Triple LP Box Set · (Urashima)


ATRAX MORGUE was the brainchild of Marco Corbelli. This infamous power electronics/death industrial project was started in the early nineties and focused on various areas related to the field of psychopathology: murder, violent death, sadism, necrophilia, schizophrenia and insanity. The primary influences come from projects as BRIGHTER DEATH NOW and WHITEHOUSE, pioneers of minimal, evil and visceral electronics, and from the legendary Italian projects MAUTHAUSEN ORCHESTRA and THE SODALITY. The main manifesto of ATRAX MORGUE is the analysis of death, its perfection and complete habituation: injections of death to continue to live.

Necro Box is a tribute to the degenerate art of ATRAX MORGUE, one of the greatest exponents of industrial/power electronics in Italy. The first LP in this box is Necro Sintesi, originally released in 1993 on Slaughter Productions label as a split tape with LUNUS. It contains three tracks based on deathly cold analog drones that characterize the early productions of ATRAX MORGUE. Deviate and anxious sounds that stab into your head like sharp razor blades. The following LP is Necrophiliac Experience, the second split tape with LUNUS, released on Slaughter Productions in 1994. Here the glacial sound atmosphere melds with murder, necrophilia and dead bodies, forming a macabre collage. Obsessions emerge, such as on the track "Necrophiliac Experience 3" that reproduces the word "omicidio" (homicide) in an exasperated loop producing in the listener a sense of deep distress and maniacal fear. The third and final LP is Basic Autopsy Procedure, released on Slaughter Productions as a tape in 1995. Cold sound for white aseptic operating rooms and corpses in pieces. No compromise, only death!

Housed in a black wooden box with a laser engraving of artwork by Marco, the set includes inserts and a replica of the Necronia booklet with six collages by Marco, as well as an exclusive download code for the digital album. Strictly limited to 106 hand-numbered copies.

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