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power electronics/noise/industrial

After cosmic release "Sojuz" follows the cold one "Perm 36" with its alarming revelations of the dark human conscience. "Perm 36" is also the name of a recently closed museum and an open-air museum of labor camps, which by the use of slavish work helped to build the iron dream of the communist politburo on the bones and suffering of its own people from Donbas to Vladivostok. 
Hiding the past, denying crimes, and justifying brutality undergone a harsh sonic analysis and profanation with a clear message: "Victims both of past and present won't be forgotten".
Album by Czech duo of extreme electronics with the theme of totalitarian regimes of the recent past and contemporary ones.
First 63 copies are accompanied by bonus screenprint graphics made by painter Hannibal Tipet from Břeclav, who sadly passed away recently, the release is dedicated to his memory.

149 copies press!