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Screwtape (2)

Andrew McIntosh

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Discography of Screwtape (2):

# Dwnld Release title Total tracks Type Imprint date Label
1 Omission 3 Track list 2004 Dreamland Recordings
2 Silenzio Sepulcrale 3 Track list 2008-04-15 Fingerbib
3 Highway Of Death / To The Ruin Of Us All 2 Track list 2009-05-21 Central Industrial Records
4 Mars In Cancer 2 Track list 2009 Black And Purple
5 Rrrdeconstrrruction 3 Track list 2009-08-00 Les Disques 71
6 We Destroy Planets.. 4 Track list 2009 DumpsterScore
7 Crushing The Entrails Of The Planet 2 Track list 2009 KLAUSTROSIGNAL
8 You Scum 7 Track list 2010-00-00 Solar Anus
9 Day Of Hell 3 Track list 2009-00-00 Solar Anus
10 Wormdung Execration 4 Track list 2009-00-00 Solar Anus
11 Fist Of The Sun 5 Track list 2010-04-06 Solar Anus
12 Screwtape / Mixturizer 2 Track list 2010 Phage Tapes
13 Lower Forms Of Life 2 Track list 2010-07-14 Solar Anus
14 Fist Of The Sun 5 Track list 2009 Solar Anus
15 Eating Shit For Breakfast/They Hate Us 2 Track list 2010 Solar Anus
16 I Ate Your Shit, Now I'll Eat Your Soul 6 Track list 2010 Solar Anus
17 Between Yes And No, Stars Fall From Heaven And Heads Fly Off At The Neck 4 Track list 2010-10-13 Owl Eater
18 RPMs / Shitless 2 Track list 2010-11-10 Solar Anus
19 Grey 3 Track list 2011 Altered States Tapes
20 Cunt's Act 2 Track list 2009-11-29 Magik Crowbar
21 Blood And Chunder 2 Track list 2011 Now...This!
22 Split 2 Track list 2012-04-00 Now...This!
23 Eli, Eli, Lama Sabachthani? 7 Track list 2001 Not On Label

Australian experimental/noise artist. Began in 1996 as N.FIOS (Noise For It's Own Sake), later Dearth N.FIOS. Changed name in 2000. First recordings on four-track using every means at disposal; old analogue pedals, old analogue synth, old microphone, tapes, the toilet flushing, etc. Began fully using synth with digtital multi-effects pedal around 2007/8, concentrating on power drones, as well as vynal albums and tapes as sound sources. Added keyboard sampler in 1999, digital keyboard in 2000 and software in 2001. Now using analogue synthesizers, digital keyboard, analogue and digital pedals, microphone, meat and rubbish, software and samples. Have recorded huge amount of material between 1996 and now, some released on cassette and mp3, but no real attempt to collate and release to the public until 2009 with the launch of non-existant micro-label Solar Anus. Note - no relation to [a=Drew McDowall] project of the same name.

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