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Album · 2010 · 9 Songs. Baalstorm, Sing Omega Current 93. Alternative.

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Baalstorm, Sing Omega is no great shift in the Current formula, and as with almost every Current 93 release there's a contradictory and dense sense of the impenetrable and conceptual. If the album can be said to have a single concept then it's to do with Tibet's most famous preoccupation; the apocalypse. Current 93 is a continuously rewoven tapestry of Tibet's dream-life, real-life and revelations (both the personal and the apocalyptic)

Band Name Current 93. Album Name Baalstorm, Sing Omega. Members owning this album1. 1. I Dreamt I Was Æon. 2. With Flowers in the Garden of Fires. 4. Baalstorm! Baalstorm! 5. Passenger Aleph in Name.

Baalstorm, Sing Omega. This album has an average beat per minute of 100 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 74/138 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Baalstorm, Sing Omega. BPM Profile Baalstorm, Sing Omega. Album starts at 82BPM, ends at 138BPM (+56), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Current 93.

Baalstorm, Sing Omega is one of 2010’s hidden gems, and it’s a mighty fine record. So I’ve been sitting here for the past couple of hours trying to collect and jot down my thoughts on just how unfathomably odd Baalstorm, Sing Omega is and I just can’t find the words to describe it. The only concisely realized thought I have is: ‘What.

Album by Current 93. Baalstorm! Baalstorm! Passenger Aleph in Name. The Nudes Lift Shields for War. Night! Death! Storm! Omega! I Dance Narcoleptic.

Opening with the near-spoken word overture of "Baalstorm! Baalstorm!," the album is near orchestral in intent if not delivery, soundscapes and shapes that switch and whisper through David Tibet's customarily blasted heath of private myth and vision. Lonely and lyrical, moody and magic, it hisses and howls with Tibet's expected abstract energy - the voices of spectral children, the invocations of Biblical apocalypse, and Louis Wain-ian kittens - yet it does so with a far more harmonic ear than his recent albums.


1 I Dreamt I Was Æon 6:52
2 With Flowers In The Garden Of Fires 4:08
3 December 1971 4:35
4 Baalstorm! Baalstorm! 6:27
5 Passenger Aleph In Name 4:40
6 Tanks Of Flies 3:18
7 The Nudes Lift Shields For War 5:31
8 Night! Death! Storm! Omega! 3:49
9 I Dance Narcoleptic 10:36

Companies, etc.

  • Copyright (c) – Coptic Cat
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – David Tibet
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Current 93
  • Distributed By – SRD
  • Copyright (c) – Current 93
  • Published By – Domino Music Publishing
  • Manufactured By –


  • Cello – John Contreras
  • Cover – David Tibet
  • Design, Layout – David Tibet, Paul Jackson
  • Drums, Percussion – Alex Neilson
  • Guitar, Bass, Electronics – Andrew Liles
  • Liner Notes – David Tibet
  • Mixed By – Andrew Liles, David Tibet
  • Oud, Drum [Erbane, Daf] – Eliot Bates
  • Photography [David As Stonehenge In December 1971] – Ghost Or Gone Or Donne
  • Photography By [Alex Neilson] – Oliver Edwards
  • Photography By [Andrew Liles] – Melon Liles
  • Photography By [Baby Dee] – Tore Hallas
  • Photography By [Bea Taylor And Isabel Taylor] – Becca Taylor
  • Photography By [David As Rome In Batu Gajah, 1964 Or 1965 Or 1966] – Cyril Bunting, Olivia Bunting
  • Photography By [David Tibet] – Simo Dalla Valle
  • Photography By [Eliot Bates] – Ladi Dell'aira
  • Photography By [James Blackshaw] – Doerthe Winter
  • Photography By [John Contreras] – Scott Purdy
  • Photography By [Melon Liles] – Pandy Cat
  • Piano, Organ [Hammond] – Baby Dee
  • Recorded By [Alex Neilson's Contribution] – John Cavanagh
  • Recorded By, Mastered By – Andrew Liles
  • Twelve-String Guitar [12-String Slide And Electric Guitars], Slide Guitar [12-String Slide And Electric Guitars], Electric Guitar [12-String Slide And Electric Guitars], Glockenspiel, Voice – James Blackshaw
  • Vocals – Melon Liles
  • Voice – Bea Taylor , David Tibet, Isabel Taylor
  • Words By [Text] – David Tibet


© Coptic Cat 2010
℗ David Tibet/Current 93 2010
Distributed in UK/Europe by SRD

All music © 2010 Current 93 and those who channel it into us and those who receive the Current. Published by Domino Music.

