existed from early 1988 to the end of 1996. Over these nine years they have made a serious contribution to the development of the European post-industrial scene and had significant influence on many young musicians. Much of this was also achieved by their own record label Drone Records which has discovered a lot of talented artists. Even now, after the break-up of
, the band members continue to excite fans with recordings of their new projects
Unlike many industrial and noise musicians exploiting the themes of violence, politics and social problems in their creativity, Maeror Tri
turned attention to the transcendental quality of sound, to its ability to expand consciousness and to awaken timeless and non-personal spiritual experiences. They recorded their music, which can be formally called industrial drone ambient, with the use of guitars, percussion, tape loops, various objects and effects, turning everything in a coherent flux of unconscious drones.
This compact disk contains the last previously unreleased recordings by Maeror Tri
. Four tracks are fragments of the band's 12-hour concert at the 'Audio-Visual-Experimental' festival in Arnhem, The Netherlands, on November 11th, 1995; the fifth track is a part of their performance at the 'Musique Ultimes' festival in Nevers, France, on May 14th, 1995. The material was thoroughly remastered by Sergey Uak-Kib
) and the artwork was prepared by Sergey Ilchuk
(Vresnit & Vetvei Art). Limited edition of 500 copies.