Album released by Old Captian.
"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.
"The Abattoir" is Control's stunning rarity that covers 2003 - 2006 period and features the following must-have and sought-after EPs: 'Affliction', 'The Pleasures of Rape', and 'No Surrender', alongside v/a tracks from 'Break your Face' and 'Alliance - United in Death' compilations. Recorded and mastered at Misanthrope Studio more than 15 years ago the...
"Nothing you do will ever matter. Nothing. Ever." The first full-length release by American True Crime Electronics project Slogun, aka John Balistreri, since "I Will Bury You" in 2013, features eleven new tracks, the last of which is the 12-minute piece "Just For One Day" from his side-project "Self". Continuing his journey inward, "Nothing. Ever." delves...
Recorded as far back as 2001-2002, and first released on Cold Meat Industry in 2005, IRM's highly acclaimed third album 'Virgin Mind' is finally re-released. The album marked a radical change in the band's direction, leaving the power electronics opera of 'Oedipus Dethroned' for an even more ritualistic, experimental and epic sound. '
The first CD collection of the true North Queensland Power Electronics project Ebola Disco that spans its 20-year history. Industrial Australia's potent duo at their absolute best: static analogue tension, feedback squeals and pitched rhythm in studio-to-live-in-yer-face extravaganza. A 300 black/white matte-laminated Digipak edition with a great design...
The much acclaimed and sold-out debut LP of Kristian Olsson (Alfarmania / B.O.T.C. / Survival Unit etc.) is now made available on compact disc through Old Captain. Originally released in 2010 on the Swedish label Nattmaran in a limited edition. "Att vara där jag var innan jag var jag" contains 10 tracks making for a neck-breaking journey down a rabbit...