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Prurient
Garden Of The Mutilated Paratroopers

Dominick Fernow, the prolific American noise music artist who most commonly records under the name Prurient, releases a new limited edition double-CD set titled Garden of the Mutilated Paratroopers, to mark the 75th anniversary of Screaming Eagles Radio and 82nd Neptune Death Row. Expect raging soundscapes of distortion and feedback, as per usual. 
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Vatican Shadow
Pakistan Military Academy

Dominick Fernow drapes us in his Vatican Shadow once again. Well, actually with this remastered reissue of 2011’s Pakistan Military Academy the Hospital Recordings boss takes us back to the project's early days, but this is a record so potent that it still grabs your attention almost a decade on from the first release. Running the gauntlet of dark ambient and industrial techno, Fernow’s stern assessment of the Military Industrial Complex ranks as one of the highlights of his extensive discography. Pakistan Military Academy's Muslimgauze comparisons hold.

Vatican Shadow
Rubbish Of The Floodwaters

He’s been working in this direction for a while now, but Dominick Fernow’s military-industrial-themed alias Vatican Shadow is now a certified techno project, as this new 12” is released by the Berghain kings themselves: Ostgut Ton! Rubbish Of The Floodwaters contains three broodingly intense tracks.
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Rainforest Spiritual Enslavement
Venus Flytrap Exotica

Dominick Fernow (Prurient) and Phillippe Hallais (Low Jack) reunite as Rainforest Spiritual Enslavement for another cut of humid dub dread. ‘Venus Flytrap Excotica’ is aptly titled, relocating the dance-floor in the depths of the jungle, with this sense of being entwined in a mass wildlife, straying further and further outwards from civilisation.
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Prurient / Autoerotichrist
Blizzard

Dominick Fernow’s up to no good once more. The latest Prurient drop Blizzard finds the Hospital Records boss delving into the archives. ‘Beheading Of St. John The Baptist’ is a piece of ‘black medieval grind’ Fernow laid down in 2001. It’s standard fare - brain-melting noise, doomish incantations, that sort of thing. The A-Side, a contribution from the previously MIA Autoerotichrist, is the same plus a bit of Amnesia Scanner.

Rainforest Spiritual Enslavement
Red Ants Genesis


Prurient / Hanged Mans Orgasm
Unknowns

Prurient/Rainforest Spiritual Enslavement/Vatican Shadow mastermind Dominick Fernow joins forces with Skin Crime’s Patrick O’Neal for this disorientating LP under the moniker of Hanged Mans Orgasm. The two sides of Unknowns sit somewhere between the world of drone, power electronics and dark ambience. Production from Kris Lapke (Alberich) only adds to the heady portent.

Rainforest Spiritual Enslavement
Green Graves

An entirely instrumental release from Prurient/Vatican Shadow donny-don Dominick Furnow, this new project is sparser than both. Built from a bunch of skeletal drum loops, ambient synths and the sound of forest rain, the not-doom-laden-but-definitely-uneasy feeling that permeates Green Graves recalls Actress and Demdike Stare. Not one, not two, but three vinyl.

Prurient
Rainbow Mirror

New Prurient album! And boy is it a big one: Rainbow Mirror is a three-and-a-half-hour super release, currently available as a quadruple disc 8 panel digipack. It’s all fresh original material, delving into deep and quasi-ambient territory without losing the harsh edge of the Prurient project. Massive potent stuff, presented on Profound Lore.

Rainforest Spiritual Enslavement
Ambient Black Magic

Rainforest Spiritual Enslavement is another project from Dominick Fernow (aka Prurient and Vatican Shadow), in which he works with deep and dark synth-dub-ambient on an epic scale, with tracks that roll onwards for half an hour or more. Ambient Black Magic is a new recording, made with the assistance of Silent Servant, and it's an epic listen. Out on Dom’s own Hospital Productions.

Rainforest Spiritual Enslavement
Taking Place In The Foyer

Another Rainforest Spiritual Enslavement reissue, remastered for transparent green vinyl by Paul Corley. Trust Prurient mastermind Dominick Fernow to suck the beauty out of New Guinea’s rainforests, instead making an exoticist study of witch hunts out of them. There’s not a bird or a singing insect to be heard here - only tense, stripped-down atmospheres; narratives of human suffering and supernatural intrigue.

