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New releases last four weeks: Industrial/Noise

Industrial/Noise vinyl released in the last four weeks
Items 1 to 32 of 32 on page 1 of 1
Infinite Darkness
Cat: ARFA 4232. Rel: 12 Jun 24
Dirge Out (feat Ian Astbury)
Machine (feat Michele Lamy)
Ashes & Dust (feat Actors)
Love (feat Louisahhh)
Meth Rain (feat Front Line Assembly)
Into My Body (feat Blush Response)
The Void Of Nothingness
Infinite Blackness (feat Speedy J)
 in stock $16.12
CHBB (limited 180 gram vinyl 2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: SSLP 07. Rel: 21 Jun 24
Mau Mau (5:08)
Nbke (4:53)
Bali (3:19)
Schatten (3:12)
Highroller (1:32)
Metall (3:33)
Nobodies Perfect (5:36)
Disconanz (3:34)
Voyage Au Bout De La Nuit (4:36)
Chou Frou (4:33)
La Petit Mort (2:02)
Irriter Les Esprits (3:00)
Trigger Up Up! (3:38)
Klick Clac (1:31)
Speedloch (2:59)
Ima Iki Mashoo (2:22)
Go Go Go! (2:21)
Monkey Rules (5:07)
Shapeshifter (3:07)
Two Track One (4:08)
Review: CHBB was a project by Beate Bartel and Chris Haas that developed from a collaboration first embarked upon in 1981, while working on the self-titled album Liaisons Dangereuses. After initially releasing their music only on four limited cassettes, this compilation from Soulsheriff flaunts their complete works, including all recordings from the original tapes paired with several new and original tracks by each artist. One can hardly tell the difference between original and new here; from the surreally throat-sung contraltos of 'NBKE' to the jankily strange doubletimes of 'Bali', from the the warbly hypnotisms of 'Shapeshifter' to the womping-kicks-over-German-language-incantations of 'Ima Iki-Mashoo', there's an industrial, experimental treat here for everyone.
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 in stock $35.67
Call Of The Abyss
Cat: DSG 003. Rel: 24 Jun 24
Voices From The Abyss
Stalactites (feat Valentin Henning)
Perpetual (Zee Mon remix)
Stalactites (feat Valentin Henning - Damon Jee remix)
Stalactites (feat Valentin Henning - Zakmina remix)
 in stock $17.43
Onus (CD)
Cat: SOULCD 205. Rel: 28 May 24
Overwhelming Cruelty
Cooling Despair
Unavoidable Darkness
The Unsound Of Love
 in stock $15.84
Brumes (cassette)
Cat: FELTCS 005. Rel: 31 May 24
Brumes 01 (6:28)
Brumes 02 (5:53)
Brumes 03 (4:35)
Brumes 04 (6:01)
Brumes 05 (4:34)
Brumes 06 (5:35)
Brumes 07 (6:39)
Brumes 08 (5:52)
Nord (2:18)
 in stock $13.73
Sound Mechanic
Cat: VG 08. Rel: 20 Jun 24
Neil Feather - "Track 1" (4:26)
Neil Feather & Kristen Toedtman - "Track 2" (4:43)
Wondofeather - "Puppet" (2:59)
Neil Feather - "Track 4" (8:51)
Worm Eater - "Personal Space" (2:41)
Popular Organ Fun Party - "Track 6" (5:55)
Neil Feather - "Train Song/Porch Song" (3:23)
Neil Feather - "(Dirty-clean) Cleaners" (5:19)
Popular Organ Fun Party - "Vetical Curtain" (2:45)
Neil Feather - "Track 10" (1:16)
Music Time - "Flytape" (4:48)
 in stock $28.26
The Paradox In Me
The Paradox In Me (limited numbered 12" + MP3 download code)
Cat: STUMM 508. Rel: 20 Jun 24
Ephemere (4:28)
In Synthesis (3:07)
Evolve (5:34)
Shore Break (3:43)
Glacier (5:03)
Dark Enough? (3:18)
Review: Most of the time you expect Terence Fixmer to deliver a steely strain of techno which reliably moves monolithic crowds in any temple you care to mention, but on this album for Novamute he's purposefully opened his palette to the EBM and industrial sounds which sparked his imagination as a teenager. It's instantly apparent on the abrasive jackhammer sonics of opening track 'Test of the Times', while 'In Synthesis' comes on with the sort of tough but sexy arpeggios you'd readily associate with Nitzer Ebb or Front 242. There's still a dancefloor functionality in these tracks, but pure techno is not the order of the day, and the results are thrilling from start to finish.
