Bizarre Uproar / Macronympha
(Trash Ritual - TRASH048) split 7-inch $10.00 (Out-of-stock)
Conflicted pairing of Dominance Aggression. Bizarre Uproar's unrefined Finnish harsh noise (along the lines of the ultra-violence sessions of Liha-Evankeliumi) vs. calculated composition of electronics and raw acoustics from one of the USA's strongest, Macronympha. Two counts of assault with difference of intent. Fold-over sleeve with two double-sided color inserts.
Cut-Ups, Drones And Other Weird
(Premier Sang - PS002) 2xLP $35.00
Recorded in 1993, previously released on CDR (Mother Savage 2007), edited in 2009 for this vinyl version. Transparent green vinyl. TEDIUM HOUSE BEST 0F 2010
(Industrial Recollections) CD $16.00 (Out-of-stock)
First-time CD reissue of SSS Productions’ 1992 cassette of this collaboration by noise masterminds with different approaches -- versatile Swiss aktionism meets brutal American harsh noise unit meets bleak, lo-fi UK industrial / power electronics.
(Trash Ritual - TRASH050) CD $12.00 (Out-of-stock)
The long-awaited CD reissue, originally released on vinyl by Praxis Dr. Bearmann in 1995 -- one of the key foundations of the contemporary direction of noise. "Rusted Steel And Rotted Flesh" is restored to its full, uncut length (just under 45 minutes). Edition of 500 copies. "Western Pennsylvania is a graveyard. No ideas or worthwhile activities exist in this decaying nightmare of horror and stupidity. Just hatred and broken lives. The native population is an indigenous mutation of inbred sickness and mental corruption. Someday everyone and everything here will die a miserable death. That day cannot come soon enough."
Sex and Death
(Hospital - HOS100) 7-inch $6.75
The ultimate dichotomy of thunder and scourge, fire and flood, iron and breast. Cock and bat... the hammering continues. Whoever dies with the most cumshots wins. Joe Roemer and Rodger Stella are joined here by Prurient’s Dominic Fernow. Classic transsexual art brut.
(Ljud & Bild Produktion) CD $15.00
Early ’90s recordings: rhythmic scrap metal opus “Almost Human,” with bizarre tortured vocals ring through the opening moments; the equally bombastic “Dead Frequency,” with looped, overdriven metal sounds; the less claustrophobic but still harsh “Tempus Interludium,” with eerie echo that builds slowly toward a growling finish; the smothering “Necromania,” which builds up to heavy pulses of harsh noise before ending abruptly. Edition of 300
The Tentacles Of The Octopus Sometimes Compete Against Each Other
(Pure) Used CD $6.00 (Out-of-stock)
“Ultra harsh ’n’ heavy distortion / noise / feedback cut-up collage … [by these] grenade-tossers,” says Second Layer. “Chopped up yet surprisingly rhythmic slabs of extremely abrasive frequency manipulation and chugging, rumbling scum tones…. Twenty tracks of crushing, intricately detailed electronic carnage.”