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T.A.C. - Chaosphere (Old Europa Café: OECD170)
Finally available for the very first time, exactly 15 years from its completion, here it is T.A.C.'s lost album "Chaosphere". Recorded between November 1997 and February 1998 in New York City, "Chaosphere" was planned to be the sequel of "Apotropaismo" (also out on OEC) disclosing, in typical T.A.C. style, the "other side" of that album: gone were the lush and varied instrument array leaving room for a grey and menacing cloud of analogue electronics and sparse ambient samples.
For this realization T.A.C. consisted of band mastermind Simon Balestrazzi alone, working mostly on his freshly rescued VCS3 synthesizer and a few other devices and under the heavy influence of Andrej Tarkovskij's masterpieces Solaris and Stalker.Due to Balestrazzi sudden relocation back to italy the master tapes lay in a box for several years and after that even some format issues prevented them from being retrieved. Until now. So finally here is Chaosphere and you can hear once again T.A.C. visionary and evocative signature sound again."Chaosphere", the follower to "Apotropaismo", will finally be released on OEC.Pure analogue industrial-ambient of the old era.. $8.00

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Taint - Indecent Liberties CD (Industrial Recollections: IR-TILCD)
Re-issue of 1995 power electronics classic! Originally on LP in an edition of 199 copies on the now defunct Praxis Dr. Bearmann, this remains one of the most sought after and highly prized of all Taint releases.. $12.77

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Taphephobia - Ghostwood CD (Cyclic Law: 103rdCycle)
New deeply introspective album by Norway’s Taphephobia. Opting for a slightly cleaner sonic palette than previous releases using less processed sounds and a more natural sounding approach to his guitar work, Ketil Soraker pushes what is now considered as Taphephobia's signature sound. In the vein of his previous Cyclic Law release “Escape From The Mundane Self”, we are submerged in a skillful combination of lush ambient guitar passages, sonic abstractions and processed flute. “Ghostwood” is a most personal hymn to experiencing the solace of the northern forest. Artwork by NIHIL.. $14.33

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Taphephobia & Kave - Monuments CD (Cyclic Law: 109thCycle)
On this special collaboration album, both artists have showcased their unique take on atmospheric soundscapes. A soundtrack to vast, imagined uninhabited landscapes, unexplored and untouched by mankind. We’re given a bleak glimpse into a hidden world, both mentally and physically. The two long monumental tracks induce a calm, ominous and introspective setting, perfectly suited to drift within these envisioned barren lands.
Edition of 300 copies in 4 panel Digipak.. $14.33

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Teatro Satanico - Der Tod in Venedig CD (UFA Muzak: UFA72)
Re-edition of the self-released CDr album from 2011, Der Tod in Venedig collects previously unreleased tracks from dead projects that got aborted between 2009 and 2011, plus 2 tracks recorded in studio, and 1 live track at TNT Club / Milan in 2013. All tracks was reconstructed & mixed in 2016, which means this is essentially a brand new album. In A5 packaging, lmtd 172 copies.. $11.67

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Teatro Satanico - Friends & Fiends CD (Old Europa Café: OECD231)
A dozen Post-Synth-Industrial-Elektronic tracks devoted to or inspired by various people like Ulrike Meinhof, Maria De Naglowska, Giuseppe Pansardi e Leonarda Cianciulli, Ilse Koch, Yves Klein, Lorenzo Viani, Mary Millington, Joris-Karl Huysmans and others. Indeed the tracks follow ever-changing passages and variations. Some of the tracks are new and unreleased. Others have been previously released in different formats, such as vinyl, but are now featured in totally different versions, completely re-composed and re-recorded, making this is a completely new album.Ltd x 300 copies in a digipak. Rhythmic pulsations and rubbery synths alternating between casually melodic and strangely ominous. Blackened Industrial Pop for fans of early Pan(a)sonic and Suicide?. $12.88

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Templum N.R. - Spectrum CCCXC: Transitio CD (Aural Hypnox: AHUE05)
This is the very first official release of Templum N.R. The work was initiated already back in 2005, but it was not until February 2015 that the final touches were given in the secret Chamber 817.07., built on archaic crossroads.
The musical and visual material of Templum N.R. comes from the very depths of the Templum members; their travels in the Spheres of Otherness are presented in ‘Spectrum CCCXC: Transitio’ through obscure electronics, synthetic drones, odd rhythmic patterns, pulsing melodies and various manipulated field recordings dating back over a decade.The intention of these two, long-lasting psychedelic movements is to travel deep inside the subconsciousness and foster understanding of the Formless Sacrifice. Where this work resounds, the Otherness is unleashed. A meeting with the Guardian of the Veil awaits.
The album is enclosed in a customized and screen printed Sublunar series cardboard covers, including four two-sided insert cards. Limited to 300 copies.. $14.33

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Templum N.R. - Spectrum DCXCIII: Poison Portals CD (Aural Hypnox: AHUE07 CD)
On one hazy night I met an elderly man sitting in an old wooden chair. He was wearing an elegant white suit and I could not help noticing the simple white lines in his fore- and middle fingers. In the remaining fingers he had circles. The pitch-black sand of the shore absorbed all the light from the sky. Regardless, I saw fifty-meter-high waves crashing down behind him – and at the same time, they remained static.
‘Spectrum DCXCIII: Poison Portals’ has a luring, fatal beauty of its own. Redirecting, throbbing analog electronics, slowly swallowing droning textures and sinuous rhythms are accompanied with eternal, eerie melodies – all reeking of the primordial pleasures. Obscure radio transmissions and telepathic resonances are emerging from the parallel universes and will sink you even deeper into the ignorance of your very self or towards the ravishing beauty of transformation.
The other worlds and realities are present both in sound and vision; A triple-bladed iron dagger, brought to this world through trancework. Assume its form, pass the Poison Portals, and continue until the opposites intermingle and known territories vanish beneath the colossal waves.
This CD version also includes the previously limited ‘The Mass Rattle’ ep with tracks ‘The Viscous Tomb Liquid’ and a Telepath Remix of the ‘I am His Sacrifice’.
The album is enclosed in a customized and screen printed Sublunar series cardboard covers, including five two-sided insert cards. Limited to 300 copies.. $14.33

