Hailing from England, Current 93 (Real name: David Tibet, né Bunting) is an experimentalist who since the 1990s has dealt predominantly in Neofolk. Active since 1982, he has worked with members of Death In June, Coil and Throbbing Gristle, as well as Thomas Ligotti, Tiny Tim and Shirley Collins. Steven Stapleton of Nurse with Wound is also a regular collaborator, appearing on nearly every Current 93 release (and Tibet also regularly appears on Nurse with Wound releases). Recurring themes of his work include religion (primarily esoteric offshoots of Christianity), mythology, philosophy and nihilism.
Apocalypse How: Most of his works play with this trope in some way or another.
Apocalypse Wow: His end-of-the-world scenarios can get particularly bizarre or spectacular, from reality-destroying, malevolent boats to surrealistic displays brought about by angry dieties.
Arc Words: "Black Ships", "Menstrual night", "Imperium", "Arise arise, full of eyes, of eyes", "Baalstorm, sing Omega", "Theinmostlight"... loads of them, really, both arcs within albums and arcs linking albums.
Throw It In: At one point while recording the vocals of "The Bloodbells Chime," he struggled to keep his composition, then broke down sobbing mid-take. This was kept in, with an alternate take playing over it.