Few copies available. Fold Out Edition. Silkscreened foldout case with a coined grave-ribbon with S.P.K. logo. Each 7" housed in original 1979 cover artwork. Additional cloth patch with S.P.K. logo and numbered certificate. Vinyl on demand returns after an 18 month hiatus with a reissue of S.P.K.’s massively in-demand ‘Document III0 1979’ box, surveying the industrial pioneers’ incendiary early trio of 7”, originally self-released on Side Effects Feral, noisy, and nasty, S.P.K.’s earliest incarnation was a force to be reckoned with. Formed in Sydney, 1978 as an antipodean antibody to convention, the group’s earliest sound echoed the snarl and drive of their European post-punk and industrial counterparts such as Throbbing Gristle, with whom they would come to share line-ups with, and release on their legendary Industrial Records.
These 7”s dokument Graeme Revell, Sinan Leong and co at their most blistering and convulsive, forging a gloriously atonal and overdriven style that would earn them a serious reputation across the world, despite these 7”s only being available in scant editions of 200.