Maurizio Bianchi began to produce music in 1979, since 1980 using electronic equipment with the avowed goal "to produce technological sounds and in such a way to work on complete realising of the modern decadence". In the beginning, he published tapes under the alias Sacher-Pelz. Cold Tape that follow Voyeur Tape and close tetralogy began with Industrial Tape, was recorded in August 1980 under the name MB.
Cold Tape is composed of two long and exquisite pieces, with muddy and powerful sounds. It seems to walk the sidewalk wrong, to walk on thorns without the rose petals. The petals were eaten by the dancers and irascible elves. Music is hardened by a hidden evil and melancholy, where everything does not want to stand in his place.
No changes of pitch were made in the mastering process. The record has been cut direct to metal (DMM) and has been pressed on 140 gr black vinyl with black label and black inner sleeve and comes in a deluxe silver silkscreen on black cardboard sleeve with new artwork and layout , limited to 99 copies w/insert in luxury 160 gr ivory paper and an original color photograph made by Maurizio Bianchi specific for this release. All package in a clear plastic sleeve to protect record, cover and inserts form dirt, shelf wear and damage.