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Templum N.R. - T.o.V. Improvisations XCII-XCIII CD (Aural Hypnox: AHUE06CD)
The musical improvisations of T.o.V. derive from Umbra-visitation sessions held in the Temple of Mercurial Orgies and Room Luna Lake between 2014 and 2015. The concept of the album has been evolving within the minds of the Templum N.R. members for the past twenty years, so perhaps it is not proper to talk of this as their latest release. Linear time and Templum N.R. do not walk hand in hand and their rituals cannot be measured in hours but in years.
Compared to their previous release ‘Spectrum CCCXC: Transitio’, this album is based on a more analog-organic approach than an analog-digital-synthetic. The four echoing Hymns of Otherness are here to awake the ghosts dwelling within; join the Stagnant Dance and meet the Carcass of Formations – the shrieks are heard from beyond.
This CD version includes a ‘Grave Gravitation: Transitio XCV’ ep which came earlier exclusively as a part of ‘T.o.V. Improvisations XCII-XCIII’ special edition. Two tracks of pure oscillating power – minimalistic, wrathful modular drones, where multitude of hidden harmonics meets a choral of transforming frequencies.
The album is enclosed in a customised and screen printed Sublunar series cardboard covers, including six two-sided insert cards. Limited to 300 copies.. $14.33

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TenHornedBeast/Husere Grav - Ten Graves (Peripheral Records: PR004)
Split between heavyweight drone / doom expert, TenHornedBeast, and relative Texas based newcomer and mysterious doom-monger, Husere Grav (who has so far released material on 'Small Doses', 'Prison Tatt' and 'Not Not Fun', to name but a few). An uncompromisingly dark and doom fueled album, distinctly funereal but ultimately transcendent and with the all the hallmarks of a classic!Limited to 250 copies in a digipak, with artwork by Nikita Evsuk (Fear Konstruktor).. $8.00

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Terra Sancta - Anno Domini (Self-released: Terra01)
This self released debut preceeded the astonishing Aeon on Malignant. As Richard Stevenson wrote in Spectrum 5 (since he's a better writer than myself); " Takes it's cue from from stunning acts like Raison D'Etre and Desiderii Marginis...sparse, textural soundscapes, deathly drawn out keyboard melodies, and smatterings of sampled )predominantly) female choir vocals. Shows massive potential and promise, as realized with Aeon and then Disintegration.. $6.00

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Terra Sancta - Disintegration (Malignant: TumorCD35)
Four years after the release of the highly acclaimed Aeon CD, Disintegration finds Australia’s Terra Sancta in fine form, having delivered another sweeping, dark ambient epic. Expanding on the sounds explored on his previous releases, Disintegration pushes the levels of intensity to new heights, featuring four long and texturally turbulent emissions of formidable power and depth. With it’s enormous washes of stormy drones and billowing, multi-layered atmospheres, these are tracks that grow and build to such a degree they seem to collapse and erode under their own weight, strewing particles into a vast horizon and creating a broad panorama of ever changing desert colored hues. A completely enveloping and engulfing release, this is dark ambient on a massive scale, something Terra Sancta seems to have a knack for creating and something few do so well. Jewel box with 6 panel booklet, designed by Vestigial.. $5.00

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Terra Sancta - Exile (Malignant: TumorCD69)
6 years have passed since the last full length Terra Sancta release, and time has treated Australia’s preeminent dark ambient export well. Exile finds Greg Good revisiting some of the more orchestral elements that made up his Malignant debut, Aeon, but wrapping them up in the sweeping, sand blasted drones and windswept textures that defined the latter releases, Disintegration and the 2011’s CDEP, Sunken|Buried|Forgotten. The interplay is perfectly conceptualized and executed…immense, lightless ambience with piercing slivers of beauty and serenity breaking through dense clouds of swirling dust and monoliths of blackened synth hum. What has stayed constant is the massive scale in which Terra Sancta operates. This is at once majestic and panoramic, yet desolate and abyssal, drifting in varied and continuous shades of desert and earthen colors, the track titles revealing the nature of the sounds: Empire of Ashes..., ...Kingdom of Dust, Celestial Extinction (featuring Rasalhague), The Desolate Land, Descent II, Vanishing Point, End Path. In beautiful 6 panel eco-wallet designed by Kerry Braud (Rasalhague/Maculatum).. $10.77

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Terra Sancta - Sunken|Buried|Forgotten CDEP (Malignant: TumorCD51)
A brand new CDEP from Terra Sancta, originally planned as part of the next full length release, but the tracks here are significantly different from the newer material being recorded as to warrant a separate release. Sunken|Buried|Forgotten should be seen as a sort of bridge between Terra Sancta's past and future recordings, the three tracks here (total time roughly 23 minutes) representing the heavy droning sound found on particular parts of Disintegration; swaths of roughly textured, post-industrial drift, propelled forth with a massive back weight into a crescendo of epic turbulence, leaving a wake of swirling cosmic debris in its path. Once again, Terra Sancta shows an innate ability to push the limits of what is traditionally considered dark ambient. 4 panel digipak, lmtd 500 copies.. $3.00

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Testicle Hazard - Python in the Bowl (Freak Animal: FreakCD67)
Testicle Hazard full length CD is duo of Tommi Keränen and Lasse Marhaug. Already on top of the current harsh noise. TH did something usual: They went to real studio. Loud amplifier blasting highly textured. rough and noisy distorted wreckage. yet the overall atmosphere goes way beyond the usual line-in fuzz walls found on many releases these days. Top quality noise assault and this unusual angle towards recording of harsh noise makes this album essential to check out.. $5.00

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Tethrippon - Tethrippon (Ahnstern: Ahnstern36)
Tethrippon is the chariot of Apollon Hellenic God of light. Burning like the desire of a proud man for universal harmony and beauty, it rides eternally the skies. Those who are not blinded by arrogance or the ultimate light can verify the gentle meaning of our hymns and their noble purpose. Tethrippon’s composition and poetry bring warmth to civilized and delicate hearts and a nostalgia for what is missing from a romantic man’s internal search for an ideal world. Inspired by "Hellenic learning" and dedicated to the holy memory of our glorious forefathers. Rest in peace in the eternal skies! All lyrics are sung in Old-Greek, a language that died out 2300 years ago! A new power for the Martial generation - the essence of Dernière Volonté, Triarii and early Dead Can Dance! Digipak.. $3.00

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The [Law-Rah] Collective & Cinema Perdu - Invocation CD (Ant-Zen: Raub036)
Contains two tracks from each act, as well one one collaborative track. Miminal drones and subtle textural movements that are introspective and meditative and require attention and thought,. $8.00

