Oh, wow! The Parlour Trick’s album A Blessed Unrest just got a rave review from Bloody Disgusting, one of my favorite online horror zines. They don’t often do music reviews on the BD blog (there’s a separate music podcast), "but this group is simply too good to not bring to your ears" says editor Jonathan Barkan. "Described as haunted chamber music and dark, dreamy ambience, A Blessed Unrest is wonderfully eerie, beautifully creepy, and a perfect fit for anyone that wants a classical edge to their horror. This isn’t horror synth, like Goblin or Fabio Frizzi. Rather, this is something more Victorian and organic. I can’t explain exactly why but I envision Southern plantations and haunted French castles while listening to this album.“
Thank you so much, BD!
PS: Let it be known that I sure do lubs me some Goblin and Frizzi. (You can kinda sorta hear it in the intro to ”The Lady of the House of Love“. Which definitely takes place in a castle!)