Wednesday, 30 April 2014

The Absolute Supper (1998)


Label: Cold Meat Industry

Tracklist
Disk 1
1. In Slaughter Natives – INRI... Raped By The Cross 08:36
2. The Protagonist – Imitation 04:43
3. The Protagonist – Zoroaster 05:51
4. Ordo Equilibrio – The Perplexity Of Hybris. I Glorify Myself 04:31
5. Sanctum – {-} 04:09
6. Puissance – Love Incinerate 05:16
7. Arcana – Winds Of The Lost Soul 04:35
8. Mortiis – Child Of Curiosity & The Old Man Of Knowledge 05:42
9. Desiderii Marginis – Chaos Undivided 04:12
10. Sephiroth – R'lyeh 09:21
11. Raison D'être – The Verge Of Somnolence 06:45
12. Hazard – Who Blew Out The Northern Lights? 05:50
Disk 2
1. Brighter Death Now – I Wish I Was A Little Girl 09:41
2. Frozen Faces – Zyklon B Doll 05:53
3. Mz.412 – N.B.S. Act 1 - Begravning 05:34
4. Megaptera – Don't Desecrate The Dead 06:31
5. Deutsch Nepal – Logo 09:37
6. Nacht – Svartsinn 08:12
7. Archon Satani – A Time Of Ruin 06:19
8. Ildfrost – Hearts Perturbe 05:07
9. Ildfrost – Slept Awake 02:15
10. Cintecele Diavolui – The Devil Must Kill 05:50

Cold Meat Industry is a Swedish independent record label, 
which specializes in dark ambient, death industrial, noise music and neo-classical.
It was founded by Roger Karmanik (mainly known for his project Brighter Death Now) in 1987.
At the time of its spreading popularity, end 1980s and mainly early 1990s, 

the label introduced a genuine innovation in music history. 
Especially within the gothic and industrial scenes, the innovations would become legendary.
In the early nineties, the phrase "Cold Meat Industry" for a while even denoted a musical genre, 

that is the avant garde genre of industrial and dark ambient.
Cruel Moon International, Death Factory, and Sound Source were some of the most known sublabels of Cold Meat Industry.
In February 2014
a notification posted on the CMI facebook page claimed the official end of the label. 
The Absolute Supper released as a double cd in a quad-panel digipak and featured some of the major bands of the label.

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