolutionary Army Of The Infant Jesus (Review)
It’s a foreboding album to listen to, and almost draining, but it’s one that will always hold a special spot in my CD collection.