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Cut Hands Vinyl, CD & tapes by Cut Hands at Norman Records

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Dedicated To Peter Kurten, Sadist And Mass Slayer

William Bennett (Now known for his works as Cut Hands) fronted power electronics outfit Whitehouse were the antithesis of the morality campaigner they took their name from. Cold, sadistic and punishing noise filled with distorted scraping metal and piercing electronic screeches. Originally released in 1981 Dedicated…. Was made with then member Peter McKay. Remastered and offered up on green or black vinyl. Very limited.

Black Manual
Mordendo Remixed

Black Manual released Mordendo in 2013 through Brigade Commerz. Fusing life tribal percussion and destructive electronics the result was a distant flurry of experimentation and rhythm fighting with each other. The pieces have been palmed over to the fitting hands of Cut Hands, EmptySet’s James Ginzburg (Bleed Turquoise), Format01, and KETEV. Punishment.
  • Vinyl 12" (PRTLS009)
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Vatican Shadow / Cut Hands
Azar Swan Variations

Two titans of noise collide in this super limited release. Vatican Shadow (Dominick Fernow of Prurient) and Cut Hands (William Bennett of Whitehouse) showcase their respective knacks for finding melody in industrial surroundings. Out on vinyl 12" on Handmade Birds. Limited to 400 copies in poly-lined collector sleeve.

Total Sex

Industrial electronic pioneers, Whitehouse, originally released their second album, Total Sex, in 1980. This reissue features bonus tracks, Her Entry and Foreplay which originally appeared on a label compilation album. The tracks were recorded during the same sessions as Total Sex, so it’s only fitting that they find a home together here.

Cut Hands
Festival Of The Dead

William Bennett's new record under the percussive Cut Hands moniker, 'Festival Of The Dead', is based around aggressive, deathly drums, as you'd expect by now -- it's the ex-Whitehouse member's third record under his new alias, and this particular branch of noise continues to sound more organic and rhythmic.