**Remastered 3LP set. Edition of 911, Housed in glossy gatefold jacket** 2012: in it's third year of operations Vatican Shadow became an unavoidable issue on the international noise and techno agenda. Following Type, Blackest Ever Black and Modern Love editions, Dominick Fernow aka Prurient aka Vatican Shadow ploughed forth with his project, resulting in three tapes 'Jordanian Descent', 'Ghosts Of Chechnya' and 'Atta's Apartment Slated For Destruction', collected here on vinyl for the first time. Disc one features both sides of his extended 'Jordanian Descent' meditations, some of his longest in this guise and given to incredible, unfurling loop repetitions; Disc two holds 'Ghosts Of Chechnya', one of his most concise and varied issues, eight tracks wide and tending towards gloomy, urgent, cinematic arabesques including the outstanding 'Voices Came Crackling Across A Motorola Hand-Held Radio'; Disc three comprises the four parts of his amazing 'Atta's Apartment Slated For Destruction' including the impeccable darkness of 'Once This Fire Gathers Strength'. (Boomkat)
Black vinyl edition of 792 copies.