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Coil's Time Machines To Be Reissued
Christian Eede , September 4th, 2017 11:48

A 1998 album from Coil will be reissued next month

Coil's 1998 record Time Machines is due to be reissued via Dais in October. You can hear the album's opening track, '7-Methoxy-β-Carboline: (Telepathine)', above.

The album, made up of four long drone pieces named after hallucinogenics such as DMT and Psilocybin, has been remastered for the reissue and will be made available on CD and vinyl.

Time Machines was originally released by Coil under the name of Time Machines, but Peter "Sleazy" Cristopherson eventually considered it a Coil album as the group's sound expanded in the years following its release. The reissue sees the album credited to Coil for the first time.

Drew McDowall will perform the album live at New York's Pioneer Works on September 22 while the reissue is out on October 13.

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