Mectypo Bakterium is a work furnished of implacable plastic exasperation. The icy oppression, the hallucinatory electronic wounds, are a precious and singular fact in a technological society brought to the limit. The emotion is pushed into dangerous zones, and unusual tensions free biological groans of extreme effectiveness. A vivid expression of a world in extinction. Near exact replica of this classic Maurizio Bianchi LP published by DYS in the USA in 1982.
"An other awesome, bizarre, ultra-oppressive, "traumatic" electronic work from MB's first era. As in his first experimental electronic tempests "Mectpyo Bakterium" features a large variety of collages & noises (from concrete sounds, artificial, chirurgical effects) but much more organised and punctuated by lugubrious droney sequences. In a sense this album is closed to the glacial, haunting and chaotic & fascinating electronic atrocities of "Neuro Habitat". The demonic ambiences are maybe more easy to listen but still beautifully intense and visceral. "Fetish Pinksha" is remarkable sinister, threatening electronic voyage, exploring the secret sides of our poor soul. "Stériles règles" contains bloody gorgeous sounds that infiltrate the brain for cathartic moments in real "isolation". It starts with a discreet, repetitive hypno pulse, industrial noises to progressively open the path to a powerfully tortured organic melody. "Placenta""alternates strange noisy, cerebral sounds, cycles and motifs with serene, monotonous, cloudy synth notes. The ambience is minimal, absolutely sonic, it progressively grows in you. As usual, MB's work is totally unique in the world of micro-tonal, Indus and experimental electronic music. I've never heard something more stimulating for my brain than MB's elevating & fantastical "chaosmic" hymns!" (Progarchives)
This is the first official vinyl re-issue and is limited to 275 copies. Fold out tri-fold sleeve with numbered insert and grey/black/white splatter vinyl.