Volcanic Tongue Catalogue

Dead Machines
Eaten By Time


C30 Cassette

Limited to 100 in fold-in card sleeve and spray-painted cassette, this is one of the most outrageously fucked duo blats from John and Tovah Olson. Starts off with the sound of cassette decks force-fed spools of vocal rust before punching out a couple of powerchords and moving into extended blades of teeth-curling metal and sick, protesting drone. Totally fantastic - when I first read a review of AMM's The Crypt back in fuck knows when this is exactly what it sounded like inside my brain.

The Skull Defekts

Meudiademorte MDDM-17

C40 Cassette

Blast of densely-assembled technicolour electronics from this European avant/orchestra, with Henrik Rylander (ex Union Carbide Productions) and Joachim Nordwall (Alvars Orkester) joined by Lasse Marhaug. Edition of 100 with screenprinted fold-over covers.

Vanishing Voice

Meudiademorte MDDM-28

One-Sided C50 Cassette

Major album from The Vanishing Voice minus Wooden Wand and Satya Sai in an edition of 200 copies with gold silkscreened sleeves. Starts off in a beautifully evocative almost Mirror-esque glassy trance style before levitating through screaming radio waves ala MEV into something quite unlike anything else in their back catalogue, something that more closely resembles the more Bower-reverent moments of Pete Nolan's early Spectre Flux material. Either way, it sounds fantastic and might just be the best release by this cabal to date. OOP.

Datashock & Shivers
Vol. 1



Nicely packaged with full-colour paste-on sleeves LP instalment from these two noise/drone orchestras who traverse plains of inhospitable tone torrents with huge diamond wheels, curves of feedback and brain-lolling minimal psych. Edition of 100 copies on white/splattered vinyl.


Meudiademorte MDDM-22

Cassette + 3" CD-R

"One old track when Datashock was a 2 piece project (released in a different version on bris cul records drone season 2) which starts off echoing UMMAGUMMA-era Pink Floyd and quickly mutates into an alien exercise in applying heavy reverb, massive repeating delay, and the Doppler effect to simulate giant machines and robots coming and going. Wether (mike haley founder of electric human project) came up with a Wretched, degraded dope electronic track. The 3" CD-R includes remixes from the cassette tracks: Tobert Knopp (Aosuke, Turbostaat) remixed the Datashock track and Aughra (Brent Eyestone from the Magic Bullet record label and bands such as Forensics, Corn On Macabre, Waifle) remixed the Wether track. Limited to 100." - Meudiamorte. Comes in a cool oversize full-colour art sleeve in hangable display bag.