Presented in a Double Digipak and as a Limited Edition of 2000 copies worldwide! Patrick Leagas - one of the original members of Death in June and the musician behind Mother Destructions - returns to release his first album for 17 years under his solo project name of 6 Comm (Sixth Comm).
The double album contains "Headless" and "Let The Moon Speak" and is composed of dark, brooding and beautiful songs, other worldly soundscapes and magical sonic expeditions in the form of percussion and emotional vocal repetition.
With songs based on devils, angels, the moon, self-critical analysis and paying homage to the work of Gurdjief and elemental worship, the shy pagan multi-instrumentalist and vocalist returns with gem of uncategorizeable lunar music.
cd1 - "Headless"
01 Headless - attained and lost
02 Death of a lion
03 Wasted soul
04 Again to sleep...awake!
05 To dream the machine god
06 Farewell divided into the wind (trad)
07 Circle upon circles
08 15 years...the endless dream illusion
09 Re-enter the second sleep
cd2 - "Let The Moon Speak"
01 Lake of tears
02 Like a death in june
03 Angel scream
04 Kalashnikov is my friend
05 Drown by faith
08 The crushing ice
09 Wail at the moon
10 Let the moon speak
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