CD Review: Dead Can Dance 

Anastasis (Pias America)

The pioneering London dream-goth duo Dead Can Dance haven't made an album since 1996's Spiritchaser. Shortly after its release, they broke up. Their new album, their eighth, picks up where they left off, with Lisa Gerrard and Brendan Perry floating among ambient sounds like lost royalty emerging from the woods and returning to their castle. They don't break a sweat over songs like "Children of the Sun" and "Amnesia," and neither will you.

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