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Boomkat Product Review:
The Flanders-based Funeral Folk collective convene to become occult drone rock band Sylvester Anfang, a self-proclaimed 'Pagan Belgopsych' group featuring a line-up that boasts a member named Ignatius Van Kempenhof. They almost certainly get involved in live role playing games too, but all you really need to know about this record is that it's the group's debut album and it's a rollicking good listen. Across two lengthy pieces the band align themselves with the more far-out tendencies of Acid Mother Temple or perhaps even Sunburned Hand Of The Man unshackled from their more Woodstock-oriented tendencies. In amongst all the shifting textures and sinister wailing sounds you'll hear a jumble of campfire percussion and the kind of organ playing you might last have heard on an Italian horror movie soundtrack. Oddly, there's a bit of a devotional, trance-inducing quality to this music, and you most certainly wouldn't want to accept a glass of grape flavoured Kool-Aid from them, but this album is well worth donning a robe for.