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The New Blockaders​/​Vortex Campaign​/​Coil - The Melancholy Mad Tenant CD (Infinite Fog: IF-55)
n 1984 VORTEX CAMPAIGN invited COIL and THE NEW BLOCKADERS to collaborate. The result, which was unofficially referred to as Dolbied, was released privately on cassette in an edition of 50. The release has since gone on to become legendary, showcasing two of the most influential groups in the scene at the early stages of their development. The Melancholy Mad Tenant is an authorized release, sanctioned by all three groups. The tracks have been professionally re-mastered and in addition to the COIL/THE NEW BLOCKADERS/VORTEX CAMPAIGN collaboration it also contains the entire VC archive, including two previously unreleased tracks.. $13.99

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Theologian - Pain of the Saints 2CD (Malignant: TumorCD76)
5 years have passed since Navicon Torture Technologies' 2009 masterpiece finale, The Gospels of the Gash, and the last time Lee Bartow recording something specifically for release on Malignant, so it is with great honor and pride that he is welcomed back into the fold. During this span, primary releases on Crucial Blast and Handmade Birds have established and solidified his "new" project, Theologian, as a consistent and fruitful source for epically scaled and sprawling industrial soundscapes, and the 2CD set Pain of the Saints continues that trend, laying forth a dizzying 2 ½ + hours of music. Once again, Bartow has sculpted an impeccable and highly detailed excursion into tortured yet brilliant realms, where contrails of burning frequencies and blackened atmospheres intersect with densely concentrated rhythmic pulsations, ethereal, blissed-out shimmer, and the majestic monoliths of smoldering, post-apocalyptic desolation. There's a lot to absorb here, but the focus is precise even as the palate of sounds is broad and varied, a true testament to the deft skills of someone who's spent the last 15 plus years creating some of the most inventive and revolutionary sounds in modern industrial music.
Largely produced in collaboration with Fade Kainer (STATIQBLOOM, BATILLUS), and featuring the core trio of Lee M. Bartow, Matt Slagle, and Kainer, Pain of the Saints also includes contributions from David Castillo (PRIMITIVE WEAPONS/WHITE WIDOWS PACT), Joan Hacker (FACTORIA/HEROINE), Christiana Key (DELPHIC ORACLE), Matthew Melnick (DARKSIDE NYC/ex-DISASSOCIATE), Eric Morgan (A PALE HORSE NAMED DEATH), Jessica Way (WORM OUROBOROS/BARREN HARVEST), and more.
Lyrically and thematically it represents Bartow's rallying cry against Christianity and more specifically Catholicism — an "Anti-Theist manifesto" — and sonic diatribe exposing hypocrisy within the church and a broader questioning of what sainthood means. In his own words, "...in many cases, it seems almost like a prerequisite for Sainthood is to suffer at the hands of the Church. It was common to imprison, torture, execute anyone with ideas that ran contrary to what the Church dictated, to brand them as a heretic or a witch, or an apostate, and then end their lives using some of the most brutal methods humans have ever conceived. Then, the ultimate hypocrisy: to turn around and dub these victims of the Church as saints, centuries after having murdered them."
In luxurious 8 panel DVD Digipak with stunning artwork, mastered by John Stillings.
. $8.00

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Theologian - Some Things Have to Be Endured (Crucial Blast: CBR104)
Re-stock! The latest offering from NY synth-death master Theologian (aka Leech, also the mastermind behind the renowned power electronics/death industrial outfit Navicon Torture Technologies), Some Things Have To Be Endured features eight new tracks of punishing black industrial, apocalyptic darkwave frequencies, and nerve-rending electronic deathscapes. Endured is a collection of collaborations between Theologian and a lineup of female vocalists/artists from both within the industrial / noise / dark ambient / coldwave realm and beyond, with contributions from Rachael Kozak (Hecate), Kristen MacArthur (Sewer Goddess), Rachel Maloney (Tonikom), Nikki Telladictorian (Prometheus Burning), Patricia Benitez (Fetish Drone), Gillian Leigh Bowling (Teloahqaal), Christiana Key (Delphic Oracle), Joan Hacker (Factoria), Shari Vari (Void Vision), and professional opera singer Melissa C. Kelly. The tracks shift from grinding industrial dread to ethereal coldwave beauty, blasts of rumbling blackened synthcrush met with washes of haunting electronic melody, while always remaining rooted in Theologian's bleak, jet-black industrial sound. Co-produced with Derek Rush/DREAM INTO DUST and mastered by James Plotkin, Some Things Have To Be Endured contains some of the most moving and dramatic music to emerge from Theologian's black sonic abyss, and the album comes adorned with striking photography by Ione Rucquoi that makes this one of the more visually arresting releases in Theologian's growing catalog.. $10.00

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Theologian - The Chasms Of My Heart (Crucial Blast: CBR98)
On Theologian's debut album for Crucial Blast The Further I Get From Your Star..., Leech established a new trajectory for his unique brand of pitch-black, rhythm-heavy industrial music that he'd previously explored with Navicon Torture Technologies. Under this new name, the power electronics and death industrial influences were merged into even darker, more majestic sounds, crafting something that was significantly more atmospheric than his work with NTT, while also reaching into new extremes of experience. On Theologian's latest, The Chasms Of My Heart, this sound is perfected, incorporating more melody and percussion into the long, oppressive dead-world ambience and pummeling electronic doomscapes, and it's one of the best albums that Leech has brought us.
Chasms opens with what may be Theologian's most stirring and evocative piece of music to date, a monumental end-time dirge titled "Abandon All Hope" that starts off as a swirling ocean of blackened synthesizer roar before morphing into the sound of pounding metallic percussion and skull-rattling bass frequencies. At first, it's the sort of pitch-black apocalyptic death-synth heaviness that Theologian has long claimed as its own, but when the layered vocals begin to pour in, soaked in distortion and climbing skyward in a gloriously miserable multi-part harmony above an eerie minor-key hook, this heaviness is transformed into something new. Like some kind of hellish fusion of industrialized shoegaze and thunderous power electronics, "Abandon All Hope" reveals a new side to Theologian's black-hole sound that is explored further throughout these eight tracks.
There's no shortage of Theologian's trademark black ambience, though. The frantic clanking rhythms on "We Can't All Be Victims" becomes a backdrop to a maelstrom of monochrome drone and howling demonic noise, obscuring the nightmarish cacophony of choral voices and screaming feedback and epic strings buried deep below; and "Starvation Is A Legitimate Weapon Of War" appears as an ocean of abyssal low-end churn and rumble that spreads out into infinity, leading into the crushing orchestral power of "My Body Is Made Of Ash...I Live As Ash", where titanic distorted synth-pulses echo up from vast, lightless depths and achingly beautiful strings drift in on clouds of kosmiche shimmer, evoking images of monstrous crematoriums belching smoke and cinder into the skies, extinguishing the sun as raging vocals rise and war-drums begin pounding relentlessly in the blackness.
This album also has some of Theologian's most celestial music, like on the deep-space power electronics transmissions of "Bed Of Maggots" and the final track, both of which begin to resemble the sound of Tangerine Dream blasting out of the heart of a dead black star.
Every track on Chasms - from the more minimal abyssal dronescapes to the thunderous percussive power of the opener - exudes a kind of dark majesty, perfectly blending in the vague orchestral sounds (strings, choral voices, synthetic horns) with the more abrasive and noisy textures that seep from every corner of the album. It's one of the finest slabs of apocalyptic electronic / industrial music that I've ever heard, and certainly a new high point in Leech's long career in the PE/industrial/noise underground.
The CD release of Chasms comes in a six-panel DVD-size digipack illustrated with Leech's striking artwork. The Chasms shirt is a double-sided design printed in grey/black inks.. $10.00

