A preview of both sides can be found on SoundCloud.
Another name for Galás’ album would be Panoptikon, which is the song on Side A of the album. Side B of the album is called “Song from the Blood of Those Murdered.”
The original release was under the name Metalanguage that has since gone out of print. It was founded by Henry Kaiser and Larry Ochs back in 1978.
This will be the first time it will be available on CD and streaming on October 29th including a vinyl version coming out at the end of the year. A remastered version by Heba Kadry, follows up two other redone works of Galás’ 1982 solo debut The Litanes of Satan (2020) and Deformation (2021) that is on Intravenal Sound Operations.
“The outcast, the marginal and the exiled are central to Galás’s music” – Uncut, June 2020
“Galas’s work brooks no parallel, not only because of the method of delivery, but because of the way that she synthesizes her texts and historical research.” – The Wire, May 2020