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Altitude Amphitheatre

The Interstellar Cementmixers


Auricle AMCDR 266 76'56" CD-R 8.00 + p&p

1. Subterranean Forest 22'22"
Mind Prison 7'03"
Transparent Planet 8'47"
Black Slab 7'06"
Telephone Graffiti 20'56"
Altitude Amphitheatre 10'28"

Selections from 4 private archive tapes documenting unreleased material by The Interstellar Cementmixers from 1995 to 2001...
1995: tape titled "Russian TV" - track 5
1997-1998: tape titled "Sungrave Corpuscle" - track 3
1998: tape titled "Laceration Breath" - track 1
1998-2001: tape titled "Invisible Graveyard" tracks 2,4,6

Digital transfer, remastering and compilation by Alan Freeman.
All processing with Sonic Foundry at Tachyon Studio, Leicester, April 2017.
Artwork supplied by Dump.
Design and layout by Xylem.

The Interstellar Cementmixers are Steve "Dump" Martin and Rich Collins, playing a variety of analogue and digital synthesizers, guitar, effects and voice, recording at their Foaming Lung Studio in Nottingham, UK.

In addition to the bonus unreleased material on Catacomb Discord, Dump - upon commenting that some of the material of his archive cassettes was issued on the CD "Dimension Y" - suggested the idea of also issuing a "Dimension Z" collection, if I found enough other material that liked that is. Well, no problem with that, and there are two more recent tapes yet that I never culled anything from which I'll have to investigate further. So, here's an album of all unreleased material for you to savour!

20 copy numbered first edition - released 1 July 2017

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