Saturday May 10th 2014 - CURRENT 93 at the Halifax Minster

Qu Junktions with the help of the Doghouse present

Current 93 at the Halifax Minster

May 10th 2014  7.30pm

£15 from Jumbo and Ticket Web

No age restrictions.


Current 93, the Final Hallucinatory Patripassianist rock group, was founded in 1983 and 1984 by David Tibet. Since then they have created a unique, highly influential and extraordinarily powerful body of work - spanning music, painting, poetry and translation – and comprising more than 50 albums and singles.

Amongst Current 93's vast, past discography are albums such as the apocalyptic worldshifts of Nature Unveiled, the lunar bloodscapes of In Menstrual Night, the Gnostic acrostics of Thunder Perfect Mind, the bonefires and samphires Of Ruine Or Some Blazing Starre, the haunted nights and twilights of Soft Black Stars, the hallucinatory Dream English of The Inmost Light trilogy, the narrative of the advent of AntiChrist and the Second Coming of Yesu Christ in Black Ships Ate The Sky, the pentacular picnics under Aleph At Hallucinatory Mountain, and the liminal limnal hymnal HoneySuckle Æons.

I AM THE LAST OF ALL THE FIELD THAT FELL is the Current 93 EverLiving and EverNew album, released on 8 February 2014. A remarkable line-up of guests and ghosts feature on the record: Jack Barnett (These New Purtians), James Blackshaw, Ossian Brown (Cyclobe), Nick Cave, Anthony Hegarty, Reinier Van Houdt, Norbert Kox, Andrew Liles, Tony McPhee (The Groundhogs), Jon Seagroatt (Comus), Carl Stokes (The Groundhogs), Bobbie Watson (Comus) and John Zorn, alongside Tibet himself.

Over the years Tibet has collaborated with, and released the work of, many remarkable and idiosyncratic artists, Steven Stapleton, Tiny Tim, William Basinski, Shirley Collins, Bill Fay, Baby Dee and the late Jhonn Balance of Coil. 

As an artist, his paintings have been shown in solo exhibitions at New York’s White Columns and at London’s Isis Gallery. He has also published nearly 50 books via his own publishing imprints, including titles by the seminal horror writer Thomas Ligotti as well as by the arch-decadent Count Stenbock, many of which were published by David for the first time.

Current 93 Amen with the Bees and the ButterFlies Amen as: 
James Blackshaw: bass 
Reinier van Houdt: piano 
Andrew Liles: electronic channel
Tony (TS) McPhee (The Groundhogs): acoustic and electric guitar
Carl Stokes (The Groundhogs): drums and percussion
David Tibet: voice and void