Modern Expressing Machines of Revolutionary Youth[CD]
Between 1994 and 1999 the M.E.M.O.R.Y. Lab have recorded several songs to analog tape, contributed tracks to 7 compilations and released one super-limited-edition cassette demo in 1996 but were never able to properly release the songs they were recording as one full-length CD album. In 2008 Marc Urselli randomly stumbled upon and recovered the original recordings by The M.E.M.O.R.Y. Lab from a dusty Italian basement and decided to digitally re-master them in a state of the art recording facility in New York City. Canadian D-Trash records pretty much immediately decided to release and promote this exclusive collection of material from the The M.E.M.O.R.Y. Lab's catalogue. 10 years after they were originally recorded and for the first time on one CD, these songs can take on a new life and be experienced by everyone with the full sonic impact and depth originally intended. The CD features all original songs ever recorded by the band. The only other recordings by the band to ever exist (which are not included in this CD) are a M.E.M.OR.Y. Lab remix of a song by a local band called Lily of the Valley and a Joy Division cover that to this day could never be located. Influences of the band at the time include: Die Krupps, Young Gods, Nine Inch Nails, Pantera, Sepultura, Faith No More, Front 242, Front Line Assembly, Ministry, Fear Factory, My Dying Bride, Sisters of Mercy, Skinny Puppy, Pink Floyd, Legendary Pink Dots, Current 93, Psychic TV, Das Ich, Einsturzende Neubauten, Sigillum S, Christian Death and various post black-metal bands.
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