It took five years for Horologium to finalise
the production of „Der Volksmund Sagt II“, but the end effect is more than
you could hope.
The record pursues the general atmosphere presented in the first part of the trilogy, blending the grief and hopelessness of the Polish countryside.
It’s severity, misery and ever-present alcohol with the occasional moments of birdsong and joy.
Six untitled tracks and twenty minutes of bucolic, postindustrial tunes.
Old Europa Cafe AVS