French composer and multi-instrumentalist known for blending many styles of music in his albums, including breakcore, baroque music, death metal, and trip hop.
And it came to pass, as soon as Gideon was dead, that the children of Israel
turned again, and went a whoring after Baalim, and made Baalberith their god.
Directed and commanded by another power. The power of darkness, which many
people do not believe exists. The power of the Devil. The power of Satan. The power of Baalberith.
Night music for haunted ballrooms and electric churches.
"It's a dusky, muted, vaguely cyberpunk affair, and introduces a fragile humanity that's often obscured by the album's search for unorthodoxy." - Vice/Noisey
"Thieves Hymn in D Minor has a powerful uniformity and is well-sequenced and arranged as a whole; part of its strength is that it feels like one monolithic work sinking deeper and deeper into oblivion like the slow destruction of the self." - Echoes and Dust
"Gorgeous chants are laid over electronic beats before Neal allows his own voice to stalk from the shadows with a delicate tone that is reminiscent of Portishead, WIFE and even post-punk at times. It’s an unusual approach to music, meshing the old and profound with new techniques, but it’s one that pays off and imbues Thieves Hymn in D Minor with an edge that is disturbing and gothic in its execution." - Cvlt Nation