Tuesday, March 24, 2009
The Static Hymnal V/A 6X C-6O Box Set. We are beyond excited to bring you this project that has been 2 years in the making from 3 labels (Husk/Factotum/Hung Like a Horse) features 42 artists, on 6 c-60's. 6 cassettes of sonic depression and terror fueled electronics. Features some of the best Death Industrial, Drone, Experimental, Noise from around the world. Includes tracks from Wilt/Envenomist/Bernard Mothstal/Red Needled Sea/Jason Schuler/Teeth Collection/Altar of Flies/Family Battle Snake/Ordo Lacrina Christi/Pillars of Heaven/Kam Kassah/Altars/Sewer Goddess/Fat Legs/Josh Lay/Wether/Camisole/Natatraja/Gnarly Sheen/The Fortieth Day/Hallowed Butchery/Ettrick/Riververb/Blue Sabbath Black Cheer/Fermentae/One Lifeless Eye/Tree Creature/Stemcell Research Project/Ben Allen/Breath of Chaos/Steel Hook Prostheses/Scard/Dzakar/Hauntings/Demonologists/Toxicum Aestus/Scythe Death/M. Kourie/Black Moss/Metek/Ryan Unks/Gnaw Their Tongues.
Full color artwork. Edition of 100 copies. $40 ppd in the U.S.
-you can order these from Matthew at Factotum(ex Epicene), myself at Husk, and very soon from Cory at Hung Like a Horse. Thanks.
Wednesday, March 4, 2009
Saturday, 21 March 2009
The Final Rites of Orbis Nex
In Equinoctial Aftermath
9.30p First Rite
3.00a The End
(Members of Maleficia, Chronicles of Lemur Mutation, Laudanum, Horse Thief, A.C. Way, and I Will Kill You Fucker)
(Deathroes, Crash Worship, R. Jencks)
(L'acephale, Incisional, Drugs – from Portland)
(Throat singing and ritual – from Portland)
(Fauna, Fearthainne – from Olympia)
Last rites will be performed throughout the night by Steve Joyner, Zaskia Morgan, and Jennifer Sullivan. The final act will be performed by Patricia Cram.
CANEPHORA – Jennifer is seeking twenty-one women to participate in her rite. Unearth yourselves and write her via firstname.lastname@example.org
And finally – if there are symbols you carry that you would like to bury with Orbis Nex, or if you possess objects in need of an abyss, Patricia's rite will provide a final resting place for such things. Your object(s) should be relatively small, and should not be capable of spilling or decomposing. When the time arrives, you will be told.