Machine Altar Transmission (Expanded + Remastered)

by DHI (death and horror inc)

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Recorded 1990. Originally released as Machine Altar Transmission (1992) and the Chemical Land EP (1991). Includes the ultra-rare Edit version of Chemical Land, available for the first time since the release of that limited edition EP. This expanded set was remastered from the original tapes in 2008.

THIS IS AN OFFICIAL RELEASE, offered directly from DHI. Support the band. Not the bootleggers. Learn more at deathandhorrorinc.com

TRACK DETAILS:

Infantry (No. More. War.) is a previously unreleased version from the original studio sessions.

REVIEWS:

Chemical Land EP:
"A solid release... superb sounds... the title track is already getting solid club and airplay in their hometown... DHI have a hard-fought release to be proud of."
— StreetSound magazine (1991)

Machine Altar Transmission:
"Toronto's DHI (Death And Horror Inc.) is an industrial trio who assemble one unnerving mastication onslaught of spiky beats, feedback guitars, and hellish, incomprehensible vocals... If Stockhausen messed around with Black and Decker, Machine Altar Transmission might have been his baby."
— CMJ Canada (1992)

credits

released August 12, 2008

Vicar: vocals, samples, guitars, synths
Max: samples, synths, computers
Graf: samples, synths, power tools

Written, performed and produced by DHI. Engineered by Rob Sanzo.
Recorded at B-Zero Recording, Toronto, 1990.

The copyright in this album is owned by DHI. © & ℗ 2008 DHI. All rights reserved.
Original master recordings: All tracks ℗ 1991 DHI. All rights reserved.
All compositions © 1988-1991 DHI. All rights reserved.

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DHI (death and horror inc) Toronto, Ontario

DHI (death and horror inc) formed in Toronto in 1987. The band shared the stage with The Young Gods, Front Line Assembly and Alien Sex Fiend, and during the 1990s their CDs were distributed around the world.

In 2008, the group remastered and re-released their entire catalogue, including several unearthed rarities.

Support the band. Not the bootleggers. Get our OFFICIAL releases here.
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