Atrax Morgue is anxious and psychotic side of the power electronics and industrial music. With the help of an analog synth, Marco Corbelli blows up emotions and delusions, cutting out the hard way inspired portraits of phobias and deviations. “Cut my throat” is recorded straight off on in a day. We are in 1996. The first CD of the artist contains two paths based on typical analog drones that characterize all the first production of Atraxt Morgue. The tracks on here are monolithic machines of industrial death that are portrayed in lovingly grating and rasping detail, with engines of soul rapine and pulsating contraptions eager to slice their way through soft flesh. The putrescence is tangible, and one could almost smell and taste the miasma of decay that pervades the entire vinyl.
Reprinted for the first time in LP, the record has been pressed on 140 gr black vinyl with black label and black inner sleeve and comes in a deluxe silver silkscreen on black cardboard with cd bonus (that include all tracks from LP plus all tracks from Atrax Morgue ‘’Homicidal Texture’’ tape - total killer synth!), an insert and a poster, in an edition of 199 copies.