David Tibet Announces Release of New Current 93 Album, and ANOTHER Nears Completion

Current 93 primum mobile David Tibet, a member of the O.T.O. cabinet has announced the release of a new Current 93 album and that ANOTHER Current 93 album is also nearing completion, upcoming gigs and all sortsa stuff!

“We are in the process of completing the new C93 album, which will be released at our London Channelling in October. Also released at the London Channelling will be Mirror Emperor, the debut album by Zu93, as well the long-awaited reissue of C93’s Soft Black Stars, and also a 2LP retrospective—including previously unreleased material—of the “dual-solo” works created by myself and Steven Stapleton; the version available at the show will also include a one-sided 10” record with another unreleased Stapleton-Tibet track on it. There will also be a CD box-set which will contain everything Steven and I released, along with much unreleased material; the CD box-set will not include the music from the one-sided 10”, which is exclusive to the 2LP vinyl edition mentioned in the previous sentence.

“As well as working (still) on the (still) elusive Her Ghost Sings Spheres album by C93, I am also making final corrections to my anthology of writings by Count Stenbock, Of Kings And Things, which will go to press very soon, as well as making the final selection for There Is A GraveYard That Dwells In Man, a second volume bringing together more of my favourite supernatural and hallucinatory tales, which is the sister to The Moons At Your Door. All these books are published by the wonderful Strange Attractor Press.

“Regarding Her Ghost Sings Spheres, I wish again to reiterate that this album will be released when I have done with her; however, if anyone wants a refund, please let us know and we will refund you immediately.

“A new lateral C93 album, The Stars On Their Horsies, containing just one track, is now finished and is released this month. The LP version of The Stars On Their Horsies is different to the CD version. The Stars On Their Horsies will first be available at the Stockholm Channelling, both as a CD and also as a white-label 12” TP, with labels hand-written by me, in a full-colour screenprinted sleeve, in an edition of 93 signed and numbered copies. Remaining copies of the CD and LP will then be added to the shop after we return from Stockholm. The Stars On Their Horsies may be reissued again for the London Channelling in October, in a standard vinyl edition, but with a different sleeve to the TP edition. Textually based around two NightMares I nightmared recently, of which I recorded accounts of as soon as I woke from them in the Middle of the Night Road, The Stars On Their Horsies may be seen as a SideShowPeek, or perhaps a GasStationCarnival, and a slide into October’s new C93 album.

“The above-mentioned Mirror Emperor album by Zu93 will soon be available for pre-order, in two different vinyl editions, from House Of Mythology. The album will not be available from us in any form whatsoever, ever.

“We will also shortly be announcing details of a December 2018 Channelling by C93 at a beautiful and iconic venue in Berlin.

“Once I return from the (now sold-out) C93 Channelling in Stockholm, I will then start hand-finishing the sleeves for the 2LP lathe edition of Nature Unveiled, which are currently being screenprinted. We hope to start mailing these out by the beginning of May, along with the tote-bags and t-shirts that have been available for pre-order; the pre-order for these totes and t-shirts finishes on April 30.

“As you can see below, the black-vinyl reissue of Thunder Perfect Mind is now in stock. If it is ordered with other pre-order items, it will only be sent with those pre-order items when the pre-order items are in stock; all items will be sent in the same package. Please also note that we are now opening the shrink-wrap on any albums that we receive in shrink-wrap—such as Thunder Perfect Mind—to remove the records from the sleeve, in order to prevent the records splitting the sleeve in transit.


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