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  1. ATRAX MORGUE – Fourth Injection LP

    ATRAX MORGUE – Fourth Injection LP



    Fourth Injection was recorded by Marco Corbelli at Sweet Slaughter.
    The master tape was given to Moreno Daldosso / Murder Corporation to be published on his label Murder Release.
    The release was planned but, for now forgotten reasons, it never eventually materialized.
    The master tape of Fourth Injection was then closed in a drawer and was left there for 17 years.
    It was rediscovered only in 2013.

    First ever release.
    It comes in a hand cut/mutilated cover.
    Includes a double sided numbered insert with release notes on one side and a medical/disease picture on the other.
    The medical/disease pictures show graphic contents. Aquire with due caution!

    Remastered from original tape.
    Limited edition of 160 copies.
  2. ATRAX MORGUE – The Pain is Severe LP

    ATRAX MORGUE – The Pain is Severe LP



    Marco Corbelli's artistic journey began in the early 90's. Under the pseudonym of Marco Rotula, he started to release a series of fanzines in A5 format. The first was "The pleasure agony", followed by "Sick" and "Murders". The aesthetics of these first fanzines were very sophisticated and the content deals with topics that will follow Marco Corbelli throughout his artistic career: sadism, schizophrenia, insanity, murder, psychosis, necrophilia, diseases, and most importantly death. In 1993, heavily influenced by his obsessions, Marco Corbelli began his musical activities creating the Slaughter Productions label and the Atrax Morgue project. Greatly inspired by Italian Power Electronics act The Sodality, with their 1987 LP ‘’Beyond Unknown Pleasures’’ and from projects as Whitehouse and Brighter Death Now, pioneers of a minimal, evil and visceral electronic, Atrax Morgue released his first tape ‘’In search of death’’ which will be followed by a series of amazing cassettes in the following years.
    In 1995 the activity of the Slaughter Productions became more and more frantic, releasing countless tapes. At the end of the same year produced two important works of Atrax Morgue on cassette in a very limited editions. The first titled ‘’An Expression Of Psychic Masochism’’ with one only track that was based on unique white, painful and horrific synth drones; generating a mental alteration that initiates brutal operation of psychic surgery, neuroses and split personality. The tape was released in thirty hand numbered copies wrapped in two black foam pads. The second titled ‘’Catch my agony’’ with two tracks that was founded on abrasive synth drones; the harsh and glacial sound atmosphere melts with murder, necrophilia and dead bodies forming a macabre collage. Work was inspired by novel written by Hugh Fleetwood "The Order of Death", which has also been put on the screen by the Italian director Roberto Faenza. Released in one hundred hand-numbered copies and packed in an outstanding bundle, literally stuck in a real mousetrap. The smell of death is saturated in every sound produced by the brilliant and twisted mind of Marco Corbelli in these two works. Anxiety, alienation and hypochondria turn into a deep paranoia in pain. Without hesitation, the bodies are emptied, leaving the field to an electronics purulence of rare power disconcerting. Finally reprinted in a single LP, tracks were remastered from the original tapes and the record has been pressed on 140 gr black vinyl with black label and black inner sleeve and comes in a deluxe silver silkscreen on black cardboard sleeve w/sheet that include credits and art from first original Slaughter Productions logo (from first fanzines), in an edition of 199 copies.
  3. BA. KU / BT. HN – Ritual Totemic Stone LP

    BA. KU / BT. HN – Ritual Totemic Stone LP


  4. BIZARRE UPROAR - Likainen Ehtoollinen LP

    BIZARRE UPROAR - Likainen Ehtoollinen LP



    Bizarre Uproar is one of the colossal phenomenon in Finnish harsh noise scene. Throughout the years, this artist has gradually taken the Bizarre Uproar concept to more and more extreme level. Wrapped in darkness, tight as second skin. Suffocating (like) latex mask. Likainen Ehtoollinen, was released on F&V tape in 2008, is the purification in filth and violence, cleansed in flesh and blood that are shit and piss, enlightenment in everlasting ejaculation. New extremes in sonic bizarre domination! The record has been pressed on 140 gr black vinyl with black label and black inner sleeve and comes in a deluxe silver silkscreen on black cardboard sleeve, limited to 199 copies w/double face insert.




