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  1. ATRAX MORGUE / CONTAGIOUS ORGASM – Forced Entry / N.C.W. CD

    ATRAX MORGUE / CONTAGIOUS ORGASM – Forced Entry / N.C.W. CD

    CA$20.00

    OLD EUROPA CAFE

    Re-edition of the split tape released in 1996 on SSSM, the label owned by Hiroshi Hasimoto aka Contagious Orgasm.
    With the addition of two rare and exclusive tracks released on the "DIFT LABORATORY" tape compilation dated 1994 also out on SSSM.
    A unique document on Italian Extreme Industrial Power-Electronics by Marco Corbelli
    and the Japanese Dark-Ambient Industrial by Hiroshi Hashimoto.
    Cult release, first time on CD.

    Re-mastered by Hiroshi Hashimoto.
    Cover re-worked from the original tape cover by Hiroshi Hashimoto.

    "Dedicated to MARCO CORBELLI.
    We had first contacts around 1992.
    The cassette tapes he released was very attractive to me and a trade began.
    We participated in the compilation of each other's labels and we traded cassettes for a very long time.
    Marco is no longer with us but with this re-release I pray for what you are pleased with"
    - HIROSHI HASHIMOTO / CONTAGIOUS ORGASM
  2. ATRAX MORGUE – Sickness Report / Slush of a Maniac 2CD

    ATRAX MORGUE – Sickness Report / Slush of a Maniac 2CD

    CA$28.00

    OLD EUROPA CAFE

    Here comes the re-union of the 2 ATRAX MORGUE cult albums out on two US lables at the end of the 90es.
    "Sickness Report" out on Release Entertainment (1996) and "Slush of a Maniac" out on Crowded Control Activities (1997).
    Also includued are 3 rare compilation tracks.
    Both albums are long time sold-out and very difficult to get even at collectors prices.
    Finally here they are back in a unique and very Industrial-Psychedelic packaging.

    Regarding the sounds there is not much to say:
    simply alienating Power Electronics in very best Atrax Morgue tradition
    In memoery of Marco Corbelli, historical master of Italian Industrial.
  3. BIZARRE UPROAR – High Risk Lifestyle CD

    BIZARRE UPROAR – High Risk Lifestyle CD

    CA$15.00

    FILTH & VIOLENCE
  4. BIZARRESSMANIA – II CD

    BIZARRESSMANIA – II CD

    CA$15.00

    FREAK ANIMAL

    In 2010, Freak Animal and Filth & Violence issued ”What’s Your Pleasure, Sir?” LP by collaboration project of Bizarre Uproar, Sick Seed and Mania. Highly praised collaboration of these provocateurs of noise underground doesn’t didn’t gain it’s praise based on it’s offensiveness, but because of artistic strength. High energy levels of brutal noise makes album to stand out in mass of bleak releases. Freak Animal is still planning to reissue this album on CD during 2018.

    Second collaboration of BizarreSSmania doesn’t repeat the exact same patterns. It is logical result, but also fresh. Each project has developed their sound and style during almost 10 years gap between these two releases. Second time they meet represents the fusion of current sound of projects. Bleak, rotten, crude and fierce combinations of many of the elements that each project is known for - but with different type of results what they did last time or what they do in solo works.

    Slowly starting broken crackling, damaged fuzzy lo-fi sound, experimentation of utterly dirty and disgusting sounds that present album often to be what many noise releases are not: Difficult. You are guaranteed to get satisfactory amount of pure energetic noise bursts, but also disturbing, unnerving sonic damage. Raw edits and abrupt changes of atmosphere finally makes sense when you hear album as whole. It’s no use to listen couple minute fragments to preview full album.

    Explicit artwork, exploitation of cheap urges and vile desires.
  5. CLOAMA – Embargoed CD

    CLOAMA – Embargoed CD

    CA$15.00

    FREAK ANIMAL

    Latest album from ambient-industrial artists active for 20 years! Embargoed is good continuation from Municipality Of Marionettes LP or At The Mountains Of Paranoia ‎CD, but still expands the atmosphere and gloomy industrial soundscapes to wider. Massive opening track shows Cloama skilled in working without synthesizer sounds. Making impressive gloomy post-industrial soundscapes from wide variation of sound sources. Eventually tracks move closer to two past albums, including eerie guitar-drone and synth oscillations as well as subtle synthesizer pulsations combined with ethereal female chants. Highly atmospheric and experimental full length certainly belongs to the very best of Cloama!
  6. CON-DOM – Live Assault 1 / Live Assault 4 CD

