Necro Box is a tribute to the degenerate art of Marco Corbelli, aka Atrax Morgue, one of the greatest exponents of the industrial/power electronics in Italy. First LP in box is Necro Sintesi, originally released in 1993 on Slaughter Productions label as split tape with Lunus. It contains three tracks based on death-cold analog drones that characterize the first production of Atrax Morgue. Deviate and anxious sounds that bangs it into your head like sharp razor blades. The following LP is Necrophiliac Experience, a second split tape with Lunus released on Slaughter Productions in 1994. Hence the glacial sound atmosphere melts with murder, necrophilia and dead bodies forming a macabre collage. Obsessions emerge as the track Necrophiliac Experience 3 that reproduces the word omicidio (homicide) in an exasperated loop producing in the listener a sense of deep distress and maniacal fear. The third and final LP is Basic Autopsy Procedure, released on Slaughter Productions tape in 1995. Five tracks with cold sound for white aseptic operating rooms and corpses in pieces. No compromise, only death!
This release come in astonishing black wooden box with laser engraving from artwork by Marco Rotula (alias of Marco Corbelli). Vinyl comes with full artwork skull labels, plus hand numbered cardboard with credits, 12” insert on precious 400 gr Modigliani cardboard with amazing skeleton collage and Necronia booklet with six collage by Marco Rotula in his original format. Include an exclusive download code for digital album. Issued in a limited edition of 106 hand numbered copies, isn’t going to sit around for long.
‘With this fifth work ATRAX MORGUE enter definitely inside the sick world of necrophilia. Welcome. The high technology of Death; enter the cold-dark room of generators, electronic death machines, cadavers and plastic bags. We have the syntenic death inside. Our orgasms are black, macabre. There are aseptic and pungent odors in the dark room; generators and machines keep the bodies in perfect conditions for fucking. There is the body of an obese woman; I make a deep cut on her belly.’
[from a visionary Necrophiliac Experience – SPT16 Slaughter Productions]