All Are Guests In The House Of The Lord
(Hospital - HOS201) CD $13.50
The first collaboration between Prurient and Kevin Drumm is one of the darker records in either artist’s discography. Prurient (Dominick Fernow) has toiled in the fields of noise for over a decade and has developed an increasingly dynamic output incorporating darkly arranged synths. Using source sounds of intense tonal drones supplied by Drumm, the two create a haunted atmosphere that is far removed from noise, exploring minimal junctures, using field recordings and clean, patient vocals to lead the way. Subtle electronic textures combine with near-cinematic arrangements.
(Functional Organisation - FUNCTIONAL018) CD $16.50
A reworking of one of Prurient’s darkest works (originally released on cassette in 2011). Drones, industrial soundscapes, and ambient layers littered with noises and frightening ruptures. Abstract voices and gasps of air bubble to the top, perverse atonal bass tones swing back and forth.
(Hospital - HOS232) CD $13.75
Cocaine Death is a collects three of Prurient's limited edition 10-minute cassettes -- a triptych exploring the relationship between futile pleasure, substance and escape (escape being a myth): “Cocaine Death” is based on the glamor and destruction of toxic nightlife, and features guest vocals from FFH); “Caribbean Overdose” explores a different but strangely direct topic of the sexual reproductive life of plants; “Tylenol Murders” expands on the sounds of the others to further limits of cracked static, strained vocals and strange melodic loops. For the diehards, two unreleased tracks of Prurient are included. TEDIUM HOUSE BEST OF 2008.
(Von Archives - 017) 2xLP $30.00 (Out-of-stock)
An explosive and corrosive collaboration between Prurient and Nico Vascellari based on a project inspired by GG. Allin and Klaus Kinsky, with recordings of two epic live performances in Kiev and San Francisco and cover versions of Allin and Kinsky's works. Three sides of audio, one side silkscreened by Nico Vascellari.
(Groundfault) CD $12.00
For those who have grown immune to regular dunkings in steaming cauldrons of hot tar and hydrochloric acid (as pleasant a homeopathic remedy for ailments of the skin as they may be), Dominick Fernow sloshes 33 minutes of unbelievably thorny, hard-scouring noise, adding a new chapter to the Total Pain, Instant Death playbook. Here, the high-concentration electronic defects of Wolf Eyes meet the stroboscopic rainbows of distorto-screech that the Load Records crowd takes their shirts off for.
(Hospital - HOS266) LP $16.50
Vinyl edition of the collaboration tape originally released in an edition of 100 for a UK tour. Pulsing, heavy ambient electronics, with one new track not on the tape.
(Quasi Pop - QPOP07) 7-inch $9.00
Emotional, personal, almost intimate noise. No point in brutality and aggression without the human element, after all. Green vinyl. Edition of 350.
The History of Aids
(Hospital - HOS079) LP $16.50 (Out-of-stock)
Massive, textural, throbbing, destructive, electronic, feedback-drenched power electronics and industrial noise with heavily processed vocals and field recordings dealing with vulnerability. Uses Thirteenth Century love poems of Persian poet Rumi as lyrics. Originally released 2000 on CD. On vinyl for the first time.
(Von Archives - VON008) DVD $20.00 (Out-of-stock)
Field recordings from the northeastern extremity of Asia in the northern part of the Russian Far East, radio frequency scans, ambient landscapes. Apropos of one of the planet’s most desolate and extreme environments.
(Turgid Animal - TA248) 7-inch $7.50
Daydreams of the Victorian past via highly focused synth projections over a bed of crunched static, screamed vocals, children's song echoing from the bottom of a barrel. Creepy religious themes creeping in.
Wrapped In The Flame Of Illusion, Masked In The Clay Of Behavior
(Dais - DAIS028) 2x7-inch $10.00 (Out-of-stock)
Ambient power electronics recorded prior to the Bermuda Drain sessions. Destitute, vulnerable and sedate, reflective and rapt, the four compositions here throw away a decade of experience, only to start at Prurient's foundations. Orange and purple vinyl. Cover art by Genesis Breyer P-Orridge. Edition of 500.