    CON-DOM – Live Assault 1 / Live Assault 4 CD

    CA$15.00

    INDUSTRIAL RECOLLECTIONS

    Industrial Recollections celebrates 30 years of Con-Dom with re-issue of debut tape. Live actions 1 & 2 from 1983.
  7. CON-DOM – Subjection CD

    CON-DOM – Subjection CD

    CA$15.00

    INDUSTRIAL RECOLLECTIONS

    Industrial Recollections CD re-issue of CON-DOM "Subjection". Originally 50 copies tape on Bloodlust! -label. Two 30 minutes electronic noise pieces from 1996.
  8. CONTAGIOUS ORGASM - Division and Combination CD

    CONTAGIOUS ORGASM - Division and Combination CD

    CA$5.00

    PHAGE TAPES

    New release by the legendary Contagious Orgasm containing 6 new tracks and 5 tracks previously released on various comps (Lagrimas De Miedo N'10 - Subduction, (si'ke-del'ik) Volume One, The Walls Are Whispering... Volume III, Peacemakers Inc and Spiral Organ Of Corti). The material is varied between tracks, including industrial synth beats, guitar based atmosphere and noise collage. Im a big fan of this long running project and I feel this release shows the multiple dimensions of creativity of the members of the group.
  9. DEATH JENK CD

    DEATH JENK CD

    CA$5.00

    PHAGE TAPES

    Death Jenk was formed after the Gnawed, Custodian and Grain Belt tour in 2010 when all 5 dudes had a chance to play together in Milwaukee. This disc contains two studio tracks and two live tracks recorded in 2010 and 2011. The material is a mix of the three projects with Custodian cutting channels in and out while adding loops, Gnawed provides vocals along with some low end reverb produced from his metal crate and Grain Belt produces their usual metal abuse with tons of feedback.
  10. DEATHKEY / 88MM – Total War / None of You Left CD

    DEATHKEY / 88MM – Total War / None of You Left CD

    CA$15.00

    FREAK ANIMAL

    Repress of hard to find split 12″, with previously unpublished collaboration bonus track! Digipak CD.
  11. ENCEPHALOPHONIC – Exhuming the Perversion 2CD

    ENCEPHALOPHONIC – Exhuming the Perversion 2CD

    CA$17.50

    INDUSTRIAL RECOLLECTIONS

    Industrial Recollections idea was to reissue sold out items, most often tapes, that Freak Animal felt necessary to reissue, but didn’t want to make main label discography too fragmented. Many such an small and obscure releases, that they are unlikely to be released by almost anybody else. Unlike plenty of releases that have already existing cult status and following – and therefore potential market.

    What exactly is “industrial” and what exactly constitutes “old enough” to warrant reissue, is very loose concept. Under Industrial Recollections label has happened reissues from 80’s and 90’s. Musically, anything vaguely rooted to traditions of industrial. From industrial noise to power electronics and experimental works.

    Now, with Encephalophonic tape re-issues, IR takes quite a big leap forward. It has been question I have been pondering – why would one need to wait 20 or 30 years to validate necessity of reissue?

    2010-2011 when these early Encephalophonic tapes were done, is yet to reach even 10 years anniversary. Yet being unavailable for long and debut tape being nearly impossible to get even when it came out, to me, it was very clear that I rather put out 8 year old great noise tape, than remain too fixed to idea to only dig the long gone history.

    Encephalophonic as project is still very much active. It has progressed from early days, yet the core remains the same. What makes me consider Encephalophonic fit to industrial tradition is its content. Dark and abusive nature of recordings set it far away from heart warming jams and free-noise energy blasts. Of course, there is energy and ripping power, but it is razor sharp, cold and cruel and filled with destructive feel. Combined with negative feel of sound samples emerging between some tracks, band steps away from usual spirit known from Japanese harsh noise. While music nods towards masters of Japanese noise, Kazumoto Endo, Pain Jerk and such, Encephalophonic stays away from contemporary cut-up in means of technological methods. Lack of post-production and computer editing, keeps sound of physical and full of flesh and blood.

