Recommended by us on 12th June 2009.
Full art copies. Lord Klattr & Baron Mordant smelt their previously imagined concrete forest dystopia on this final installment of 'The
Tower' series into four gelatin club hoofprints...culled from the MeMbranous fibres of the two previous albums, parts I-XVIII have been
dug up from respective hard drives and smothered in low-end alchemy...from its original inception 'The Tower' project has lived
somewhat of a 'black metal' lie insomuch that the music had been produced by two questing Liverpool & Derby fans who peddled
secondhand vinyl at the Music & Video Exchanges in cut-price TK Maxx trainers...the cover image was not some dank Bavarian
castle but a former water tower in Stoke Newington now used for poncing & climbing - hardly the stuff of a blazing Fantoft...these four
final death throes emanate musically from somewhere closer to home and dovetail the intended continuity to rest...the trajectory was
always distorted...Lord Klattr (Alan James) has sensibly retired to Melbourne in his 'Subway' (Soul Jazz) guise and Baron Mordant
whiles away the hours feebly convincing himself of Mordant Music's relevance in today's digital realm or indeed any other...buy this
hollow vessel, daub corpse paint on a passer-by and join them for the last spannered waltz in 'The Tower' - ever...BM
a Mordant Music - The Tower - ExhuMMed
a2 Mordant Music - The Tower - Dismal Snide
b Mordant Music - The Tower - Compos Mentis
b2 Mordant Music - The Tower - Smouldering Polaroid
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