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 in stock $17.43
No Comment
No Comment (heavyweight milky clear vinyl 12")
Cat: AMLP 1424. Rel: 07 Jun 24
Commando Mix (9:26)
SFr Nomenklatura (1 & 2) (6:37)
Deceit (Behind Your Face) (3:49)
Lovely Day (5:27)
No Shuffle (3:57)
Special Forces (5:31)
Review: Front 242's decision to re-release No Comment in partnership with Alfa Matrix is a testament to their influential status in electronic music. Originally released in 1984, the album marked a significant moment for the band as they solidified their lineup and began to attract a devoted following. The remastered version by Daniel B. allows listeners to experience the album's innovative and unmatched sound in the best audio quality possible. No Comment was a early example of Front 242's high-tech, hard-edged electronic punk dance music, establishing them as leaders of the emerging electronic body music movement. Front 242's commitment to pushing the boundaries of sound and technology is evident throughout the album. Their cold, synthetic brand of electronic dance music became their signature sound, influencing electronic music for decades to come.
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 in stock $29.06
Endless Riddance (40th Anniversary Edition)
Endless Riddance (40th Anniversary Edition) (12" in spot-varnished sleeve)
Cat: WAX 9219. Rel: 12 Jun 24
Take One (4:46)
Controversy Between (4:57)
Sample D (3:15)
 in stock $34.33
Endless Riddance
Endless Riddance (heavyweight milky clear vinyl 12")
Cat: AMLP 1422. Rel: 07 Jun 24
Controverysy Between (4:57)
Sample D (3:15)
Take One (4:46)
Review: Front 242's re-release of their timeless classics on crystal clear vinyl is a true gift to electronic music aficionados. Originally unleashed in 1983, the Endless Riddance EP, following their debut album Geography, remains a pivotal moment in the genre's history. This release served as the bedrock for the group's influential sound, shaping industrial and EBM music for decades to come. Front 242's dedication to their craft and relentless innovation is evident in their ongoing influence on electronic music. As they embark on their final tour in 2024, it's a fitting tribute to their enduring legacy. With their mantra, "always ahead," Front 242 continues to pave the way for future generations of electronic artists.

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 in stock $26.68
Endless Riddance (40th Anniversary Edition)
Endless Riddance (40th Anniversary Edition) (limited heavyweight clear vinyl 12" in spot-varnished sleeve)
Cat: WAX 9219CLEAR. Rel: 24 Jun 24
Take One (4:46)
Controversy Between (4:57)
Sample D (3:15)
 in stock $40.67
Music For Cyber Cafe
Music For Cyber Cafe (LP + insert)
Cat: EMC 019LP. Rel: 13 Jun 24
Morning (4:57)
Afternoon (9:25)
Evening (8:09)
Night (remix) (6:10)
 in stock $26.68
The Synthetic Form
The Synthetic Form (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: SONDE 01. Rel: 10 Jun 24
Frantic (3:43)
Halo (Rebirth) (5:17)
Sickness (4:36)
Pulvis Et Umbra Sumus (4:08)
Retina (4:02)
Wound (5:12)
Burn (7:17)
Ich Dein (6:28)
Empty (2:32)
Only Living Witness (4:18)
Thin While Line (4:40)
Regret (5:56)
Halo (8:44)
III (4:30)
Review: In a heartfelt tribute to the late Mike Wells, Viasonde, with the blessing of the Wells family, reintroduces Gridlock with vinyl reissues of their four main albums, starting with The Synthetic Form double LP. In the mid-90s, amidst a dance-floor-centric electro-industrial scene, San Francisco metal defectors Mike Wells and Mike Cadoo bonded over non-metal influences, leading to the creation of Gridlock. Armed with a sampler and synths, Wells crafted tracks that Cadoo enhanced with vocals, resulting in a grittier, more ominous electro-industrial sound. Eschewing upbeat rhythms for a dystopian pace, they drew inspiration from Skinny Puppy, Einsturzende Neubauten, and Fields of the Nephilim. Their Sickness demo faced numerous rejections for its lack of danceability until Pendragon Records recognised its potential - this reissue is testament to Gridlock's unique legacy and enduring impact.
