A Catalogue of Woe CD Album

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Freshly minted in the mysterious orient, this 9 track album is the culmination of 3 years work. Recorded in Ugly Separation Studios, the inner sanctum of reclusive producer/engineer/bass-boss R.S. Amor live to tape and with minimal overdubs, these handpicked and hand reared tunes will win you over with their dark charm and their maudlin swagger.

This album comes with CD, 6 page cover with art by J.J. Grandville & Gustav Dore, and double sided tray inlay. No jewel case will be posted to keep the postage down, and because those suckers tend to break in the post.

1. Betting on your dying day
2. Nothing is always certain
3. Tortured by a racialised folk devil
4. Rich Man’s Heaven
5. That which does not kill me gives me cancer
6. Wearing down my devotion
7. Fools walk where logic fears to tread
8. Were you there when they crucified my love?
9. I hear monsters weeping.

Videos taken from the album

That Which Does Not Kill Me Gives Me Cancer

Video by Vis Ortis filmed March 2014

I Hear Monsters Weeping

Video by t.k. bollinger filmed December 2013

Betting on Your Dying Day

Video by Matthew Engert filmed October 2012

1 review for A Catalogue of Woe CD Album

  1. Rated 5 out of 5



    Been very much enjoying this gloomy Melbourne doom/blues/alterna outing from T.K. Bollinger and That Sinking Feeling – I ordered a prerelease copy via the bands Facebook page, and went for the deluxe version with the lovely hardback book.

    Reminiscent of Nick Cave (without the deep register vocals) and Wreckery, the jagged, sparse instrumentation really hits the spot, with some genuinely catchy (albeit gloomy) songs that really stick in the brain like a gloomladen ear worm.
    Great stuff.

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