Deluxe reissue on vinyl of this outstanding 2011 Aussie noise cassette, originally released by Abysmal Sounds in a very-limited run. As soon as I heard Cold on the Blue, I knew that eventually this would become a Prison Tatt project. Unclassifiable, as in "not quite 'harsh noise wall,' not quite 'collage'"; an ultra-inspired, one-man barrage of power electronics, each side a magnum opus of layered, complex, enveloping sound—brutal, yes, but a deep treat for the heads as well. Steeped in the aura of Australian biker culture, inspired specifically by the infamous shoot-off / slaughter known as the "Milperra Massacre" which occurred on 2nd September 1984, resulting in 7 deaths, followed by intense media coverage, making an indelible impression on a young J. Badd, who lived nearby at the time and would go on to create this landmark monster of a noise tape. All original artwork (and then some) from the original release is included and enhanced for this limited LP; front and back covers, custom LP labels, and a 2-sided insert, all collected and designed by the artist. The original audio has been remastered for vinyl from J.'s originals, making this in total a handsome package, and a must-have for fans of one-of-a-kind heavy electronics.
Performer [Bashings, Bleedings & Misanthropy] – J. Badd
Foldout screenprinted cover with Insert, custom-art LP labels
Limited To 100 Hand-Numbered Copies
1000 Yard Stare - Wm. Berger
Includes unlimited streaming of Cold on the Blue
via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.