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Theologian - The Further I Get From Your Star, The Less I Feel Light on MyFace (Crucial Blast: CBR87)
The Further I Get From Your Star, The Less Light I Feel On My Face is the latest chapter from New York power electronics/synth-death demon Leech. This is the first full-length, widely available release from Leech's new incarnation as Theologian, which picks up where he left off with his long-running project Navicon Torture Technologies. Over the past decade, Navicon Torture Technologies blurred the edges of power electronics and dark industrial on albums like The Church Of Dead Girls (2002, Malignant), VTERVS (2008, NCC) and The Gospels Of The Gash (2009, Malignant) before ceasing operations in 2009. Now reconstituted as Theologian, Leech again explores the further realms of experience with a new form of blackened synth dread that combines many of the sounds that made up NTT's crushing electronic attack (Swedish death industrial, classic power electronics, harsh noise, powernoise) with a new level of heaviness and droneological power. Following a series of small-run collaborations (with Wilt, Steve Moore, and The Vomit Arsonist) that were released on Leech's own label Annihilvs, Theologian delivers it's first full-length album, a seven-track descent into roaring, cosmic drone and howling black hole electronics, colossal industrial soundscapes and grim low-end heaviness. The opening track "Zero" sounds like early space music (Schulze, Tangerine Dream, etc) being blasted through massive bass-heavy sound system directly into the Void; its followed by the sprawling twenty-four minute "In Times of Need, We All Go Against Our Natures", which starts with distant twilight factory rumblings and murky motorized reverberations, then slowly reveals a bleak, shadowy realm of grimy minor-key synths slowly drifting underneath the industrial buzz and hum, both mysterious, and immensely grim. After a few minutes, eerie choral voicings begin to appear, and the sound continues to slowly develop into a vast expanse of lush isolationist ambience, a simple three-note melody repeating over and over deep beneath the peals of muted electronic tones, distant grinding, hushed whispering, and oncoming waves of black feedback, becoming darker and more menacing as it goes on. Then a male voice appears off in the background, awash in delay, forming these haunting multi-part harmonies that drift beneath the smoldering electronic noise; after a while, it almost sounds like something from Sigur Ros slowly falling into Stygian blackness, the singing becoming warped and fractured as the swirling black synths corrode and decay into a buzzing, churning field of irradiated drone, getting heavier, more distorted, until the final eight minutes finally form into a wash of blackened doom-drone heaviness surrounded with icy synth pulses, eerie choral voices, grinding industrial dread, and fearsome distorted screams, a sort of pitch-black power electronics dirge...That epic track may be the album's heaviest moment, but the rest of Your Star is just as bleak and lightless. Another massive slab of murky, molten ambience unfolds with "Unfamiliar Skies", where sheets of glacial string-like drones swirl beneath blown-out synthesizer rumble, and a simple rhythmic throb pulses at the black rotting center, surrounded by clouds of crackling static, and gradually becoming streaked with oscillating sine waves and heavy gusts of black distortion. The title track is blighted isolationist drone shattered by the burning descent of black stars falling from the skies, underscored by a gorgeous, wavering blissed-out drone; halfway through, it shifts gears into hallucinatory, dark wave-infected power electronics with ultra-distorted demonic/robotic vocals and super dense walls of deteriorating drone and sepulchral synthesizer. The remaining tracks move through roaring melodic drift, wailing distorted vocals, and seriously acerbic distortion that combine into mantras of narcotized power electronics, throbbing black machine pulsations, chthonic ambience laced with metallic ringing, eerie sublimated melodies and deep low-end bone-rattling churn, at times sounding really soundtrack-esque, even resembling a more apocalyptic, deformed take on John Carpenter's film score work at times. The hidden final track "The Fragility Of The Male Ego..." finishes the album with a crushing industrial dirge sculpted out of droning feedback and overdriven distortion, as caustic as anything that's come before, with a very subtle dark wave quality lurking beneath the scorched electronics that makes this sound somewhat like hearing a Projekt Records track being remixed by a Japanese noise extremist. Like Navicon, Theologian combines several different disciplines of industrial into a signature sound, a doom-laden hybrid of death industrial and power electronics and black ambience that's spliced with a constant melodic presence; the music is harsh, often hellish, but accentuated by an icy, desolate beauty that gives The Further I Get From Your Star, The Less Light I Feel On My Face it’s unique, abyssal vibe.The album is being released on Cd in deluxe dvd-style digipack packaging with striking artwork and visual design by Leech. $10.00

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Theologian & STROM.ec - Hubrizine (Malignant: TumorCD68)
Proper and overdue re-issue of a limited edition 12cassette on Annihilvs released back in 2012. Hubrizinewas two years in the making and features sourcematerial by Finland's mighty STROM.ec, undoubtedlyheralded as masters of the PE oeuvre, as reinterpretedand re-engineered by Theologian, in celebration of ashared appreciation for the works of Philip K. Dick.From the opening moments, what immediately strikesyou is that this probably isn't what you thought itwas going to be, given the history of both acts.Sure, there are a good deal of passages of volatilityand focused intensity as you might expect, but theyare complimented by an equal amount of passages ofhallucinatory ambience and cold, serene atmospherics.It's this very dichotomy that makes this such amasterful recording, and listening to it one sittingbecomes almost mandatory just to wrap your head aroundthe mind fuckery that unravels over its 7 tracks, ascelestial drift and horizon filling textures collidewith sudden eruptions of militantly hostile vocals,machine clatter, blistering frequency pulsations andwrithing distortion. The title track is clearly thecenterpiece here...an epic and sprawling 18 minutetrack of climatic and shimmering drones thatdisintegrates into corrosive generator hum andcontorted loops with an insane vocal outburst thatrivals any STROM.ec output ever created. Hubrizineclearly takes heavy electronics in a direction wherefew have dared go, and few will ever match. In fold out presentation folder with artwork by Andre Coelho(Sektor 304).. $4.00

