Saturday, 22 June 2013


 I came across this album in the village second hand shop, hidden away behind some damp asbestos tiles. The three old ladies who run the place looked horrified when I asked the price, and screamed that I should "just get rid of it... take it away before it all starts again!".

I did as I was asked, and after a walk home via the churchyard to collect some wild flowers, played the album by candlelight. What followed was a distressing evening of mental torture, sinister apparitions, and malevolent rural forces; all seemingly awakened by these ghastly recordings. My doors mysteriously locked themselves, and I became aware of a group of dark figures gathering around the cottage in the fields outside. At some point I must have passed out, and I awoke the next morning to discover a dozen mummified woodland creatures had been arranged around me in a crude circle.

The year 1974 has been scratched onto the surface of the vinyl, but apart from that, no other information about the contents exists. The back cover credits 'Cottage of Electric Hell' and 'Island of Terror' and I can only assume that these deranged individuals were responsible for the trauma I suffered.

The sounds you hear were taken from side 'A' of the album, and when my mental strength returns I'll attempt to capture the sickening terrors trapped within the grooves of side 'B'.
Until then, I advise you to proceed with extreme caution, cast the appropriate protective runes, and stay inside your chalk circle until you're certain the danger has passed.

You are advised not to allow this unholy noise into your home, but if you insist on dabbling in the black, sonic arts, you can invoke it here.



  1. Come my Fanatics.
    Black, sonic arts await us in bayou country. Gather the uninitiated. Bliss.

  2. That sounds like a confusing and upsetting experience, and all your hard work is appreciated, but I'm going to take your advice and not download it. It's a good thing you gave proper warning too as I suffer from panic attacks and Irritable Bowel Syndrome. I don't want to go into specifics, but if I listened to it I'd be sending you the dry cleaning bill for a white, crushed velvet chaise longue.

  3. thank you!! i love your custom soundtracks sooo much!

  4. Its coming to work with me tomorrow, to help me through the day.

  5. I think I've been to that record store too, Fearlono...I was advised by those same three elderly ladies to purchase Bobby Sherman's Greatest Hits. Here's hoping this offering is at least half as mind-scarring...

    Thanks very much!

  6. It won't download for me *sad face*. No matter how many times I try, it gets halfway before stopping due to a network error.

    1. Here's a soundcloud link, Jeffman, hope this assists you in your vile rituals !

    2. Thank you, squire. You sir, are a true gent. *happy face*