Volcanic Tongue Catalogue

Mouthus
Bigger Throws

Our Mouth

CD-R
£1.99


Three track from this New York free/rock/noise unit who work with Double Leopards as part of the White Rock cabal. This one is on their own label and matches sick high-end guitar destruction with No Wave muscle, repeato oil-drum/cardboard box percussion and some totally bombed fidelity. A few bones noisier than the EP record, think Cro-Magnon tackling Interstellar Space. Now drool. Yr a winner! Edition of 200.

Mouthus
Follow This House

Important Records Imprec-121

CD
£2.99


Major new Mouthus album peaks at a whole new level of barbarous sludge with what sounds like a fleet of electric razors burying steel raptors in six feet of concrete while the Angus MacLise Orkestra play pre-Lapsarian Morse codes on a handbuilt steel drum containers and whole choirs of ghosts sing madrigals somewhere just over the horizon. There's a beautifully lapsed, primitive rock feel to much of the atmosphere - the way guitar lines appear like silvery hallucinations fading in and out of corporeal reality from track to track - that reminds me of the weird non-hierarchical instrumental mix of early NZ bombs like Trash, Dead C or Dadamah. Either way, this is another supremely devolved rock set from these crudest of cousins.

Eskimo King
Satellite Decisions

Our Mouth #18

CD-R
£1.99


New self-released solo album from Brian of Mouthus featuring some acoustic led thunder ballads that sound as if they are played with the last stumps of his fingers through to hurricane force post-Industrial blues jams that cross the malevolent occult power of mid-period Swans with laminal arrangements of fuzz and drone.

Mouthus
Dual Drift

Our Mouth #19

CD-R
£1.99


Limited 2007 self-released album from Mouthus. Pulsing, minimal rock brut that sounds like the Kosmiche psych of Neu/La Dusseldorf et al endlessly extended across spools of repeating magnetic tape ala Terry Riley before the whole thing erupts into fuzz coated propellers set to spin in huge, deserted warehouses while primitive drum machines trigger fried jolts of electricity. A very beautiful release from these two.

Mouthus
s/t

No Fun NFP-18

2x12
£8.99


“Industrial Psych Rock from Brooklyn troglodytes of heaviness. Twice the volume, twice the destruction, twice the machinery, twice the head ache of psychedelic industrial joy! Play it at whatever speed you want. Limited to 350 copies.” – NF.

Axolotl + Eskimo King
s/t

Our Mouth #20

CD-R
£3.99


New limited, self-released collaborative album from Brian Sullivan of NY rock behemoths Mouthus and Karl Bauer’s Axolotl project. A series of abstract sound works that run from drugged, slowed down vocals through subterranean vats of water and drone ala HNAS’s early recordings, heavenly shortwave codes carved into rusty Industrial miniatures and perfectly nuanced reconciliations of Axolotl’s high, religious sound and Mouthus’s low-slung urban crank.

Chaw Mank
Volume 1

Our Mouth #8

CD-R
£1.99


Chaw Mank is Brian Sullivan, guitarist and vocalist with Mouthus in the company of the Sightings duo. Volume 1 presents a muscular spin on established Mouthus stop-motion murk strategies with spools of rusty repeat blown to flesh by some devastating rock damage. Highly recommended.

Mouthus
EU Tour Singularity

Our Mouth No Cat

CD-R
£1.99


Limited edition tour collage/mash-up from the duo of Brian Sullivan and Nate Nelson. This one is even more out of focus and malformed than the corpus of their back catalogue, with vague thunder clouds and fucked-up electro percussion floating the ghost of Alan Vega through sheet metal memories of the TG 24 cassette box.