The Threshold HouseBoys Choir - Form Grows Rampant

The Threshold HouseBoys Choir - Form Grows Rampant

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This item is scheduled to be released on 18th February 2022.

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Despite the name, it was a solo project which relied heavily on computer generated vocals. The name was derived from a play on words, combining the terms houseboy, house of boys, boy's choir, and Threshold House, which was Coil's own label.

'Form Grows Rampant' is the soundtrack of a film shot by Christopherson (a video capture at the GinJae Vegetarian Festival in the south of Thailand) and his first major musical project since the tragic death of John Balance and the subsequent demise of Coil. The music is a suite of lengthy dense atmospherics that combine shuddering electronics with sampled vocals, eerie digitalia, buried melodies and sinister undercurrents hinting at a gleaming heart of darkness, with a joyful melodic progression that sounds positively triumphant towards the end of the disc. It's both Coil-esque and quite different, and undoubtedly is the worthy successor of the legendary group that Christopherson created with his partner John Balance.

First released in small quantities in 2007 as a CD/DVD set, this is the first time it is
released on vinyl, CD and digital. This reissue has been mastered from original files by Sidney Claire Meyer at former Deutsche Grammophon studios Emil Berliner in Berlin, using the half speed mastering process, and pressed on heavy vinyl.

Artist: The Threshold HouseBoys Choir
Label: Musique Pour La Danse
Catalogue: MPD034
Barcode: 5414165122333
Format: 2LP or CD
Release Date: 18th February 2022

This product is a pre order and is scheduled to be released 18th February 2022.

This product is available on preorder with a limited discounted price.

                               

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The Threshold HouseBoys Choir - Form Grows Rampant is available for preorder now and has a scheduled release date of 18th February 2022. In the event of any delays to this date, we will try to keep this page updated, specifically in the 'release updates' tab. Sadly, we are seeing a lot of date changes in 2022 so please bear with us.

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