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After 20 months, we our excited to begin performing with live audiences again. Our first show will be on Friday, November 26 as part of the two day Long Winter festival in Toronto: http://www.torontolongwinter.com/. For all bookings and all projects (Orphx, O/H, Eschaton, Orphx + JK Flesh, etc.), please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

We recently reprinted the popular "Hymen logo" Orphx t-shirt, designed by Stefan Alt: https://orphx.bandcamp.com/merch/orphx-t-shirt-hymen-design

The most recent Orphx release is "Primordial State", a collection of live recordings from the early days of the projects that bridges the gap between the free-form noisescapes of our first tapes and the layered rhythmic assault of the Fragmentation album. Sixteen live tracks have been edited into a continuous mix, recreating the ritualistic, dreamlike atmosphere of these early performances. Available digitally and as a limited edition cassette (100 copies) directly from the Orphx Bandcamp page: https://orphx.bandcamp.com/album/primordial-state-live-archive-1994-1995

The last remaining copies of the first Ekstasis release can be found here: https://orphx.bandcamp.com/album/no-contact-live-archive-2011-2019. "No Contact" documents the last nine years of live actions from O/H, the duo of David Foster (Huren, Teste, etc.) and Rich Oddie (Orphx, Eschaton, etc.) with recordings from performances in Japan, Russia, Holland, and Canada. Ekstasis releases are also available from Juno Records (www.juno.co.uk/artists/Ontario+Hospital/) and Triple Vision (www.triplevision.nl/release/ES01/).