After a series of cassette-only releases detailing the major natural and manmade disasters of the world, Geography Of Hell, a mysterious collective with an international cast of members completes their debut and arguably most immersive work yet, Hiroshima 1945/Nagaskai 1945. This tragic and controversial moment is explored on two LPs ranging from insane martial loops to the most distant rumblings and shore breeze. Hailing in reverse order, the intensity and rhythmic sequencing on this LP defines expectations by slowly reducing and eliminating its compositions as the album closes with sub ambience. The anticipated vinyl release following the collectible and scarce nature of a series of tape releases, Hiroshima 1945/Nagaskai 1945 is the master work of one of most true contemporary industrial collectives, in that it is a group effort with accreditation or compromise. It easily fits into cinematic compositions as well as contemporary avant-garde electronics and even the nether regions of neoclassical punk. A masterpiece. Essential.