Isolrubin BK - Crash Injury Trauma (1993)
EAC-FLAC-IMG + CUE + LOG : 427 MB | MP3-320 : 158 MB | Scans Included
Industrial, Experimental | Soleilmoon Recordings : SOL 12 CD
Crash Injury Trauma is the first solo album from former Lustmord member and collaborator Isolrubin BK. Isolrubin BK (real name withheld) made his recording debut on Lustmord’s second album "Paradise Disowned" (1983-1986, Side Effects Records SECD 7), getting credit for "construction, demolition, combustion". From 1987 to 1989 he assisted B. Lustmord with "Heresy" (Soleilmoon SOL 9 CD), providing source material for the recordings. Shortly thereafter he was sent to prison for two years following his conviction for violently assaulting a man in a brawl outside the notorious Pork Pies pub, in South London’s seedy New Cross.