• Abattoir & Satori – Megaloschemos

    Abattoir & Satori – Megaloschemos
    Label: Gradual Hate Records ‎– GH 138 CD
    Format: CD, Album, Limited Edition
    Released: 26 Jul 2018
    Style: Industrial, Ritual, Dark ambient

    Tracklist: 1 The Great Vow 2 Hesychasm 3 Sabazius 4 Adrastus 5 Eschatology (dp mix) 6 Hermetism 7 Octoechos

    All tracks composed by Lorenzo Abattoir (IT) & Dave Kirby (UK)
    Except “Eschatology” composed by Dave Phillips

    Satori, continuing a project first started in the 1980’s founding member Dave Kirby brings an onslaught of industrial soundscapes, pounding drums and a dystopian vision of a world commited to destroying itself.
    Comprising a mixture of harsh noise and power electronics with a harder and heavier percussive beat than before Satori enter 2018 with a collection of new songs “Dispossession” based on the physical and mental disconnect facing everyone in the modern world. A constant pervasive undercurrent of violence, the feeling of a society on the brink of a total meltdown and the fears and torments of the powerless individual.

    Lorenzo Abattoir is an Italian-based noise artist and sound engineer from Torino. His work takes shape in a context of underground extreme noise music to become accessible through projects related to sound art. “The sound of chaos merging with order, where every detail and nuance seems to be carefully regulated and controlled”.


  • Satori – Contemptus Mundi


    Satori – Contemptus Mundi

    Label: Cold Spring
    Format: CD, Album
    Country: UK
    Released: Nov 2008
    Style: Dark Ambient, Industrial, Noise

    Brand new CD from UK Dark Ambient / Fortean Electronics act Satori – Neil Chaney (Pessary) and Justin Mitchell (Cold Spring boss). This is a collaboration between Satori and Magus Peter H Gilmore, High Priest of the Church Of Satan. Satori provide their trademark deep, underground, pounding electronics, here with a ritualistic dark soundtrack atmosphere, while Gilmore bestows a seething tirade against the weakness of the modern world! Two 20+ minute tracks, the 2nd being a deeper, instrumental mix of the title track