'Baalstorm! Baalstorm!' utilises extracts from letters David Tibet received from Sarah Dietrich.

Written and recorded in Hastings, Heptonstall, Rome and Turin between August 2009 and March 2010.

Cover: 'She is Naked Like the Water'.

Released in digipak cover with a 24 page booklet including the lyrics.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 0 61297 21839 4
  • Matrix / Runout: WWW.ENCONAHEAD.CO.UK NIFE10CD AA03162-01
  • Other (Mould SID Code): IFPI 9721
  • Other (Mastering SID Code): IFPI L574

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
NIFE 010V Current 93 Baalstorm, Sing Omega ‎(LP, Album, Red) Coptic Cat NIFE 010V UK 2010
NIFE 010V Current 93 Baalstorm, Sing Omega ‎(LP, TP, W/Lbl) Coptic Cat NIFE 010V UK 2010
NIFE 010CD Current 93 Baalstorm, Sing Omega ‎(CD, Album, Dig) Coptic Cat NIFE 010CD US 2010
NIFE 010V Current 93 Baalstorm, Sing Omega ‎(LP, Album, Blu) Coptic Cat NIFE 010V UK 2010
NIFE 010CD Current 93 Baalstorm, Sing Omega ‎(CD, Album, Jew) Coptic Cat NIFE 010CD USA & Canada 2010

I'll be the first to admit that David Tibet's lyrics are difficult, often impenetrable; yet even so, I find it difficult to trace any conceptual link between this and the previous two parts of the supposed trilogy, Aleph at Hallucinatory Mountain and Black Ships Ate the Sky. It does, however, seem to be a trilogy of albums gradually cutting ties with the group's '90s incarnation. Where Aleph... was the first major C93 album without Michael Cashmore since the '80s, Baalstorm... sees the disappearance of Steven Stapleton from the ranks for the first time. Much like the album before it, Baalstorm is largely based around repetitive, looping backing tracks. For me, Michael Cashmore's absence was very difficult to accept at first: without his tight compositional skills, the songs seems rambling and aimless. Much of the album has a stream of consciousness feel which is a stark contrast to the melodic, verse/chorus structures of the group's older sound. Over time, however, the album began to grow on me for what it is, and I realised there is a lot of beautiful music on show here.Following the epic Black Ships and heavy rock sound of Aleph, Baalstorm is a much quieter, more intimate affair. Of anything in the C93 catalogue, it bears most similarity with All the Pretty Little Horses, with a blend of acoustic guitar, piano, glockenspiel, electronics and children's shouting joining Tibet's vocals. 'With Flowers in the Garden of Fires' brings in a middle eastern feel; 'I Dance Narcoleptic', with its fairground organ, is one of the most absurd and disorienting pieces the group have recorded for years. The run of 'Passenger Aleph in Name', 'Tanks of Flies' and 'The Nudes Lift Sheilds for War' showcases Current 93 at its melodic best, with three of the most beautiful songs in the band's vast catalogue. In contrast, the intense 'December 1971' and 'Baalstorm! Baalstorm!' highlight the newer direction I mentioned earlier, each gradually building around a single chord psychedelic backing. The only weak link on the album is 'Night! Death! Storm! Omega!' which, with Tibet reading two different texts on top of each other, is as impenetrable and self-indulgent as the self-parody-like title suggests.What Tibet is singing about on Baalstorm, Sing Omega is difficult to comprehend. While previous albums have revealed hints of meaning after multiple plays (some more than others), the lyrics here remain as confusing as ever to me despite repeated listening and reading. It's likely that the sexual imagery in many of the songs has something to do with the divorce he was going through at the time (that or a mid-life crisis); the album's 'explanation' in the liner notes, with tales of airport terminals and kebab houses, only really adds to the confusion. If Baalstorm, Sing Omega isn't quite on the same level as career highlights like Thunder Perfect Mind and Soft Black Stars, it is certainly a strong album, and one that manages to Current 93's sound forward without losing trace of why those past albums are loved so. Recommended listening.
Another great album by C93, musically and lyrically, always evolving.
Rolling Flipper
How many different edition does this have ?? Bad Bad Bad. Don't waste your money on this. I really miss the old C93 spirit.
Current 93 - Baalstorm, Sing Omega FLAC album
Baalstorm, Sing Omega
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