Coil’s legendary Time Machines project gets re-issued…or maybe it already has been!?

Coil’s legendary Time Machines project gets re-issued...or maybe it already has been!?
Through the darkness of future past...the magician longs to see...

Timehop with me for a second, okay? Back in 1998, British experimental group Coil created an album simply called Time Machines. The idea behind the project was that it would feature long form drones in the vein of transcendental Buddhist chants which can and would actually create a temporal disruption within the listener’s brain and thus cause them to lose track of time.

Did it work?

Let me answer your question with a question:

But for real: this temporal slip thing actually works, and to help you on your way, the band named each of the four tracks after a hallucinogenic compound.

After finally coming out of their transcendental state, the good folk at Dais Records have decided to re-issue Time Machines and credit it to the band Coil for the first time. You can pre-order the vinyl now to have it delivered to you on a future date known as October 13…or…wait, have you already done that?!?

Time Machines tracklisting:

01. 7-Methoxy-β-Carboline: (Telepathine)
02. 2,5-Dimethoxy-4-Ethyl-Amphetamine: (DOET/Hecate)
03. 5-Methoxy-N, N-Dimethyltryptamine: (5-MeO-DMT)
04. 4-Indolol, 3-[2-(Dimethylamino)Ethyl], Phosphate Ester: (Psilocybin)

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