On a mission to bring again the best works of the Italian Industrial acts of the 80s and 90s to the light, Officina Fonografica Italiana offers its first release in the form of a CD reissue of the historic "Armaghedon" by Maurizio Bianchi. Originally released on vinyl in 1984 by the author, this album has longly been his last work before his return to music in the late 90s. Conceived as a soundtrack for a movie by Bianchi himself - unfortunately never finished and now lost - "Armaghedon" is a cornerstone of his discography, a mature and refined album that highlights the spontaneity and immediacy of its essential sonorities. Heading beyond the boundaries of mere conventionality, the disc consists of a long suite divided in two parts where Maurizio Bianchi combines many artistic influences in his compositional style, taking us on a fascinating and difficult path full of noise and experimentation. Presented in an elegant digipack featuring a new artwork based on the original cover pictures and fully approved by the author, "Armaghedon" is the first in a series of reissues dedicated to the undisputed master of Italian Noise.