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Navicon Torture Technologies

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(1997 – 2009)

Navicon Torture Technologies saw its first official release in August of 1997, in the form of “Amalgam: A Collection of War Poems”, a split CD featuring lo-fi ambient noise and power electronics from NTT along with Negative Eight, a genre-bending electronic side project of the grind/industrial band Negativehate, whose members happened to live just around the corner from NTT frontman Lee Bartow (who would come to be known as “Leech”). As an outlet for this release, and with the idea of more to come, Leech founded the Annihilvs label. Not long after, a series of very limited cassettes followed.

In 2000, NTT slowly began to gain more exposure as the “Insanity” cassette on flighty label LSD Organisation was released, shortly before the “Analog Artifacts” CD-R on Annihilvs, until a deal with Malignant Records finally introduced NTT to the world at large with the “Scenes From the Next Millennium” CD.

Since its inception, Navicon Torture Technologies has birthed more than 11 cassettes, 7 full-length CDs, over 45 CD-R releases, and more than a dozen remixes and compilation appearances. NTT has released CDs on Blade Records (Italy), Cranial Fracture Recordings (Australia), Eibon Records (Italy), Immanence Records (UK), Malignant Records (US) and NCC Records (US). Limited CD-Rs by NTT have been released by Stridulum Recordings (Italy) and PACRec/Troniks (US), and NTT has appeared on compilations and remix albums released by Ant-Zen, BFI Unit, Chondritic Sound, DTA Records, Hive Records, Horch!, Invasion Wreck Chords, L’Ame Electrique, Megahertz, Objective/Subjective, Pre Feed, Spectre, Word Made Flesh, and many more.

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