    Double CD with booklet including reproductions of all original artworks of tapes and added sleaze.
  12. ENCOUNTERS – Beneath the Forces of Contradiction CD-R

    ENCOUNTERS – Beneath the Forces of Contradiction CD-R

    CA$3.00

    PRIMITIVE TEMPLES

    The newest cinematic ambient/drone release. New collaborators this time around, no less tantalizing. 5 tracks, 100 copies in existence.
  13. ENTARTUN CD

    ENTARTUN CD

    CA$14.00

    OBSESSIVE FUNDAMENTAL REALISM

    Collaboration between Scatmother and Yasuhito Fujinami dedicated to the aesthetics of vintage Japanese bondage, porn and exploitation cinema. Mixture between layered and full harsh noise tracks and in-your-face Power Electronics. Blending of the highly progressive and detailed Harsh Noise by Yasuhito Fujinami and the brutal and raw aspects known from previous Scatmother releases. Comes as pro-pressed CD with all lyrics!
  14. GNAWED - Terminal Epoch CD

    GNAWED - Terminal Epoch CD

    CA$5.00

    PHAGE TAPES

    Full length CD by the Minneapolis based power electronics project. Dude is out of control good. This disc contains a few different vocal styles, synth work, metal junks and a healthy dose of feedback.
  15. GRUNT – Castrate the Illusionist CD

    GRUNT – Castrate the Illusionist CD

    CA$15.00

    FREAK ANIMAL

    Born in 1993, Grunt remains one of the most active and restless forces in Finnish - or even global industrial noise network. Since first tapes published 25 years ago, project has been active without any breaks. Messy discography makes it hard to judge how many actual ”albums” has been created. List of releases reaches close to hundred, yet most of them represents other approach than creation of ”album”. Castrate The Illusionist goes directly into line of albums such as Myth Of Blood (2015), World Draped In A Camouflage (2012), Petturien Rooli (2009) and Seer of Decay (2006).

    This path of recent 10 years Grunt focused mostly on creation of coherent albums. Each album has had its own character, yet often continuation of sound and themes of the previous one. Three years between the albums often spent on smaller releases and extensive amount of live gigs.

    ”Castrate The Illusionist” album represents both, sonic rawness of direct live-on-tape recordings as well as obsessive care on small detail. 40 minute album consists 11 of tracks, making most of them short, loaded with strong impact what leaves one hunger for more. Sound combines traditions of experimental electronics to fierce power electronics and industrial noise, aiming to fusion of interesting textures and details without losing ripping violent force of dark side of noise.
  16. JARL - Out of Balance CD

    JARL - Out of Balance CD

    CA$5.00

    MALIGNANT

    Side project of Erik Jarl, member of the revered and immensely powerful heavy electronics outfit IRM. Jarl doesn’t come with the aggression of that project, but it does evoke similar feelings of instability and dementia via more atmospheric means. The disc consists of 17 tracks in total, each flowing into each other, with the early pieces having an almost cosmic heaviness (a la Inade)…pulsing and weighty, the sounds of winds sweeping across a barren and distant orb. As it progresses however, the seeds of profound sickness and decay are planted and begin to blossom…the tones and textures becoming more surreal and unsettling, the drones a bit more persistent and penetrating, abandoning listeners in a white walled room to confront their inner demons and degenerating psyche as it spirals, out of balance.
  17. JOSH LAY - True Mask CD

    JOSH LAY - True Mask CD

    CA$5.00

    SMALL DOSES

    it's hard to believe that this is the first josh lay release to find its way to the compact disc format. fittingly, josh considers this to be his best work to date, and i can't say i disagree. this is a four track, nearly 40 minute meditation on the masks people wear to make their way in the world. elements of black metal, harsh noise, power electronics and dark ambient combine to create a dark, twisted environment built from electronics, guitar, and some of the most gutteral vocals I've heard him spew. the accompanying art was hand-made by the artist. edition of 200 copies packaged in jewel cases with 4-panel inserts and double sided jewel cases.
  18. K2 / CONSTRAIN / FENIAN CD

    K2 / CONSTRAIN / FENIAN CD

    CA$12.00

    OXEN LABEL

    CD Features four tracks- one solo track each artist: K2, Constrain and Fenian and one three way *collab.

