In 2011 the Luxembourg based experimental neofolk and martial industrial act Rome returned with a song cycle in three volumes; over 150 minutes spread across three CDs: “Die Æsthetik der Herrschaftsfreiheit”. “Die Æsthetik der Herrschaftsfreiheit” now gets a slightly edited release for the vinyl re-issue limited to just 500 copies (which you can order right here).
The set includes the following:
- Clear 3×12“ vinyl on 180g audiophile vinyl with gatefold cover and printed inner sleeves
- Three postcards (DIN A6 each)
- Sticker (148 x 105 mm)
All the sets come hand-numbered and signed by Jérôme Reuter.
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