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 in stock $27.46
The Synthetic Form
The Synthetic Form (limited gatefold clear with bone & black splattered vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: SONDE 01B. Rel: 10 Jun 24
Frantic (3:43)
Halo (Rebirth) (5:17)
Sickness (4:36)
Pulvis Et Umbra Sumus (4:08)
Retina (4:02)
Wound (5:12)
Burn (7:17)
Ich Dein (6:28)
Empty (2:32)
Only Living Witness (4:18)
Thin While Line (4:40)
Regret (5:56)
Halo (8:44)
III (4:30)
 in stock $27.46
Cat: ONEIREC 02. Rel: 19 Jun 24
La Luz
Contra La Pared
 in stock $11.09
Empire Illusion
Cat: PSR 24. Rel: 03 Jun 24
Empire Illusion (2:56)
Assistant's Revenge (3:21)
The Inexhaustible Bottle (2:59)
Sands Of The Nile (2:58)
Battle Of The Barrels (2:58)
Dagger Head Box (3:27)
Hindersight (0:50)
Cellular Lock (2:59)
Emergent Torrent (3:29)
Opposing Effigies (3:33)
Spilled Lotus Bowl (4:38)
Glosser (4:24)
 in stock $23.51
The Adept
The Adept (LP + insert)
Cat: LPHEA 001. Rel: 13 Jun 24
TYVM (feat Saionji BBBBBBB) (2:14)
REM Fodder (feat James Ginzburn, Koenraad Ecker) (5:18)
Nobody (feat DJ Scotch Rolex, Hybrid Intuition) (3:09)
Djangili (feat Talpah) (2:14)
Verbose Patmos (feat Safety Trance) (3:08)
4 AM In The Mara (feat DJ Die Soon) (2:24)
33rd Degree Access (feat Backxwash, Saionji BBBBBBB) (3:25)
Sham-Ra (feat Rully Shabara, Saionji BBBBBBB) (1:39)
Red Carpet Sleepwalker (feat Fatboi Sharif, Safety Trance) (2:53)
Kvlt Brazen (feat Brodinski) (2:31)
Acts Of God (feat Vulture Thrust, Bidimensional Gangsta) (2:29)
Vistas (feat DJ Scotch Rolex) (2:49)
Emblem Blem (feat Talpah) (2:30)
Review: A hugely exciting one from Haekalu Records, a label like no other; you'll know what we mean when you listen to this one. Helmed up by the prolific Lord Spikeheart himself, Haekalu are committed - in their own words - to repping the heaviest and most intense music from Africa. First up on the label is The Adept, the debut full-length LP from the aforementioned Ugandan electronic rap-metal singularity. A thousand-volt rotation of influences - from grindcore, hardtrance, death metal and industrial electronica - The Adept is much more than adept at, well, jamming an arsenal of sonic drill bits down your ears, albeit in a way that proves enjoyable. With collabs across the board from DJ Scotch Rolex to Safety Trance to Brodinski, the atmosphere on this one is unparalleled in its propensity to frighten and awe-inspire.
