Lengua de Lava Announce Two New Albums

Mexico-based record label Lengua de Lava had already announced a plethora of releases for the next few months but they've just announced two more. One of these is a realization of Michael Pisaro's Anabasis (3)  by Mike Majkowski (of Konzert Minimal) and Cristián Alvear. Earlier this year, Alvear realized Pisaro's works in Melody, Silence. Also coming out is a mini album from Seth Cooke (pictured above) entitled An Agoraphobe . It will be released on 3" mini-CDr. Expect to hear the former this Spring and the latter before the year ends.

For those in need of more, Lengua de Lava still have 6 projects coming out within the next three months. Coming soon is a cassette box set entitled Wall of Skulls  which will focus on Mexican harsh noise. The artists included in the release are Vulgar Disease, Wehrmacht Lombardo, Xtul, and Los Heraldos Negros. Initial copies of the box set will come with an extra cassette featuring unreleased material.

And after Wall of Skulls is released, Lengua de Lava will have a final batch of albums at the end of the year. This batch will include a CD entitled Nearfield Edges, a posthumous release from the late Mark Trayle. There's also a collaboration between Seth Cooke and Bruno Duplant entitled Cloudbuster  and a realization of Stefan Thut's "abc 1-6" from Cristián Alvear, Cyril Bondi, and D'incise. Both will be released on CDr. And on cassette, look out for a release from Richard Kamerman called Symptom Simulacrum: Hypertextual Erosion as Transcortical Atrophy and one from Vulgar Disease entitled Más contagioso que el pecado.

When they become available, you can purchase all the releases on the Lengua de Lava site here.