93 Current 93* / Sickness Of Snakes ‎– Nightmare Culture

L.A.Y.L.A.H. Antirecords ‎– LAY 14
Vinyl, LP, Mini-Album

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A 93 Current 93* Killy Kill Killy (A Fire Sermon)
Performer [93 Current 93 May Be] – Tibet 93*, John Murphy, Paul Donnan, Steve Ignorant, Steven Stapleton, Tathata Wallis
B1 Sickness of Snakes Various Hands 3:15
B2 Sickness of Snakes The Swelling Of Leeches 2:55
B3 Sickness of Snakes The Pope Held Upside Down 3:28



Included is a 2-sided 12" sized info sheet.
The 93 Current 93 track was later appended to the CD reissue of In Menstrual Night and is dedicated to James Low.
The Sickness Of Snakes tracks recorded and mixed in 9 hours. They later appeared on Coil's "Unnatural History" CD.

Made in Benelux

Initial copies were sealed with a sticker across the open end of the jacket.
Second press out in 1988. It came without insert and with different center label.

The spine reads "Brékkek Kékkek kékkek Kékkek! Koáx Koáx Koáx! Ualu Ualu Ualu! Quaouauh!"

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout, etched): LAY14A/58843-2 Time for tea and feed the thing
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout, etched): LAY14B/58844-2 I slept with Faith - and woke up with a corpse in my arms
  • Rights Society: BIEM/SABAM



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February 28, 2003
Killy Kill Killy has to be the scariest track I know. After a distorted version of "A Clockwork Orange" overture, experimental classical music topped with worrying incantations comes in, then a sample from "The Eve of Destruction", speeches played backwards, Gregorian songs... The whole has a very sect-ish atmosphere.

One of the very few tracks I cannot listen to entirely...