    These two purveyors of fine Finnish filth have collaborated many times in the past (recommended “Assisted Self-Sterilization” on Freak Animal) and this unholy partnership continue to flourish today . Älä Tee Huorin is the final documentation as separate entities and it was released like double tape in a white double poly box on Filth & Violence and Untergeschoss in only 54 copies and now available for the first time in vinyl edition.

    Side A include the two tracks on original tape one. It begins with a live collaboration of the two projects did in Birmingham UK on August 2, 2008. This one starts off with a substance of bottom dense mechanical roar scattered by contrived vocal screams. Then a shift towards doom-tronics, solid and asphyxiating. Second track was a mail collaboration and more affiliated to the noisiness you’ve come to expect from these two, feedback, screams and pedal insanity. The whole thing liquefies into total lo-fi pandemonium.

    The two tracks on second tape are on side B and gives each artist a track of their own. First is Bizarre Uproar with an untitled track. This is just what you’d expect from Pasi, feedback and vocal abuse. BU track have a way of surpassing “just noise” and take on freakish rhythm all their own. Gelsomina owns the second and final track. “Scenes From Ballard” begins like some madness noise orchestra warming up. About the 5 minute mark the track kicks into overdrive with slow, pounding junk noise, pulses of feedback and what sounds like a contact mic straight to the throat and filtered vocals. The whole track is plodding, demonic and cold.

    Lp has been pressed on 140 gr black vinyl with black label and black inner sleeve and comes in a deluxe silver silkscreen on black cardboard sleeve, limited to 99 copies w/insert in color hard paper (replica of original insert). All package in a clear plastic sleeve to protect lp, cover and inserts from dirt, shelf wear and damage.
  6. BIZARRE UPROAR – Amputaatio LP

    BIZARRE UPROAR – Amputaatio LP



    Bizarre Uproar is a Finnish power electronics slash harsh noise project initiated in 1992 by Markkula. The thematic subject matter is founded in extreme sexual transgressions, and rests within a totalitarian fetish culture at the explicitly perverse spectrum of human erotics. Central concepts within this context are pleasure carnage and death ritualization; mixed with an affixed seething desire to exercise fetid sexualized violence and humiliate the contemporary - sans safewords - towards utter degradative collapse. BU makes no attempt to conceal his predatory filthy devotion. On the contrary: With sadomasochistic affection, hate symbolics and iron hard cock; Bizarre Uproar blatantly edict to strangle and fuck the world into cold end. The fervor for mass annihilation and the ultimate cleansing originate from corporeal anti-social instincts as lust and hate that urge to burst - explode - in all directions… Leaving only crushed hope and nothingness in its wake. Can you hear the boots and latex clad masses hailing? "Verillippu nousee! Kyy Nouse!!
    Twenty-three years into its run, Bizarre Uproar is at the apex of anti-music, progressively pushing what is frontier with a consistent strain of releases. The discography counts today over 100 titles and constitutes: Studio albums, live recordings, splits, eps, singles, compilations, films, numerous collaborations and studio musician appearances on external cadre's releases. BU's work is published and distributed worldwide on imprints as: Freak Animal Records, Trash Ritual, Spite, Filth & Violence, Urashima and Wrath. Bizarre Uproar has worked with many of today's well-established bands within underground noise and black metal. We cite: Bastard Noise, Deathkey, Goatmoon, Ride For Revenge and Grunt. In addition to studio related work; BU played shows in Scandinavia, Baltic region, Europe as well as South-America; and in this capacity shared stage with several contemporary industrial/noise acts from Sick Seed to Sutcliffe Jugend. Beyond sonic work, Markkula have gained recognition for his visual expressions in raw xerox collages, installations and niche erotic film. In 2012, he collaborated with Jukka Siikala and Mikko Aspa on the art exhibition and integral book "You Are Worth It". The exposition was presented at Gallery Kalleria, Helsinki/Finland. The inherent significants of cited actor's influence on industrial culture and underground black metal, bare witness to the high level of professionality BU operates on; and that the initiative is recognized as a pioneering effort with substance by fellow musicians and a cult-following of noise fanatics.
    Urashima is proud to present Bizarre Uproar's 2015 hate opus "Amputaatio": A monumental suffocating grind that tremor with the physical density and ritual ambience of late BU saga live-performances. The material on the LP bridge eras "Vihameditaatio" (2014) to "Rape Africa" (2012); and consists of two structured compositions of lengthy, slow-crawling, torturous nature. The instrumentation and compositional strategies extend the groundwork defined on "Vihameditaatio", and is subtly balanced with "Rape Africa's" static rawness and brutally imploding gutter-vacuum. The metamorphosis of the two otic stances plus live-sound fervor, cement "Amputaatio" as a meditative and destructive volcanic mass that froth with malignant intent. All out rotten. Sheer bestiality. Total alienating filth. Recorded in the BU bunker Autumn 2014. Mastered by SS-Pekka.
    Lp has been pressed on 140 gr black vinyl with black label and black inner sleeve and comes in a deluxe silver silkscreen on black cardboard sleeve, limited to 199 copies w/insert in luxury 160 gr ivory paper. All package in a clear plastic sleeve to protect record Lp, cover and inserts from dirt, shelf wear and damage.
  7. BIZARRE UPROAR – High Risk Lifestyle LP