Rainforest Spiritual Enslavement
Papua Land Where Spirits Still Rule

If you missed one of the original sixteen cassette copies of this album when it first came out in 2012, you’ll just have to settle for one of these transparent green vinyl reissues instead. Even noise artists tire of frowning at urban human evil all the time, so for Rainforest Spiritual Enslavement Dominick “Prurient” Fernow has a good old frown at tropical forests instead. The results are as sinister as usual, but far softer and smokier, mostly focused around uneasy atmospheres and ritualistic rhythms.

Rainforest Spiritual Enslavement
Jungle Black Magic and Highlands Green Sorcery

Here’s another long-awaited vinyl release -- of Jungle Black Magic -- from Dominick Fernow under his Rainforest Spiritual Enslavement alias. A substantive one -- 40+ minutes -- featuring some uncomfortably sticky moments where ghosts are pursued, through rainforests, at night. Well, somebody had to. Exotic sounds and deep rumblings ahead. Are you ready to explore the heart of darkness with Dominick? This transparent green LP is an edition of 500, on Hospital Productions. Naturally.

Rainforest Spiritual Enslavement
Fallen Leaves Camouflaged Behind Tropical Flowers

Fallen Leaves Camouflaged Behind Tropical Flowers documents six years of Dominick Fernow’s output under his long-form Rainforest Spiritual Enslavement alias. The first ever vinyl version of the Prurient man's gloom project embeds two drawn-out, grainy, doom-laden tracks inside its unwinding grooves. The once-mysterious release reveals new detail in the slow, sullen yet controlled techno textures coiled and lurking within. If you’re feeling brave. Green vinyl LP on Hospital Productions, limited to just 500 copies worldwide.

Nathan Fake feat. Prurient
DEGREELESSNESS / Now We Know

In a slightly surprising collaboration, warmly hazy electronica merchant Nathan Fake has teamed up with blackened noise-pain dealer Prurient. Degreelessness still sounds bright, but it has an anxious undercurrent to it, partly articulated by Dom Fernow’s distant mutterings. B-side Now We Know is a solo Fake production. 12” on Ninja Tune.
  • Vinyl 12" (ZEN12442)
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Prurient
Pleasure Ground

Furious man Dominick Fernow flips a coin between techno act Vatican Shadow and his noise origin story Prurient, this time coming up heads for a record of doom influenced-dissonance under the latter moniker. Initially released in 2006 on Load, Pleasure Ground is one of the pinnacles of Prurient's attempts at mixing fragility and harsh, unforgiving noise into the same pallette -- anyone who came to know him through the double-disc opus Frozen Niagara Falls -- a glacial, dissonant synth odyssey -- will understand, though this record scales far heavier. This Hospital Productions reissue is now spread across two slabs of vinyl.

Vatican Shadow
Media In The Service Of Terror

Here he is again, scowling and angry sound manipulator Vatican Shadow (aka Dominick Fernow) with another batch of intense drills to scare you out and into the comfort of your own bed. The album steps up the energy to leave you with a head spinning selection of gruesome cuts to help contemplate life in 2016.   

Prurient / Nico Vascellari
Jesus

Nico Vascellari is primarily a visual and performance artist, and if the prospect of a visual accompaniment being provided for a Prurient performance doesn’t frighten you, maybe it should. Especially as the live performances captured on Jesus were centered around Klaus Kinski and GG Allin. Double LP of brutality on Von Archives.

Prurient
Frozen Niagara Falls

The first ‘proper’ (e.g. released in an edition of more than 13) Prurient album in four years, Frozen Niagara Falls is a 90-minute, double-disc opus that spans the different regions of Dom Fernow’s practice across 16 tracks, from brooding atmospheres to howling harsh noise. Expect a suitably cold aesthetic.

Prurient / Panicsville
The Rubber Baron


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Ugandan Methods / Prurient
Dial B For Beauty

Hard, dark Techno and tortured screams from the kind of people you’d expect to be involved in this kind of thing. Prurient’s Dom Fernow (also of Vatican Shadow) has been sinking deeper and deeper into Techno territory over the last few years, so it makes a lot of sense to see this collaboration emerge. As you’d expect, this stuff hits hard. Can’t quite spot the Ugandan influence though...
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Wolf Eyes/ Prurient
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Prurient/ Stillbirth
Split


Cold Cave / Prurient
Stars Explode


Wolf Eyes/ Prurient
The Warriors


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Hototogisu -& Prurient
Snail On A Razor


Sutcliffe Jugend And Prurient
End Of Autumn


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Akitsa / Prurient
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Carlos Giffoni & Prurient
Heavy Rain Returns


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Magik Markers, Wolf Eyes, Prurient, Various
Live at the No Fun Fest


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Kites/ Prurient
Split


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