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Controlled Death / Rudolf Eb.er
Death Ceremonies

Familiar with each other through collaborations that go back decades, extreme noise musician Maso Yamazaki (a.k.a. Controlled Death) and former Schimpfluch member Rudolf Eb.er conjure up what sounds like the score to some unspeakable imaginary horror film with Death Ceremonies with vistas of unsettling drones and scratchy strings. 
  • Vinyl LP (CSR283LP)
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Coil
A Guide For Beginners - The Voice Of Silver / A Guide For Finishers - A Hair Of Gold

A Guide For Beginners - The Voice Of Silver and A Guide For Finishers - A Hair Of Gold are two ‘best of’ compilations by Coil. They were initially released as two separate albums and intended to introduce the music of the legendary experimental electronic duo to Russia. They are now being released as a two CD set as an overview of the duo’s whole career. They’ve been unavailable for over 20 years, so this news should excite fans!

Minóy
In Search Of Tarkovsky

California-based Minóy, real name Stanley Keith Bowsza, made DIY noise music. Music as art. In Search of Tarkovsky is his 1986 album dedicated to the late Russian film director. It is an electronic sound collage which takes the listener through every emotion and every state of being. It was originally released on cassette, this is the first reissue since its initial release. Bowsza sadly died in 2010.
  • CD (CSR273CD)
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Coil
Backwards

Hello everyone and welcome, to the ever-so-slightly weird and very wonderful world of Coil. Every bit as wonderful as the rest of the mighty Coil canon, 'Backwards' is a little extra special arriving in 2015 as an extra-beautified end product; from a project with its origins way back in 1992! Beautiful and ghoulish in equal measure, in true Coil style, it's kinda heartwarming to see the power within these grooves, undiminished some 23 years later. On Cold Spring records.

Coil
Stolen & Contaminated Songs

Coil made so much good stuff when making their 1991 album Love’s Secret Domain, there were enough outtakes of sufficient quality to make another album. That album was 1992’s Stolen & Contaminated Songs. The album shows Coil’s ability to balance experimentation with tradition and give abstract ideas widescreen scope. 

Anni Hogan
Lost In Blue

A star-studded and aptly titled new album of forlorn songs by Anni Hogan (AEAEA, Attrition, Marc and the Mambas and many others.) Hogan’s enthusiasm for collaboration has surely led to lots of friendships over the years, which may explain the incendiary team she’s put together for this one. There’s Lydia Lunch, ex-Kraftwerk Wolfgang Flür, Kid Congo Powers, Scarlet West - to name just a few.

Zeni Geva & Steve Albini
Maximum Implosion

This release by Zeni Geva (the noise rock band led by KK Null) and Steve Albini (producer extraordinaire and Big Black / Shellac main bastard) gathers up all their collaborations from over the years, with material including 1992 live tracks and tracks from the rare Superunit release. Comprehensive and also crushingly heavy double CD set.

Penny Rimbaud’s L’Académie Des Vanités
Yes Sir, The Truth Of Revolution

During the political unrest of the Faulklands conflict, 1982's 'Yes sir, I will' by Crass was as hard-hitting as they come. Writer Penny Rimbaud re-imaged the piece for Blackpool's Rebellion Festival thirty years later, taking the original sentiment and applying it to the current political climate. The recording features some of the leading names in London's jazz scene. Available on CD. 

Khost [Deconstructed and Reconstructed by] Godflesh
Needles Into The Ground

Khost’s album Corrosive Shroud was pretty brutal to begin with, it must be said, but that didn’t stop them from letting Justin K Broadrick of Godflesh have a go at it, leaving several tracks even more cranked-up and angry than before. Needles Into The Ground [Deconstructed and Reconstructed by] Godflesh is a harsh blackened-blast of a listen and no mistake.

Skullflower
Draconis

Matthew Bower has been evil for a minute or two, traceable in the lineage of British noise and power electronics as a shadowy figure with a guitar, lots of pedals and a dedication to changing minds and shattering ears. His Skullflower project has concentrated more on the industrial side of things, while retaining a natural beauty you won't find in much other work like this. On 'Draconis', he's joined by Samantha Davis, and together they take what's pretty in the world and drown it in white noise. 

Iron Fist Of The Sun
We Can Yield Our Own Footseps

Iron Fist Of The Sun flaunts his power violence / electronics with this new album, We Can Yield Our Own Footsteps. Chilly synths, untraceable clicks and pops, and of course the genre favourite of indecipherably distorted screamed vocals! Six tracks of harsh action, or seven on the CD edition. From Cold Spring.

Mothra
Doom Engine

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Kristian Eidnes Andersen
Antichrist (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

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Coil / Zos Kia / Marc Almond
How To Destroy Angels

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Merzbow / Genesis Breyer P-Orridge
A Perfect Pain

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Barry Adamson + Pan Sonic + The Hafler Trio
The Hymn Of The 7th Illusion

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Corrupted
Felicific Algorithim

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Krzysztof Penderecki
Kosmogonia

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Psychic TV
Kondole / Dead Cat

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Common Eider, King Eider
Shrines For The Unwanted, Respite For The Cast Aside

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Trepaneringsritualen
Perfection & Permanence

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Coil / Current 93 / Foetus / Test Dept.
The Sound Of Progress

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Penny Rimbaud's Kernschmelze II
Cantata For Improvised Voice

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Dave Ball • Jon Savage
Photosynthesis

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Skullflower
The Spirals Of Great Harm

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Zos Kia / Coil
Transparent

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Merzbow & Balázs Pándi
Live At FAC251

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Sun Ra | Merzbow
Strange City

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Hijokaidan
Emergency Stairway To Heaven

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Nadja/ Atavist/ Satori
Infernal Procession...And Then Everything Dies

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Machinefabriek
Veldwerk

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Skitliv
Bloodletting

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Psychic TV
Themes

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Merzbow
Nezumimochi

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Masonna
Spectrum Ripper

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AX
Metal Forest

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Skullflower/ Mastery
Split

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Scott Miller / Lee Camfield / Merzbow
No Closure

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Various
Throne

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Iron Fist Of The Sun
Who Will Help Me Wash My Right Hand

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Psychic TV
Live At Thee Ritz

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Hirsute Pursuit (featuring Boyd Rice)
Boyd Keeps Swinging

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Burial Hex
Book Of Delusions

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Lull & Beta Cloud & Andrew Liles
Circadian Rhythm Disturbance Reconfigured

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Psychic TV
Ov Power

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Psychic TV
Paramartha

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Psychic TV
Batschkapp

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Sutcliffe Jugend
With Extreme Prejudice

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Various
John Barleycorn Reborn: Rebirth

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Burial Hex/ Iron Fist Of The Sun
Actaeon / Grown Under English Ice

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Tenhornedbeast
Hunts And Wars

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Skullflower
Fucked On A Pile Of Corpses

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Machinefabriek
Daas

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Anni Hogan
Kickabye

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Merzbow
Graft

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Prurient
The Black Post Society

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Boyd Rice & Z'ev
Untitled

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Lull
Collected

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Merzbow
Anicca

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Merzbow/ Sutcliffe Jugend/ Satori
Split

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Sagittarius
Songs From The Ivory Tower

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Bleeding Heart Narrative
All That Was Missing We Never Had In The World

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C.C.C.C
Chaos Is The Cosmos

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Zeni Geva
Maximum Money Monster

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Sutcliffe Jugend
Pigdaddy

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Merzbow Vs Nordvargr
Partikel

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