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Vinyl, LP



𝐆𝐞𝐧𝐫𝐞: Electronic, Industrial, Noise, Power Electronics

𝐋𝐚𝐛𝐞𝐥: Tesco Organisation

𝐂𝐨𝐮𝐧𝐭𝐫𝐲: Germany

𝐘𝐞𝐚𝐫: 1995


Limited edition of 525 hand-numbered copies. The jacket is housed in a plastic sleeve screened with the Grey Wolves symbol, and the record itself is in a plain black plastic inner sleeve.


The Grey Wolves are a British Industrial music group. They were formed in 1985 by Dave Padbury and Trevor Ward.

The band has been credited with pioneering the 'death industrial' subgenre in industrial music. Their work has also been described as 'dark ambient' and as 'power electronics'. They have not limited themselves to simply producing music however, but engage in what they describe as "Cultural Terrorism", issuing manifestos, pamphlets and utilizing the mail art network to get their message across, as well as being an active part of the cassette culture.


The Grey Wolves are controversial because of their use of fascist imagery and have been criticized for this aspect of their presentation. However, while acknowledging the criticism, the group does not apologize for this, instead insisting it is an integral part of their critique of society.



Art Of The State

A1. Crawl

A2. Empty Threat 

A3. Destructive State

A4. Aura Of Violence


State Of The Art

B1. The Age Of Dissent

B2. Skin Hunger

B3. Low Level Transmission

B4. New World Dis/order

B5. Bodycount

The Grey Wolves – The Age Of Dissent

139,00 €Prix
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