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Lustmord (feat. John Balance (COIL))

Things That Were

IF-66CD
Release Notes
  • Old-school industrial stuff from Dark Ambient legend
  • Fans of SPK, Coil, Throbbing Gristle, Zos Kia
  • Feat. John Balance (COIL) on bass and vocal.
  • Excellent sound and studio remastering by Peter Andesson (rison d’etre)
  • taken from the ORIGINAL MASTERS
  • 2xCD, in Deluxe digibook
  • Ultimate collectors item for those who deeply in the old-school industrial music, collectors, rare-searchers and especially great gift for all LUSTMORD lovers

Things That Were, a limited 2CD Digibook edition of the earliest Lustmord recordings will be released by Infinite fog Production on March 22th.

This 2CD Box-Set presented by the godfather of the genre of Dark Ambient/Industrial, B. Lustmord, putting into its focus the very early works recorded between 1980-83 including previously unreleased material and the very first Lustmord recording of all, in it’s primitive glory.

Lustmord’s intense and aggressive Live Performances in the early 80’s had been recognized by other Industrial Bands like Throbbing Gristle and SPK, the latter leading to a cooperation with Graeme Revell for many years including being a member of SPK and taking over their label Side Effects.

His outstanding skills as an artist and sound designer extended into several further collaborations with artists as such as Current 93, Nurse With Wound, Chris & Cosey, Robert Rich, John Balance (Coil), Melvins and Tool, and since the early 90’s gams, television and over forty Hollywood movies like The Crow and Underworld.

Remastered version of Lustmord’s first and very sought after LP release on Nocturnal Emissions’ Sterile Records.

Remastered versions of the tracks that comprised the very first album from 1981, earlier versions of some of the tracks along with live recordings from 1981 and 1982, also includes compilation tracks from 1982-83, along with previously unreleased material from the same period, including the very first Lustmord recording from 1980, including one with John Balance.