Sunday, 25 September 2011

Death In June – But, What Ends When The Symbols Shatter? (1992)

Country: England

1. Death Is The Martyr Of Beauty 03:50
2. He's Disabled 04:08
3. The Mourner's Bench 02:31
4. Because Of Him 03:46
5. Daedalus Rising 04:52
6. Little Black Angel 04:18
7. The Golden Wedding Of Sorrow 03:36
8. The Giddy Edge Of Light 05:07
9. Ku Ku Ku 01:52
10. This Is Not Paradise 05:27
11. Hollows Of Devotion 03:29
12. But, What Ends When The Symbols Shatter? 03:15

In this album, the early more industrial influences of Death In June are gone 
and have been replaced with a more acoustic-neofolk sound.
With the participation,among the others, of David Tibet and Michael Cashmore.
A genre-defining album that sets the standard for todays neofolk bands.


  1. that's a great album indeed....for me, their best one


  2. From their acoustic-folk albums it is...of course alongside Rose Clouds Of Holocaust.

  3. It's the first album i listen to DIJ and it's nice! Thanx!

  4. Then for sure you should listen to Rose Clouds Of Holocaust.I bet you are gonna love that one too!