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 in stock $26.16
The Void
The Void (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: HZDRECORDS 09. Rel: 24 Jun 24
Niemand Hzd - "The Void"
Nologic Hzd - "Save The World"
Vikkei - "Disillusioni"
Aarkaos - "Inner Shadows"
 in stock $17.17
Imaginary Time
Cat: SCR 006. Rel: 17 Jun 24
Imaginary Time (7:18)
Imaginary Time (Gesloten Cirkel Keep Playing remix) (6:30)
Imaginary Time '99 (Revolutionary Industrial Trance mix) (14:48)
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 in stock $22.18
Electro Bloody Music
Cat: BARRO 10. Rel: 04 Jun 24
Buruhilketa (5:46)
Shaktale (5:59)
Cementerio Caliente (5:50)
Noisebuilder (5:50)
Noisebuilder (Delectro remix) (5:52)
 in stock $17.43
Fiction Prediction
Fiction Prediction ('melanin of war' brown & blue vinyl LP limited to 300 copies)
Cat: 31G 140V2. Rel: 18 Jun 24
Dick On The Dance Floor (3:22)
Clogged Sync (feat Eric Livingston & Ethan Campa) (3:23)
The Baader Review (feat CrowJane) (3:14)
The Bouquet (feat D-Styles) (3:33)
Terrible Purpose (feat Ric Scales) (4:03)
Horror Movie Called Civilization (feat Tommy Meehan) (2:22)
Filthy Suitcase (3:22)
Goals Gone Wild (feat Tommy Meehan) (3:43)
Rack More Brains (feat Kent Osborne) (3:24)
Unreal Estate (feat Dave Scott Stone) (3:50)
Let Me Explain This Again (feat Josie Cotton & Gabe Serbian) (4:08)
 in stock $31.43
Wandering Echoes
Cat: AV! 090CD. Rel: 21 Jun 24
Blue Idol (4:30)
Mysteries In Fire (4:40)
Flowers & Surrender (4:31)
Echoes Of Dreams (4:50)
Slow Kill, Fast Love (4:52)
The Naked Sun (4:19)
The Wanderer (4:32)
A Thousands Birds (3:47)
Les Meurtrieres De L'Aube (3:27)
 in stock $12.67
Tardigrados (12" + insert)
Cat: KUNDA 08. Rel: 04 Jun 24
Sexual Relates vs Vikks - "Tormento" (6:41)
Blackoutband - "No Way Out" (6:02)
R1D - "Mental Glitch" (6:47)
Hiry - "L'arme" (6:04)
 in stock $20.34
Masters Of All This Hell
Masters Of All This Hell (LP + MP3 download code limited to 300 copies)
Cat: ANTI 026LP. Rel: 06 Jun 24
Sharkie (4:47)
5th Of Fireball (5:31)
Messi Alesis (0:25)
Security Challenge (6:02)
Death Perception (3:38)
Livid After Midnight (2:58)
Jogging In Jeans (3:16)
I'm Trying To Watch The Fucking Telly! (3:22)
Zakk Mylde (3:17)
Cyclops Of Weymede (3:48)
Korojekt Laundromat (3:34)
Review: Shit and Shine returns with Masters Of All This Hell, a new electronic LP that showcases Craig Clouse's signature pataphysical and unapologetically free approach to musical composition. This album is a masterclass in surreal collages and idiosyncratic beat-making, offering a distinctive blend of sonic thrills that is both stiflingly lo-fi and refreshingly unembellished. Clouse's latest work shows his unique soundscape that defies conventional electronic music norms. While his music could be classified as techno, it is imbued with the raw, sweaty energy of basement noise. His machines pop and stutter, creating a blown-out fuzz of noise and distortion that feels akin to Green Velvet jamming with Wolf Eyes. Tracks like''Death Perception' feature muffled militaristic snares, queasy reverb, distant vocal echoes, and stabbing bass sounds, creating a dense, immersive experience. 'Jogging in Jeans' is a demented DSP exercise that sounds like it's been left in the washer-dryer for an extra cycle, adding a layer of unpredictability to the album. Even on tracks with more familiar elements, such as 'I'm Trying to Watch the Fucking Telly,' Clouse injects tongue-in-cheek vocal samples and grubby breakdowns that keep the listener on their toes. Masters Of All This Hell is a no-holds-barred exploration of sound, demonstrating Clouse's creativity in blending the surreal with the rhythmic. It's an album that pushes boundaries and challenges listeners.
