Lustmord ‎– Rising

Vaultworks ‎– H-12
CD, Album, Limited Edition

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1 Untitled 1:56
2 Decompression 6:12
3 Compassion 9:48
4 Congregants Requests 1 9:02
5 Lust
Voice [Breath] – JarboeWritten-By – Paul Haslinger
6 Congregants Requests 2 5:52
7 Destruction 5:30
8 Congregants Requests 3 7:45
9 Benediction 5:39
10 Conclusion 2:58
11 Exit 7:26

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Lustmord Rising

Risen, it shall go forth upon the land. And darkness shall consume the hearts of men. [on spine]

The first Lustmord performance in 25 years. Recorded live at The Center for Inquiry, Los Angeles, June 6 2006, as a live accompaniment to the Satanic High Mass celebrating the 40th anniversary of The Church of Satan. The performance draws on material from various Lustmord albums, melded and blended into new combinations, as well as new material and improvisations.

Produced and performed by B. Lustmord / BMI
Lust derived from material written with Paul Haslinger and features the breath of Jarboe.

Recorded with Apple laptop, Abelton Live 5, Audio Ease Altverb 5 and Metric Halo ULN2.
ULN2 digital output directly to DAT.
No additional recording or production.

Limited to 1000 copies. Comes with 4-page booklet.

The CD text names the first track "Decompression" and the second track "Opening".

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Printed): 75390-71204-24
  • Barcode (Scanned): 753907120424
  • Matrix / Runout: CDV/CA C06080489
  • Rights Society: BMI

Other Versions (2 of 2) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
ACT307, act307 Lustmord Rising(CD, Album, RE, RM) Ant-Zen, Ant-Zen ACT307, act307 Germany 2013 Sell This Version
none Lustmord Rising(11xFile, FLAC) Vaultworks none US 2014



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December 23, 2007
edited over 7 years ago

Although I'm not a big fan of live recordings (apart from Pink Floyd), I'm such a fan of Lustmord, that i decided to give this a listen. I wasn't too impressed with Juggernaut, considering the quality of his previous releases.

So, one night i slammed this into the player. After into 10 minutes into the first track made me go "what the hell? Is this live?"
The tunes work like a charm. "Decompression" brings that weird, dark flute-sque sound that was heard on Paradise Disowned. It's just dark bliss from there on. There is no audience background noise -thank god-, this is probably recorded straight from the mixing table - as it should.

Even if this is live, it's a great add for any Lustmord collection. No flaws, only i wish i'd been there.