:-s We now return to our interminable delay at getting anything new out…apologies, life is unfortunately getting in the way on several fronts at present. At least you’ve over a decade’s worth of releases and live sets to keep you occupied while we sort our shit out!
Well, we’ve just about made it to twelve years old, albeit unfortunately without the intended birthday release (it’s apparently coming any day now – don’t work with animals, children, or musicians).
Instead, here’s a lovely 50% discount off of all products in our store – simply enter the code BS12BIRTHDAY when prompted at the checkout to grab a proper bargain. The offer ends Monday 27th November, so don’t hang about!
Summer’s been full of extra-curricular activities here at Bad Sekta HQ, so please excuse the apparent lack of recent motion … coming up shortly, we’ve a remastered CD and digital release of The Abominable Mr Tinkler‘s ‘Ether Way You Lose’, limited edition art prints by Oddscene, plus some other particularly exciting projects that we’ll keep under wraps for now…
To keep your ear in while we crack on with the above, why not check out Obese‘s recent ‘Extra-Saturated’ mini-album (choose-your-price – £0.00-£4.99)?
🙂 HAPPY VENERATION OF THE BASTARD NAZERENE – Allow us to present you with a special MPFree Christmas release from The Abominable Mr Tinkler (presenting F-lithium), the long-lost classic ‘Grands Classiques’…
‘…Rumoured to be cut in the aftermath of one of the most sensational tours of lecture halls in the UK, ‘2001 Grands Classiques’ has now surfaced after being lost for well over a decade…The recordings are thought to have been made during a period spent researching the effects of imbibing peculiar chemicals and sleep deprivation, likely leading to the feelings of paranoia and morbid curiosity one senses whereupon hearing it. These recordings make for an unusual listen; classical string quartets collide with bubbling analogue synthesizers whilst wild winds blow and stuttering distorted percussive sounds crash and appear to tear through the space-time continuum.’