Normal edition : 400 copies. Collaboration between Marc Hurtado, former of Etant Donnés, with Vomir (aka Romain Perrot). Marc Hurtado: Instruments, voice, mix, production. Vomir: static sound. Marc Hurtado, musician, film director, painter, poet and producer is the founder with his brother Eric Hurtado of the french multimedia band Etant Donnés, since 1977 he made 20 albums collaborating with people like Alan Vega, Genesis P Orridge, Lydia Lunch, Michael Gira, Marc Cunningham or Bachir Attar and the Master Musicians of Jajouka. He released some records with his solo project Sol Ixent between 2002 and 2004 and recorded between 2005 and 2008 an album of Neue Weltumfassende Resistance with Gabi Delgado , he produced the album 'The Source' by Bachir Attar and the Master Musicians of Jajouka in May 2010 and released the album 'Sniper' with Alan Vega in November 2010. He made several soundtracks for films by Philippe Grandrieux, Jessica Hausner or Mathieu Dufois and released 'The Infinite Mercy Film' with Alan Vega in 2009 and the film 'Jajouka, something good comes to you' with his brother Eric Hurtado in the Moroccan village of Jajouka in 2012.The project VOMIR (aka Romain Perrot) exist since 2006 and is active internationally with multiple releases, 2012 confirmed his status of International Master of the Harsh Noise Wall genre, which described a monolithic static harsh sound. Marc Hurtado met Vomir in 2010 and felt immediately in love for his 'burning' static sound. He invited him to work on the album 2011 which is the outcome of 3 years of work putting in abyss their respective universes and trying to blow up all the sound barriers and perceptions of art. '2011 is a raw and savage album elaborated in total freedom with no consideration for time or space that surrounded us' (Marc Hurtado).