"Recorded in 1988 but only now seeing the light of day, Russian Heterodoxical Songs is a rare gem from the annals of Zoviet France. On this record we find the legendary Newcastle-upon-Tyne post-industrial outfit delivering some typically confrontational and challenging material. Across the record they bury the 'songs' promised by the album's title amid washes of distortion, drone and unidentifiable sonic bricolage. The results are classic Zoviet France - otherworldly and unsettling, yet also captivating and shot through with an eerie beauty. Those points where the murk clears and the voices of the singers are afforded a moment of clarity are particularly stunning." (label info)
in stock | DE| 2020| VINYL-ON-DEMAND | 18.90

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