    BIZARRE UPROAR – High Risk Lifestyle LP


  8. BIZARRE UPROAR – Sikiöasento 2LP

    BIZARRE UPROAR – Sikiöasento 2LP



    Brand new album from the long-running Finnish PE/noise master. 90 minutes of material. Housed in a gatefold jacket. Highly recommended, of course. Hail Filth & Violence!




    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.




    One new track each.
    BSBC brings you their blend of heavy industrial mixed with sparse elements of harsh noise. First offering in about 2 years.
    Actuary's track sounds can only be described as "Atmospheric Harsh." Tortured vocals and strangled electronics.
    Limited to 150, each LP is single sided with a hand stenciled B-side with original art by JR. Four color screen printed covers by Sam Stoxen (Phage Tapes) and a double sided insert.
    Do not pass this one up!







    Breathing Problem release two new and lengthy tracks (their first since the Topaz CS from 2016). A mix of dark ambient dirge, minimalistic sound collage, organic harsh noise sampling but with a constant reminder of power electronic vocal obsessiveness that they never stray too far from. Both tracks repurpose and manipulate sounds from natural disasters. Organic Industrial Commotion indeed.

    No Heat offer up a 15 minute journey. Buzzing and humming broken dystopian industrial sickness. Comparisons to Throbbing Gristle and Boy Dirt Car are not off base. A Crumbling soundscape straight out of modern America.

    comes with two double sided 11x17 poster style inserts with additional artwork by both projects.
  13. CALIGULA031 – Sexodrome 7”

    CALIGULA031 – Sexodrome 7”



    Antipatik Records is glad to announce the release “Sexodrome”, CALIGULA031’s first work in 7” format, the soundtrack of an unsettling docudrama assembled with analog driven noise and aggressive vocals. Concept is inspired by personal reminiscences Boulevard of Clichy’s seedy streets between ‘90s and late ‘00s, Pigalle’s neon lights, streetwalkers and embarrassed punters. A world that changed, still representing one of the must-see spots for smut tourists.
  14. CLIMAX DENIAL – Finishing Touch LP

    CLIMAX DENIAL – Finishing Touch LP



    Full length LP.
    Sexual-psychosis, dark power electronics.
    For those devoted.
  15. CONCRETE THREAT & VOMIR – Monolithic Blasphemies LP




    New home/studio recordings; two tracks documenting collaborations between Constrain & Fenian and HHL & Unexamine from spring 2015. These artists performed together for the Mata Noise Gallery Los Angeles two year anniversary. These recordings from that time present the convulsive blasts of chained explosions, bellows of static and junk tearing through fields of feedback ending in a whiplash of churning dissonance.