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The Red Path - The Stele Ov Il-Zar-Mal-Giel CDr (Noctivagant: Noc33)
This release is a project of Edgar Kerval (Emme Ya) and as with Edgar's project it presents more then music. These are invocations and there is deep dedication, practice and sacrifice to create his many projects. The Red Path is no exception. The method of the formulas hidden behind this album is veiled under Syncretic Alignment corresponding with qliphothic God-forms within the night side tree in order to locate and focus upon the Pure Forms of the primal structures below the 11 pillars of fire. The application of this method in ritual and meditation dwells within the Individual Inspiration of Lucid Dreams and Visions which will teach you Hidden Names and Sigils of the qliphoths and the serpent of wisdom ascending directly from the night tree to all your being. This is a powerful gateway to the obtaining of the Visions of the primigenian gods of the tree and its communion with the shadows of man. Creating a mysterious stele known as the one of "The Stele Ov Il-Zar-Mal-Giel"(Ascension Ov the Black Serpent).. $8.67

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The Rita - Ballet Feet Positions (Old Europa Café: OECD193)
The Rita’s new full length work is a complex work of obsessive research on discipline, elite beauty, and suffering in the world of Ballet. The first of 2 lengthy tracks slowly builds up over-the-top harsh noise machinery that brings Sam McKinlay’s (BT.HN, Vice Wears Black Hose, Black To Comm) classic trademark that crowned him as the godfather of harsh noise wall, with a monolithic build up of violence and intensity. The second track is a power electronics rework of the the same sounds executed by Insubria hostile electronic unit CALIGULA031 that mixed all material with analogue / modular sounds and in your face vocals, underlining different possibilities of textural processing. The original sound sources are from Vancouver's Kelly Davis, who rigorously went through various feet positions and movements of classical ballet while a Traumatone contact microphone was rigged with a knee support brace to the side of her knee / thigh to capture the sounds of any hint of movement. McKinlay finds that the totemic fetishism and the subtle resonances of the female voice as they describe the topic(s) help to bury the listener into all that is woman, especially as the samples shift into the symmetry of a female dancer’s recorded movement. Ltd x 300 copies in a digipak, with a 12-page book including text from SImone Paget and Marco Deplano (Wertham).. $13.77

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The Vault - Transfiguration CD (Fall of Nature: FN12)
Light devouring, arcane Death Industrial from Canada's The Vault. Six compositions evoking tension and dread. Sombre black murk to drive one into throes of abjection, not dissimilar to the template laid out by Swedish and Italian genre progenitors. This seemingly accursed release has been in the works for some time on the label's end, and Fall Of Nature is proud to finally present this on a limited edition compact disc.. $10.66

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The Vomit Arsonist - An Occasion for Death (Malignant: TumorCD67)
When one looks at the hierarchy of US power electronics and death industrial, few names belong at the top like Rhode Island’s The Vomit Arsonist. The project of Andrew Grant since 2004, time has seen The Vomit Arsonist evolve into a major force, channeling aggression, negativity, and spite, and molding it into a focused, pinpoint display of barely restrained power and purely dark emotion. The 7 tracks found An Occasion for Death encapsulate this to near perfection, blending bleak, atmospheric drones and ominous synth layers with distorted frequency grind, mechanized rhythms, looping pulsations, and vocals that cut through the mix with unbridled animosity and ferocity. A welcome, and perhaps overdue addition to the Malignant roster. In 6 panel digipak, mastered by Steel Hook Audio.. $10.00

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The Vomit Arsonist - Meditations On Giving Up Completely CD (Malignant: TumorCD106)
Anyone familiar with The Vomit Arsonist’s past body of work should know to expect a healthy dose of negativity and hopelessness with every release, but never has that been more true than with his 5th full length, Meditations on Giving Up Completely. There is no reinvention of the sound and no veering off course, but rather a narrowing of the sonic palette, condensed into a continual free-fall of complete despair and nihilism. As Andy Grant described it, Meditations is a release about "futility, failure, and no longer being able to find even a shred of worth in humanity". That mindset is perfectly captured and reflected in the stripped down, monolithic nature and sheer dense weight of the 7 tracks here, where distant furnace blasts and scraping metal abrasions churn amidst toxic fumes and opaque, polluted murk, the vocals roaring through the mix in thick sheets of distorted fury. Those with a fragile mental state may want to steer clear of this one, but for those that find solace with the curtains drawn or at the end of a rope, Meditations on Giving Up Completely is unwavering in its direction and resolute in its approach.. $10.67

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The Vomit Arsonist - Only Red CD (Malignant: TumorCD77)
Two years after "An Occasion For Death", Andrew Grant's The Vomit Arsonist returns with a vengeance with his second full length for Malignant, "Only Red". Inspired and galvanized by Brighter Death Now's US shows in 2014, Grant's latest takes on an even more visceral and dynamic feel than works past, and is unquestionably the heaviest thing he's ever done. If An Occasion for Death showed moments of self discipline and hints of subtlety, no such restraint exists here, as everything about this record feels amped up to an entirely new realm of intensity. This is The Vomit Arsonist in full attack mode, as explosive and bludgeoning percussion loops emerge from a churning, monolithic pit of corrosive electronics, menacing transformer buzz, chain dragging atmospherics, and gasping machine exhalations. Throw in a heavy dose of processed, acidic vocals and the whole record becomes an adrenaline fueled ride,wrought with tension, extreme nihilism, and palpable hostility. With Only Red, Grant has laid down a new flag at the summit of an already impressive catalog. Final track is a remix of Go Without featuring Kristoffer Oustad. In 6 panel digipak, mastered by John Stillings.