    K2‘s fluid, propulsive unmistakable shuddering masterclass soaking in layers of frenzy: ‘Sarrogate For Mass Murder’. Constrain‘s expertly delivered blasts of harsh electronics providing once again ample evidence that KDM is a master of static assault textures on ‘Recognizable Mask‘. Fenian‘s electronics meet glass smash, unrepentant harsh noise careens across multiple lanes of sonic blacktop on ‘Phenomenology‘ and *track 4; a brain bending collaboration track ‘Spreading Particles Go Smokey’ K2, using de-composed tracks/sounds from Kevin McEleney/Constrain and Matt Purse/Fenian played and mixed by K2/Kimihide Kusafuka yields a track overflowing with petulant dissonance and the repeated lightning strike of shuddering rubble blasts, culminating in a pristine surge assault of cut-up harsh noise protocol. All of the phenomenal artwork on this CD by KDM, Kevin McEleney.
  19. K2 – Rainy Tritium 1 CD

    K2 – Rainy Tritium 1 CD

    CA$12.00

    OXEN LABEL

    New work from a master of long form compositional excellence, K2’s Rainy Tritium 1 comes in time for what to me seems like a most perfect match for the time- a soundtrack for bleak collapse, broken boundaries of torturous blasts yielding fluttering, caustic textures and exploring an atmosphere of sonic varieties for which K2 is been mining lately. If you’ve seen any of his ambitious Dommune broadcasts from Japan then you’ll likely be familiar with the valedictory density of K2’s aggressively satisfying noise oblivion and if you haven’t, then this full length (60+ minute) 3 track CD 1. Pollution with Huge Lies, 2. MOX, 3. Unpeaceful Song For Rainy Tritium will be most necessary listening. Artwork by Breathing Problem.
  20. KEVLAR – New Fears New Fights CD

    KEVLAR – New Fears New Fights CD

    CA$14.00

    UNREST PRODUCTIONS
  21. KOUFAR – Phoenicianism CD

    KOUFAR – Phoenicianism CD

    CA$18.00

    OLD CAPTAIN

    "Phoenicianism is an attempt to put on display the further identity crisis that many of the Lebanese face. Whether its over there, or here in America the confusion reigns supreme. Arab or Phoenician? Western or Eastern? Christian or Muslim? Identity often dictates politics, but with the Lebanese that is not consistent. Historically the only thing consistent is instability. An instability creating frictions that slowly grind against one another until the only eastern answer is reached, violence. Caught between Eastern values and Western luxuries.This album attempts to reflect all of this, while mixing in the artists own personal experiences of living a life of dualism. Misbaha beads or "Worry" beads? Christ or Shams? Allah or Mawt? Walk the edge of the boxcutters razor and make your offering." Remastered and accompanied with an exclusive material the CD is released in a full-colour matte-laminated 6-panel Digipak in edition of 300 copies.
  22. KRISTOFFER NYSTROMS ORKESTER - Overlook Hotel CD

    KRISTOFFER NYSTROMS ORKESTER - Overlook Hotel CD

    CA$5.00

    MALIGNANT

    Overlook Hotel heralds the return of the mighty KNO, the collaborative project between Swedish industrial legend Peter Nystrom (Megaptera, Negru Voda), and Norwegian up and comer Kristoffer Oustad (V:28, Plague Machinery). 5 years after the highly acclaimed brakeHEAD CD, KNO welcomes you into the Overlook Hotel, where every room has a ghost, and every room has a story to tell. Travel the hallways and explore, as you venture into a more cerebral musical state than what brakeHEAD offered, where ghostly transmissions and hypnotic layers of surreal, ethereal atmospheres intersect with disembodied voices, clattering, furnace blasting percussion, and of course, healthy injections of true, old fashioned industrial noise and sweeping doom, done in the best Scandinavian style (imagine if Deutsch Nepal had continued in the same path laid down by Benevolence and you start to get the idea). The pacing of the album is truly impeccable, flowing seamlessly from to track, as if moving from room to room in a hazy, dream state, the layering and cohesiveness on a whole nothing short of meticulous. In 6 panel digipak.
  23. MANIA + HAL HUTCHINSON – Wreckage CD

    MANIA + HAL HUTCHINSON – Wreckage CD

    CA$11.00

    PHAGE TAPES

    Rerelease of the cassette "Kollaborative Wreckage" released on Savage Discharge in an edition of 50. Wreckage includes the 30 minutes of collaborative material from the tape plus and extra 11 mins of unreleased solo Mania material and 15 mins of unreleased solo Hal Hutchinson material. Wreckage sound wise is a mix of acoustic metal noises, synth squeals and high pitched feedback. if you have heard any of either projects recent releases you know what to expect.
  24. MANIA – Foul Inside 3” CD

    MANIA – Foul Inside 3” CD

    CA$10.00

    FREAK ANIMAL
  25. MAUSSADE –  A La Neantisation De La Vie Par L'Homme Rationnel (Chapitre Premier) CD

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