    (limited to 100) documents the first release on vinyl for Long Beach based KDM (Kevin McEleney) and Los Angeles/Long Beach based Nial Morgan. Both well known for their phenomenally original approaches to noise composition and live performance; this Oxen release of new tracks showcases the potent combination of symmetrical equanimity and malice on ‘Mutual Transgressions’ and ‘Solitary Source’.

    Wrong Hole: Nial Morgan, slashing paths through forests of electro-tape destructive territory with sleep deprived swagger, his compositional prowess is on rare and inspiring form throughout Mutual Transgressions’ specifically obtuse personal narrative.

    Constrain: Solitary Solace, exceeding the expectations of his always brilliant razor burst cut-up noise infamy, here he expertly delivers a punishing scything. The track deftly ladders to a crushing apex, explodes all the listener’s cognizance before submitting to KDM’s sonic design certainty and returns rattled consciousness ending 5 minutes and 21 seconds of sublime cacophony.
  18. CRASH AT EVERY SPEED – Vehicular Manslaughter LP

    CRASH AT EVERY SPEED – Vehicular Manslaughter LP



    Crash At Every Speed is fairy long running high signal feedback based HNW project of Texas noise legend Richard Ramirez, started back in 2001. All of the projects work is themed around car crashers & road accidents. Vehicular Manslaughter is new full length work on vinyl and in forty minutes split on two sides Ramirez alternates between interlocking seas of uniformed crackling static & burst of off-pattern static based noise making with urgent jittering trails, distant/buried ‘n’ churning radio like harmonic squawking / baying pitches, more rapid lines of crackle, & split stereo channel static crackle. The record has been pressed on 140 gr black vinyl with black label and black inner sleeve and comes in a deluxe silver silkscreen on black cardboard sleeve with artwork of car crashers, limited to 99 hand numbered copies w/insert.
  19. DANIEL RIZER – Contaminated Time LP

    DANIEL RIZER – Contaminated Time LP



    Over the last several years, Daniel Rizer of Dayton, Ohio, has been producing some of the most hypnotic and texturally-innovative experimental music utilizing minimal equipment that yields maximum auditory results. With cassette players, a reel-to-reel tape recorder, and an old DJ mixer, Rizer manages to conjure jagged and corroded compositions of effected field recordings that are looped and continually reassembled into dynamic and forward-moving compositions of rough noise. He is also known for his involvement in other previous projects including Budweiser Sprite, Glom, Shitty Vibe Smasher, and Yes, Collapse, as well operating Together Tapes, a DIY cassette label featuring meticulously psychedelic packaging and artwork. Although previous efforts have displayed the prowess of Rizer's abilities, CONTAMINATED TIME is his most fleshed-out and complete recording to date, a statement solidifying his position as one of the finest and most underrated artists currently active in noise & experimental music. Mastered by Viktor Ottosson. Edition of 300 copies.