"Only Red is a dark, moody work able to draw on convention and coax forth new sounds, constantly pushing back boundaries and redrawing the boundaries of death industrial. Stomping power electronics, wispy dark ambient and unrelenting noise come together in Grant’s most successful balancing act yet, and perhaps his first moment of real greatness". Toilet ov Hell.. $10.66

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Thirdorgan - Komposition for Chimera CD (L-White: LW097)
Finally, after 15 years again on L.White Records, Japan's old school industrial noise band THIRDORGAN presents his new work with a limited CD edition of 100 copies.Komposition For Chimera impresses with about 70 minutes of finest experimental harsh industrial noise. The masterpiece was mastered by none other than Tommi Keranen.. $13.67

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Thisquietarmy - Phantom Limbs/Luftpost CD (Infinite Fog: KSZ014)
thisquietarmy is a one-man experimental music project from Montreal, Canada. Active since 2005, he constantly furthers the boundaries of his sonic guitar experimentation to create an impressively wide range of dynamic soundscapes by combining textural & structural elements of ambient/electronic, drone/noise, shoegaze/industrial, post-punk/krautrock, black/doom metal throughout his prolific discography of over 30 releases on 20+ different labels worldwide such as Consouling Sounds, Denovali Records, Aurora Borealis, Shelter Press & Alien8 Recordings. thisquietarmy has also collaborated with the likes of Aidan Baker (Nadja), André Foisy (Locrian), Monarch, Noveller, Syndrome (Amenra),Year Of No Light & more. With such a prolific body of work and close to 400 live performances in 30+ countries in North/South America, Europe & Asia, thisquietarmy is a pioneer of the experimental music scene emerging from Canada INFINITE FOG KSZ 014. $11.66

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Tholen - Sternklang (Cyclic Law: 20th Cycle)
The second of two latest signings and releases on Cyclic Law. One long track of astral drones and deep space drift, with wispy tendrils of ice cold tones and floating textures.. $12.99

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T.O.M.B. - Third Wave Holocaust (Black Plagve: Infect13)
Active for over a decade and with releases on Fall of Nature, Todestrieb, and Crucial Blast, Pennsylvania’s T.O.M.B. has come to embody the spirit of what Black Plagve is and was started for, pushing sound to the extreme by taking elements of dark ambient, noise, metal and death industrial and assembling them into powerful, blackened occult rituals. Built around field recordings that consist of cemetery desecrations, live crematory incineration's and disturbing, abandoned insane asylum ceremonies, everything is misshapen and deformed, twisted and crafted into harrowing episodes of hallucinatory, blood soaked rituals, demonic incantations, and waves of foul smelling textures.
10 tracks in total, some, such as Clairvoyant Frequencies, Electric Exorcism, or Vulgarity, with their dense reverberating churn, necrotized tones, and over modulated frequency abuse, fall into the power electronics vein. Others, such as the tribalistic Vom Voodoo, Na La Gore Na, and Tribute to Hanhua, are drenched in unholy atmospherics, with buried rhythms, clanging percussion and deathchant vocalizations. It’s all held together with a clenched, rotten fist, moving and writhing in perfect unison over its 50 time frame.
Another strong and welcome addition to the growing Black Plagve roster and a resounding reason why T.O.M.B. remains at the forefront of the “black noise” movement.Recommended for fans of MZ.412, Gnaw Their Tongues, DEATHSTENCH.. $5.00

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Tongdisklaktika - Transmigrations CD (Reverse Alignment: RA-14)
Mixing the dark monumental atmospeheres of b°tong, the Diskrepant soundscape collage and the most various forms of sound content delivered by Origami Galaktika finds us facing an abstract and pulsating entity. Being at close encounters touring, Chris Sigdell, Per Åhlund and Benny Braaten released Tongdisklaktika, a cooperative project that manifests itself beyond the ordinary and superlative. The pulsating art of Transmigrations binds you and still cross boundaries. If you dare. Go. Explore.. $12.67

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Tongue Kiss Hematoma - Sellf Titled CD (Filth & Violence: F&V170)
Debut release for this Finnish project operating inline with the rest of the Filth & Violence roster; raw, lo-fi heavy electronics and blistering noise with frantic, degenerate vocals, samples, and plenty of squelch and abuse.. $13.87

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Trama Afona - Self titled (Greytone: Grey004)
First formal release for this Rome based project - well structured, melodic, and very cinematic and theatrical in a stylized, well produced way (as opposed to a cheesy, horror movie soundtrack way), mixing ambient passages with gliding strings, field recordings, suspenseful atmospheres and just a touch of gothic sensibilties.. $6.00

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Trefle Noir - Villanelle du Diable CD (Rage in Eden: Rage113)
After working with Sven Mann on two LIYR's albums, Alexandra Nordrac started a dark ambient project TREFLE NOIR. Her first album " Villanelle du Diable" leads us into a dark and poetic universe. Inspired by French poetry from the 19th century, the texts lead us through the maze of death, near borders of the afterlife, witchcraft and madness, and all this on a dark and scary music, mixing of soundscapes, drones and percussions.. $12.67

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Trepaneringsritualen - Deathward, To the Womb CD (Cold Spring: CSR222CD)
Trepaneringsritualen’s long out of print debut release: Deathward, To The Womb finally sees a proper reissue on CD, and limited edition 12″ vinyl.
An invocation not so much of BABALON Herself, but of the tormented elemental of Frater T.O.P.A.N., and his fervent attempts to usher in the Æon of Horus.
In the lyrics – based on the texts of Frater T.O.P.A.N. on the Babalon Working – the perilous flame that is BABLON is called upon to ravage creation. She is asked to scorch the earth clean for the coming cosmic renovation. The Eternal Virgin would spring from Her womb. From Her love, the new divine man would be born. 70 years after the Bablon Working was deemed successfully concluded, its utter failure is painfully apparent.»All love songs are of me« She says. This is certainly true of the first five songs of Deathward, To The Womb. The final songs, All Hail The Black Flame, seem different altogether. In this guise, BABALON brings not solely love, but cataclysm; a holocaust brought upon the domain of Man. Manifested as the Black Flame, She reaches from a time before time, formless chaos, and rips apart the very fabric of the created worlds. Such is Her nature: two opposing principles; that of the nurturing mother, and that of the callous destroyer.
“She is flame of life, power of darkness – She destroys with a glance – She may take thy soul. She feeds upon the death of men"
Appended to the six original songs is a specially commissioned 12 minutes and 57 seconds long ritual work entitled “I Remember When I Was God” (included as download for the vinyl edition), and attributed to Teeraal Räum Pheynix. BABALON was summoned at Winter Solstice 2015 under the sign of ᚢ, with assistance from Alone In The Hollow Garden, A.I.L of Arktau Eos, Michael Idehall, KzR of Bölzer, Nÿland ii of Hadewych, and Æther. To destroy and to give life. We declare this ritual concluded and successful.. $12.67

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Trepaneringsritualen - Martyrium CD/7inch (Bestiarie: BestXVII)
Reissue of the long out of print album "Martyrium" by Trepaneringsritualen originally released by Small Doses on cassette in 2011. Remastered and now released on CD and 7" black vinyl in an edition of 275.Tracklist:
7".A Death Reveler 4:55
7".B Eucharist Of Piss & Shit 3:34
CD.1 The Blood Of The New Covenant 14:53
CD.2 Plague Of Persecution 14:55. $19.67