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 in stock $28.00
Rum & Coke
Rum & Coke (white vinyl LP + MP3 download code limited to 300 copies)
Cat: REPOSELP 132. Rel: 28 May 24
Rum & Coke (4:05)
Shit! (2:09)
Intruder (3:23)
Stolen (6:37)
Chicken Of The Sea (2:20)
Sparkling Water (2:54)
One Drag (4:02)
Lawnmont (4:52)
Airplane Toilet (4:46)
5 Amazing Brunch Spots (3:58)
 in stock $21.12
True Surrender
True Surrender (180 gram translucent red vinyl LP)
Cat: MDFLP 12. Rel: 31 May 24
Invocation (2:18)
A Pale Horse (3:41)
Dos Thrones (3:30)
Tooth & Nail (3:17)
Pitchfork (3:06)
One Of Us Is On Fire/Trial #2/Vespers (4:23)
Noon Blood (4:26)
Summoner (2:55)
Cilice (3:26)
Where I May Outwatch The Bear (3:35)
True Surrender (3:26)
You Let Me In Just To Pour Me Down Their Mouths (1:33)
 in stock $27.21
Unreal Memory
Unreal Memory (2xLP + MP3 download code limited to 200 copies)
Cat: HCR 020LP02. Rel: 04 Jun 24
MonoReject126 (4:04)
Wav3G7iM653 (5:09)
Euphoric Imitations (6:24)
Non-Decay (2:17)
28th Of 12th (5:37)
Percido Boundary (5:57)
Process Mapping 202 (4:59)
Juno (Swirling Clouds) (5:35)
Unreal Memory (4:56)
Return To Abnormal (4:32)
Rave Machine (5:50)
Gobshite Acid (4:44)
 in stock $41.47
TO1 (cassette limited to 40 copies)
Cat: TOTCLOTH 001. Rel: 12 Jun 24
(Ever Get The Feeling) You've Been Cheated?
Naked Repugnance
Carnival Of Anxiety
Mutilation (part 2)
Sasshobun, Shori
Mutilation (part 1)
Feeding The Enemy
 in stock $16.38
Every Step Causes A Crack
Every Step Causes A Crack (LP limited to 150 copies)
Cat: NATURAL 071. Rel: 05 Jun 24
Every Step Causes A Crack (3:29)
Monitor View (2:06)
Fly High (3:06)
Do You Have What It Takes (1:28)
Faking It The Whole Time (2:01)
Batman (1:59)
Always Forward (3:05)
Hellsbells (0:57)
When It Comes, We'll See It Coming (2:56)
You're Fading Away (1:49)
Out Of Town (2:43)
 in stock $17.43
Innocence Of Logic
Innocence Of Logic (limited cassette)
Cat: PSR 27B. Rel: 18 Jun 24
Streetsweeper's Entrance (1:52)
Innocent Discovery (5:27)
Lucifer (4:10)
Eigengrau (3:37)
Cruel Bohemian (6:27)
Morning Joy (2:48)
Innocence Track Number 7 (3:45)
Skylight Rain (5:45)
Drunk (5:19)
Pain Of Understanding (3:32)
 in stock $14.78
Insurrection (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: ITR 385LP. Rel: 10 Jun 24
Sewer (4:54)
Invasion (3:37)
Crash (4:34)
Cyanide Soul (6:13)
Murder One (9:34)
Fireballer Fever (3:26)
Genocide (4:02)
Chains (3:56)
Jet Lord (1:05)
Mercy (4:05)
Fireballer Spirit (5:21)
 in stock $39.89
Cat: BKMETAH 200. Rel: 28 May 24
Tanz Den Rod
Killing A Spider
The Steifel
Tanz Den Tod (12 Inch instrumental)
Schlossgheist (12 Inch instrumental)
Killing A Spider (12 Inch instrumental)
The Steifel (12 Inch instrumental)
 in stock $19.28
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