    It feels like I’ve been writing about DEAD BODY LOVE for as long as I have been recording harsh noise.
    What else can be said? I can’t express enough how much of an influence Italian harsh noise has had on my own personal works, but It also lets me and several peers investigate the techniques and styles of the 1990s harsh noise and the atmosphere that was created expressed from different regions of the world. The more I listen and revisit the material of 90s Japanese harsh noise, the 80s UK power electronics and the celebrated rougher tendencies of 90s Americanoise, the Italian material and different projects flare up that dictate a powerful ‘Coles Notes’ of harsh noise and how it can be deconstructed and eventually materialized into vivisected lines and layers of crumbling, throbbing, cracking and creaking sound.
    I always trail back to MAUTHAUSEN ORCHESTRA and its insurmountable importance to abrasive sound and its developments, especially in sub sect harsh noise genres of the 2010s; the project’s more minimalist and focused influence on later Italian projects such as the 1990s DEAD BODY LOVE as DBL’s material exemplified aspects of crushing avalanches of crumbling sound, layered and sometimes delayed, a major player against and with the Americanoise sound of the 1990s expressed by MACRONYMPHA and SKIN CRIME to name a couple. Then you take the obsessions and the lines of moving sound and have them expressed by something like the fanatical ATRAX MORGUE.
    Fearsome concentration and jarring meditation on lines of warbling and predatory analog synth work portray something invariably real about the obsession acted out from the Italian project ATRAX MORGUE. A different display of penetrative and studied sound seethes from ATRAX MORGUE as now the listener and ‘fan’ of Italian Industrial and harsh noise is confronted with another genre defining sound that pits throbbing and rough synth against haunting and manic vocalizations, disturbing the listener with its undeniable dedicated concentration. The resulting split tape with material from DEAD BODY LOVE and ATRAX MORGUE isn’t as black and white as one might think. DEAD BODY LOVE makes use of dark and rough early industrial-like lines and meld into the eventual crushing forces that he is known for. In the vein of ATRAX MORGUE, samples are also manipulated and drawn out for the listener reminding us of his more delay heavy work. ATRAX MORGUE’s material works with DBL’s material almost seamlessly via further haunting and throbbing dark material, slowly churning and deconstructing into his own distinct sound of heavily concentrated focus and mania for singular sounds and how they can repeat, move and create total atmosphere.
    A celebrated once in a lifetime example of a split release re-issued on vinyl by Urashima.
    - Sam McKinlay
    The record has been pressed on 140 gr black vinyl with black label and black inner sleeve and comes in a deluxe silver silkscreen on black cardboard sleeve, limited to 199 hand numbered copies w/sheet from The American Journal of Forensic Medicine and Pathology.
  21. DEATH SQUAD – Isolation As Intent LP

    DEATH SQUAD – Isolation As Intent LP



    Reissue of a classic of PE/Noise. Limited edition of 100 copies pressed on 175g heavy vinyl.
  22. DEATH SQUAD – Theological Genocide 2LP

    DEATH SQUAD – Theological Genocide 2LP



    more than simply a band or solo project, death squad combined a highly complex assemblage of writings and visuals with performances full of psychological and physical confrontations never before seen and never since replicated on american shores. death squad differentiated themselves by bringing their multimedia existentialism to the flesh across several infamous tours, which are partially memorialized on blood flecked flyers and pamphlets, a staple of death squad live. originally released in 1998, theological genocide culminated in the ‘self annihilation’ tour across north america, which is when we came in contact with the artist. Death Squad's level of dedication was rarely matched at the time, and their fearless events and sheer level of touring led to years of discussion and debate. one of the most influential releases for prurient and hospital productions and we are honored to present it on gatefold vinyl for the first time as part of the celebration of the 20th anniversary of the label. edition of 250.
  23. DEATHPILE – Final Confession 2LP

    DEATHPILE – Final Confession 2LP



    Essential double LP collection of work by Jonathan Canady (Dead World, Angel of Decay, Nightmares) of crushing American power electronics for fans of Sickness, Whitehouse, Prurient. Taken from deleted cassettes, 7"s and CD-R releases, expect nothing but extreme power electronics at its best. By the time this record completes its run you will feel exhausted with an inner ugly that doesn't seem totally healthy yet is rawly satisfying at the same time.

    The gatefold features new artwork by Nicola Vinciguerra (Fecalove) and layout by Canady. Limited to 500 copies on randomly mixed color vinyl with digital download card. Randomly mixed color vinyl is a random blend of colors that comes out with a marble like appearance. No two mixed color records look the same.