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Troum - Acouasme CD (Cold Spring: CSR213CD)
After the much praised collaboration with RAISON D’ETRE released summer 2015 (“De Aeris In Sublunaria Influxu”) and the final volume of the ‘Power Romantic’ trilogy with “Mare Morphosis” in late 2013, “Acouasme” is the first full length album from TROUM in over 2 years. With this album, TROUM wanted to go in a completely different direction, creating a ‘harsher’ and more ‘Industrial’ sounding album as a contrast to previous releases. But through the trademark troumatic machining, the final result doesn’t sound at all like standard harsh noise – it’s rather industrial noise as if filtered through a feverish dream, through a deranged perception. The six long tracks of pestering transrational drones on “Acouasme” sound like an aural psychiatric symptom, a humming hallucination leaving the stable reality.. $11.67

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Troum - AIWS (Transgredient: TR-05)
AIWS is the first full-length CD release from Troum since 2003. It covers studio-recordings composed from 2002-2005. These musicians have compiled some of their most favorable pieces through the years to be placed on this release. Presenting nine analogue (4 & 8 track) recorded compositions that lead the listener through vast feelings of beautifully deep melancholic and hypnotic states of mind. Composed with guitar-drones and harmonic phrases that are processed in various ways creating an atmosphere of the sublime and emotional meditative states that transcend listener to immerse within themselves. Ingredients: Sufi-songs, old vinyl-crackles, acoustic & e-guitars, e-bow, e-bass, voice & whisperings, accordion & flute. Stunning photography & design work by Alan McClelland(Eye.lyft). One of the most emotional and profound Troum releases to date now available on Transgredient Records. Dedicated to Eternity.. $11.00

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Troum - Mare Morphosis (Drone: TR-09)
"Mare Morphosis' forms the third & final part of Troum's so called 'Power Romantic' trilogy that started with 'Mare Idiophonika' in 2010. The basic materials & arrangements for this one long, epic piece were created from 2009-2013 and are partly based on the recordings for the 'Bach Eingeschaltet, Dritter Band' 7 inch dealing with experimental reworkings of J.S.BACH pieces, and to some extent used live in different programs. 'Mare Morphosis' stands out in the history of Troum studio-albums as their most symphonic, refined and orchestral effort so far. Cover photography by Paul Takahashi, graphic design by Tilmann Benninghaus (8 panel fold out digipack). First edition: 1000 copies.
"Mare morphosis definitely gives Troum’s music a new dimension, reflecting ancient waves, amplifying the power of Sehnsucht, drumming the drowning heart." [Denis Boyer / Fear Drop]. $11.50

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Troum - Ryna (Transgredient: TR-04)
This is the much-welcomed re-release of Troum's debut album, first released in an edition of 500 copies on Myotis Records in October 1998. "Troum is the next step in the evolution of Maeror Tri, taking the highly processed guitar ambiance of their previous venture and channelling it through a more tumultuous, volatile outlet... The general feel of the sounds here is reminiscent of the earth moving, tectonic plates in constant shuffle, the tracks building and then either shifting or worn away via attrition. It‘s as if Maeror Tri learned to fly through ingenuity, smoke and mirrors, while Troum has taken the ingenuity, smoke and mirrors and, somehow, grown wings." [Side-Line]. Presented in a stunning digipak.. $11.00

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Troum - Transformation Tapes: 20th Anniversary Celebration 1997-2017 2CD (Transgredient: TR-13)
For the 20th anniversary of the band, TROUM invited friends and admired artists from their own history to cover, reinterpret, reprocess, collage, morph or just be inspired by any of TROUM's basic material. After one year of collecting material the result is a unique compilation of 19 tracks with a wide range of creative approaches - much more than your standard "remix" collection. All exclusive tracks and new material. Featues: ALLSEITS, CONTRASTATE, V.O.S. (Yen Pox), VANCE ORCHESTRA, TARKATAK, RAISON D'ETRE, NADJA, MARTYN BATES with TROUM, MULTER, QST (Frans de Waard / Kapotte Muziek), URE THRALL, MYRRMAN (Sal Solaris), INADE, DUAL, BAD SECTOR, CISFINITUM, REUTOFF, MOLJEBKA PVLSE, and MARKOW C. 6-panel embossed double digipak with 16-page booklet.. $15.33

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Troum & Yen Pox - Mnemonic Induction CD (Transgredient: TR-11)
" 'All minds dream, and all dreams are flavored with madness...' Completely re-mastered re-issue of this much requested dark dream-opus from 2002, now bringing out more sound details inside the endless amorphous morass; 4 movements, 63+ min. long. Comes with NEW artwork by GYDJA incl. the 'dream essay' by R.B. HENSLEY that should be read accompanying during this subconscious/subsonic experience.
"How could this be anything but perfect? Two of the most capable ambient projects of the current generation doing what they do best: dark ambient. I'm tempted to say nothing except that this is exactly what you hope it will be. Dark, escalating, imperious walls and oceans of titanic sound. Swelling currents of icy miasma swirling endlessly on through a descending subterranean river five miles wide. It rumbles and groans and shudders for ages. How does one get so much depth out of sound? .... The listener can penetrate so far into this landscape. The tones are so elaborately pieced together that the forefront is gauzy, wispy, ghostlike. On the horizon are huge stone structures, mountains, tornadoes of power but far away and almost invisible to the ear. Affecting you only by subsonic booms that rattle the soles of your feet. You can almost step into this and turn around on your heels, face your room and watch your body recede as you slip slowly away on a living ocean of sound."
"German drone artist Troum and the American dark ambient project Yen Pox collaborate on one of the best albums released so far this year. Some might say that ‘Mnemonic Induction’ would make a great soundtrack for a film, and while that may be true, it would totally ruin the album. Other people’s images associated with this cd would never do it justice. Like they say, nothing can be worse (better than?) your own imagination, and such is the case here. The four long, untitled tracks have one thing in common, a deep brooding low end drone that gave my subwoofers a much needed work out. Layered over top are eerie wails and moans stretched out to inhuman lengths while bleak rumblings phase in and out. The best thing about this album is the way in which it is able to capture and hold your attention. Rather than becoming just good background music, it stays active, alternating between soaring expansiveness and claustrophobia. The slick digipack contains a paragraph about dreams and the separation of mind and body, but to use this CD as a dream aid, something to fall asleep to, would be a mistake. What the album does best is not to conjure strange dreams, but to evoke one’s waking memories, and associate the album with one’s own experiences. But try not to dwell on your bad stuff, this album deserves better." [Brainwashed 2002]. $12.50

