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Here's what The Music's writers rated in 2018...
"'Dionysus' is garlanded with all the Dead Can Dance trademark components - chanting, antique stringed instruments, sidewinding strings and a palpable sense of mystery."
Unlike a lot of lame reunions of ‘80s bands seeking to recapture some of their former glory, Dead Can Dance manage to do this with a whole lot of style and dignity, proving that they are still at the top of their game.
Lisa Gerrard is her own toughest critic.
“I really don’t feel that the albums capture my best moments. I always feel like they are my worst moments. I have never been happy with any of the recordings I have done – I hate them!"
Each song felt like a gift; this was music held together with a delicate touch for open ears. And all those that heard it were thankful and moved.
Their first trip back to their old stomping ground in over two decades.
Balancing the great dualities of humanity in ideal equilibrium, Perry and Gerrard both remain a rare complement to each other’s exquisite gifts.
Another show added to the long-awaited tour.
They're heading to the Sydney Opera House