    Note: the tracks “Blunt Anal Trauma,” “Execration” and “Slaughterhouse Pornography” from the 2005 CD version of this compilation have been omitted to fit the vinyl format. However, the digital download includes these missing songs. LIMITED TO 500 COPIES.
  24. DREW DANIEL & JOHN WIESE – Continuous Hole LP

    DREW DANIEL & JOHN WIESE – Continuous Hole LP



    Gilgongo Records is pleased to announce “Continuous Hole”, a collaborative album by Drew Daniel and John Wiese. The fruit of over ten years of home recordings in San Francisco, Los Angeles and Baltimore, “Continuous Hole” melds improvisation and musique concrète composition into a uniquely sweaty document of labor-intensive rhythm. A finger puzzle of reconciled opposites: lockstep structure and constant flux. Many of the tracks reflect the unique blending of the disparate backgrounds of its creators: on “Abhorred Shears”, “Sleek Disorder” and “Cosmic Joke” the relentlessly variable source material is relegated to precisely timed gated forms and patterns. Without using any sampling or MIDI sequencing, the rhythmic cuts evoke the tempo/BPM of footwork, juke or gabber, but they are constructed entirely from volcanic, gnarled abstraction, and eschew typical genre elements.
    ,br>“Progress Bar” goes from frantic cuts to weightless slo-mo freefall and back to frenzy. Moving from mayhem to menace, “Surprise” concludes the album with ominous flutters of a pedal steel guitar and the sound of a dog’s toenails scraping a stone floor. In the final milliseconds of the song, the dog leaps for the listener’s throat. Raw yet precise, it’s a dynamic conclusion to an album of strong contrasts from two American artists discovering common ground in the joy of frenzied cutting. A prolific recording artist and visual artist with an extensive discography under his own name, and with grindcore stalwarts Sissy Spacek, John Wiese is currently based in Cleveland. One half of the electronic band Matmos and all of The Soft Pink Truth, Drew Daniel is based in Baltimore.

    The album was mastered by Thomas Dimuzio. The cover photograph was shot by John Wiese in Drew Daniel’s office on the campus of Johns Hopkins University where Daniel is a Shakespeare professor. Videos for album tracks are slated from John Wiese, Max Eilbacher, M.C. Schmidt, and Ola Vasiljeva. Summer concerts in support of the album are currently being planned.




    After over a years worth of delays Due Process Combine XXIII - XXXV is finally ready to go.

    Here is a description of the record written by Thomas Dimuzio.

    In 1994 Ron Lessard set up a Due Process mail collaboration with John Wiggins and Thomas Dimuzio. The project found Lessard sending off source recordings to Wiggins and Dimuzio, with Dimuzio and Wiggins in turn exchanging their recordings for further deconstruction. All sent back to Lessard who curated the release "Combine I - XVIII" for RRRecords. Option magazine wrote, "Ahh. Here's some serious art damage that careens from ambient industrial to the astringent squonks, bleeps and clamor of '60s avant-garde to the angst-ridden sonic shards and noisy electronic reflections of the post-industrial mess we find ourselves in now."Afterall, that was the year of the O.J. Simpson trial among other events. Fast forward to 2007 with "Combine XXI, XXII" to find Jason Lescalleet and Ron Lessard continuing the tradition for We Break More Records. Phage Tapes now presents the latest from Due Process and in all of its 150 gram vinyl glory. "Combine XXIII-XXXV" brings John Wiggins and Thomas Dimuzio back together in the fold where each sound mongrel completes an album side. Zanstones is among the sound sources at hand by contributing a number of squeezebox ditties (as well as the design of the striking cover art), plus live performances of Due Process all get squeezed through the sonic ringer and agitated, and with their own brand of detergents and stripping agents.

    The record comes with full color center labels all packaged in full color double sided folded covers designed by Zan Stone. The record was pressed in an edition of 500 copies.

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