Second part of overview of work by German label ZNS Tapes is dedicated to their full-length releases, all of which are available for download here.
Here’s a breakdown of full-length release available from ZNS:
Bestattungsinstitut – Bestattunginstut (originally released as a cassette in 1990)
Bestattunginstut was the name that German musician Siegmar Fricke used both for his solo project and his own label (which, confusingly enough, also released his self-titled tape).
Flagrants D’eli – Welcome To The Space Asylum
Flagrants D’eli was a duo of Eli Perin and Fred Perin, which was active in the late 80s and early 90s. They produced a number of tapes, EPs and 7″ records, as well as a whole number of compilation tracks for such labels as Tears Compilations, Irre Tapes and ZNS.
Kopfschmerztablette – Object 2 Oder Einfahrt Freihalten
Kopfschmerztablette is another one-man German band, which consisted of one Michael Wurzer who also recorded under the name Deutsches Kulturgut.
Maeror Tri – Ambient Dreams (originally released in 1990 as a limited edition tape)
This is one of the earliest works by this German trio and one of the few ZNS releases that got digital treatment – the album was reissued by Beta-Lactam Ring Records in 2007.
Mohr – Religious Fanaticism (originally released in 1987) + Fasci(st)nation (originally released in 1990)
This is a solo project of Andreaz Vogel – one of the creators of ZNS Tapes, who also ran another label called Gewalt Am Objekt. He also recorded under the name Skrank!
Secret Discovery – S/T
One of the earlier records by this German band, which went on to record/tour well into the 21st century.
Suicide Commando – S/T + This Is Hate
Some of the earlier work by this Belgian band.
TQTR is an Italian band, which released records on such labels as Old Europa Cafe and Blad Records. URC are/were their alter ego, who released material through Minus Habens and Blade Records, among other labels.
Vulture’s Eye – Kanonenfutter
VE was A trio of Carl Schorb, Kenneth Gray and Andreaz Vogel (Mohr, Skrank!), which was active in the late 80s/early 90s.