Foetus is a solo musical project of Australian JG Thirlwell. The project has had many similar names, each including the word "foetus". note The "members" of the project are aliases of Thirlwell; they include Frank Want, Phillip Toss, and Clint Ruin. Thirlwell occasionally collaborates with other artists, but doesn't consider them members of Foetus. Deaf – 1981 – You've Got Foetus on Your Breath. Ache – 1982 – You've Got Foetus on Your Breath.
This official Some Bizarre release is a box to hold all the Foetus vinyl releases that had been issued up to that point on Some Bizarre, and included a shrink-wrapped black t-shirt with the shield design printed on it. The image printed onto the center of the front of the box is 5 1/8″ x 8 1/4 .The rest of the box has a black background with a barely-visible dark red design. If you look closely, you can see what appears to be one or more faces, to the left of the center image. A Self-Immolation newsletter stated this was forthcoming in Feb 1985
The Foetus Of Excellence. The Foetus Of Excellence.
1982 Released Foetus single, 12" EP and second album ACHE. Began work and promoting Einsturzende Neubauten in assembling Stratagien Gegen Arkitektur for his Hardt Records label. 1983 Signed with Some Bizzare. 1984 Formed Wiseblood with Roli Mosimann. Release of landmark album HOLE, 3 12" EPs and an empty box called Foetus of Excellence. Stinkfist collaboration and other work with Lydia Lunch. 1985 Begins to score Richard Kern's Deathtrip films. Release of Foetus NAIL album. Tours with fresh pig heads adorning the stage. 1986 Release of Wiseblood album DIRTDISH and ensuing touring. 1988 Formed first Foetus live band and toured Europe to support Foetus THAW. 1989 Release of Foetus SINK. 1990 Formed instrumental guise Steroid Maximus. Founds Ectopic Ents inc. US tour as Foetus
Baby Zizanie, Come, Foetus In Excelsis Corruptus Deluxe, Freq Out, Garage Monsters, Hydroze Plus, The Flesh Volcano, The Foetus Symphony Orchestra, The Freq Out Orchestra, The Murray Fontana Orchestra, Wiseblood. Thirlwell (Foetus) запись закреплена. We are excited to announce the release of JG Thirlwell‘s soundtrack to the Tony Oursler film, "Imponderable". The CD is packaged in a deluxe digipack with silver foil lettering and a 48 page color booklet containing stills from the film and images from Oursler’s archive of supernatural and occult phenomena.
Studio album by Foetus Interruptus. Thaw is a Foetus Interruptus album released by Self Immolation/Some Bizzare in September 1988 and also released on Some Bizzare 1995, by Thirsty Ear. The track "English Faggot/Nothin Man" was inspired by a harassing message Thirlwell received on his answering machine.