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Trucido - Salvation (Autarkeia: ACD084)
Pre-Death Squad project. Salvation was originally designated for release in 1992 as part of a split tape with New York's Final Solution, however this was never realized. That material later was released on the Trucido cassette 1/4 1/2. The idea of Salvation though still needed to be explored. This cassette presents vocalization sound events that present themselves even today a unique perspective into the ideological warfare of faith/ intervention and salvation. 7 tracks, 21 min. of pure power electronics. Lmtd 150.. $12.66

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TSIDMZ - Ungern Von Sternberg Khan (Old Europa Café: OECD181)
Soundtrack for a tribute to Ungern Khan, to his fight against the world born from the French Revolution and to his attempt to establish a traditional order in the whole of Eurasia. A great mix of electronic, bombastic martial, neofolk, post-industrial and post-atomic music. 10 tracks plus a special video-track.Featuring a wide range of special guests like: Strydwolf, Barbarossa Umtrunk, Front Sonore, Suverana, Valerio Orlandini, Foresta di Ferro, Porta Vittoria, Le Cose Bianche, Corazzata Valdemone, voices from A. Dugin, C. Mutti and one text by the poet Boris Nad. Final mastering by Peter Andersson (Raison d' Etre). Art-work and video-track by Ro So Matix.. $8.00

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Tundra - Tajnie i Głębie (Zoharum: Zohar076-2)
Apart from countless reissues and new materials by renowned projects, Zoharum searches for new faces. This time it is a duo based in the same town as the label, namely Gdańsk, called Tundra - an electroacoustic project of Dawid Adrjanczyk and Krzysiek Joczyn, whose inspiration is, first and foremost, space, both in its physical manifestation and the spiritual meaning. Beside samples, field recordings and sound manipulation, they use acoustic instruments.
"Tajnie i Głębie" (Mysteries and Depths), their new recordings, is a temporary departure from the region of improvisation for the sake of studio work. The first full-length album of Tundra is a continuation of the previously chosen path; soundwise, it is based on the sonic contemplation of space. Here it is mostly of spiritual nature. The starting point situated in the subarctic region is left behind, and is replaced with wanderings among symbols scattered in the infinity. This path leads to a point which seems to be familiar to us, but it is not its beginning of the journey.
By using various means of expression, the duo reread the canon of experimental music and explore new sonic territories. Six compositions presented here serve the purpose of a soundtrack to imaginary journeys into places where peace and chill reign simultaneously. These are akin to more ethereal songs from the World Serpent realm, but also academic compositions or free improv. The sounds on "Tajnie i Głębie" lose tracks and inspirations luring the listeners with an ambiguous atmosphere at the same time.This 3-panel ecopak release is strictly limited to 350 copies.. $12.00

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Tunnels of Ah - Surgical Fires CD (Cold Spring: CSR226CD)
Following the sulphureous sting of 2015's 'Thus Avici', Tunnels Of Āh's third album, 'Surgical Fires' is a dense, fermentative working. Asemic vocals are sunk beneath an alienated electronic landscape of seismic drones and paranormal frequencies. Loss, gain, conflict, resolution, decay and transformation as an initiatory path is the current running through 'Surgical Fires'; the surgery alluded to in the title being psychic surgery. With original album artwork by Stephen Āh Burroughs (HEAD OF DAVID) and a vocal contribution from London-based ritual artist Soror Anji Cheung, 'Surgical Fires' is another singular Tunnels Of Āh release evasive of categorisation.. $11.67

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Tunnels of Āh (Head of David) - Lost Corridors (Cold Spring: CSR184CD)
Tunnels Of Āh is the new project of former Head of David vocalist Stephen Āh Burroughs. “Lost Corridors” is the first Tunnels Of Āh release and features Burroughs’ “industrial esoterica”, evoking the spirit of the pioneering underground experimental scene in the new dark age. This is psychick war.A mandatory release for those who worship at the altars of Coil, Psychic TV, Arktau Eos, Z’EV…. $12.00

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Tvlpa - Mountain of the Opposer CD (Malignant: TumorCD95)
TVLPA are an anonymous group of musicians from Gothenburg, Sweden. Their core members sorcerers working within the Draconian current of occultist Thomas Karlsson’s Left Hand Path initiatory order, the Dragon Rouge. A sigil of sound, each piece is assembled with intent, opening gateways and guiding the listener through passages inaccessible to all but the most resolute and fearless. What constitutes “Ritual Music”, really? The endless amounts of Ambient scores that serve as background fodder for little more than exercises in New Agey meditation, or carefully constructed compositions that not only require the listener to meet them halfway, but to become an active participant? TVPLA are brazenly among the latter.
“Mountain of the Opposer” is case in point. While undeniably Industrial in approach, there is a hypnotic quality to each of the nine tracks. Undulating electronic howls meet pulsating rhythms, voices appear as waning mist, ripple and swell, then recede into the murk. Subdued, diverging textures give way to intense, throbbing beats. I believe I even detected a didgeridoo. Nothing is true, everything is permitted. But alas, to preach only the cogitative applications of this release would be a disservice. There’s enough meat here to keep one occupied on a purely entertainment level. Aside from the Ambient pieces, there is a nod to the bygone days of the experimental Industrial vanguards. Regardless of your approach, TVLPA is undoubtedly worth your time.
Lmtd 500 copies in 6 panel digipak, designed by T. Ekelund (Trepaneringsritualen). $5.00

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T-Wald - Landeinwarts - In Memory of Hermann Hesse CD (UFA Muzak: UFA66)
Russian neoclassic-ambient project "T-Wald" dedicated this new album to Herman Hesse.A poetic wall of melancholy and polyphonic ambient, with piano passages and some telling voices. Cinematic sounds diving you into a past that will never return..... $12.00

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Tzolk'in - Tonatiuh (Ant-Zen: Act240)
Tzolk'ins third album's concept is the aural implementation of Aztec mythology's deities. From the onset, the listener is immersed into an inner vision of beauty, atrocity. darkness, emotional soundscapes, ambient spheres and pounding rhythmic patterns. overall the effect is that of fusing meditative tribal atmospheres with dark voids. ceremonial deep tones merge with dark ambient industrial music - which is all kept together by tribalistic electronic grooves and acoustic percussion.once again tzolk'in achieves musical, technical and spiritual success without sacrificing critical artistic engagement with apocalyptic motifs. tonatiuh is an idiosyncratic, ritualistic vision of post-industrial divination. translating the atmosphere of an ancient mythic age for the listener of today - while perfectly using today's technology.. $9.00

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