Out of the Mausoleum and Into the Street!

by The Necrophile Liberation Front

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Risen from the grave—it’s The Necrophile Liberation Front!

Kids, are you old enough to remember the cassette tape?
A tape that I thought was lost forever in time was recently unearthed and remastered by my good friend James von Springspinnen.

Travel back to 1992, I dare you, to a time before the internet, back when I still had fingers. Back to when digital delays only could record for two seconds.

A blend of low-fi noise, found sounds, and heavy metal mockery recorded with Ric Wolfe. Cameo appearances by George H.W. Bush, Benvolio the cockatiel and 9-year old CRT reporter “Robby”.

Warning: The crude humor included here is not for the faint of heart.

It’s recommended to listen to this with headphones to get the full effect. The recording method was very crude. A couple of tape decks, a couple of ancient, cheap microphones barely held together with electrical tape, and a RadioShack microphone mixer—no controls other than volume pots. James did a good job of making it listenable, without losing its low-fi charm.


SLUTS AND GROUPIES
write to:

James von Springspinnen:
ArachnoDirge@gmail.com

Robin Graves:
robin.graves.music@gmail.com

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released January 1, 1997

Music and Words by Robin Graves, except:

• A March, Heavy Metal Girl: by Ric Wolfe and Robin Graves
• Rock You Like a Hurricane/Walking Boss: by Scorpions/Meat Puppets
• Suicide Rant by Ric Wolfe
• Destroy Everything: by Sockeye

Robin Graves: Guitar, Vocals, Loops, Orgasms

Ric Wolfe: Guitar and Vocals on A March, Heavy Metal Girl, Rock You Like a Hurricane/Walking Boss, and Suicide Rant.

Recorded in 1992 and 1995 on Realistic Microphone Mixer ($39.95 at Radio Shack - "it sucks"), except Destroy Everything (recorded in 1997).

Copyright 1997 Intercorpse Records

Remastered in 2015 by James von Springspinnen

Many thanks to James von Springspinnen for unearthing this bit of prehistoric past, that I thought was lost to the mists of time.

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Robin Graves Phoenix, Arizona

Robin Graves builds complex layers of melodies, harmonies, and tones using guitar, eBow, vocals, digital drums, toy piano, and found sounds. If you are familiar with the soundscapes of Robert Fripp or David Torn, you'll find some common ground here.

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Track Name: Suicide Rant
Grab my wrist right from me
Grab a razor blade baby
Slit my wrists oh yeah
Watch the blood flow from me.

Cut my life from me
I'll finally be free
From the poison of society

(Words by Ric Wolfe)