24th March 2018 – live in Genoa

24th March 2018

She spread sorrow live in a special and amazing place, Museo di Sant’Agostino – Genoa. With new video by Valentine Wiggin

More info here

museo sant'agostino



Proud to announce: 12th March 2018 out new album “MIDORI” (CD, Cold Spring Records)

Midori is the third album by Italian artist She Spread Sorrow (Alice Kudalini). Midori tells a story, the escape from a harsh reality that becomes an echo of nightmares and visions, a house that is the scene of fear and anguish, a soul that is lost in pain to an epilogue of death and purification. The gloomy, intense, dreamlike sound, sometimes distorted, sometimes angelic is the soundtrack of a dramatic story, but also of relief. Duplicity is the key to this work. Death industrial with female vocals and ambient moments, more dilated, with sounds that also refer to a ritualistic horizon. Presented in a 6-panel digipak.

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She Spread Sorrow “MINE” – LP (+dc), Cold Spring Records



“Mine” is the second release for the Italian artist Alice Kundalini with her solo project She Spread Sorrow. Between the dark rooms of an abandoned college, where whispers and obscene thoughts mingle, where little bells and distortions come together, the inner voices are fleeing to the rules of harmony to awaken a darker sound, hidden and deprived, of those who have something to hide. Ritual deathscapes, obscure Death Industrial, sinful Power Electronics.

Ltd x 300 copies with digital download code.



“She Spread Sorrow is one of several exemplary projects authored by women who radically engage the aesthetics from industrial culture… with belicose noise, anxiously claustrophobic gloom, and an obsessive discipline sweltering on this unblinking album”. (Stranded)

“Mine is a simple, but definitely appropriate title for this interesting and talented Italian artist who has created a sound all her own; masterful composition and mixing between the voices, noises, effects and backgrounds.” (The Noise Beneath The Snow)

“She Spread Sorrow goes for the distressing and the subtle, rather than the offensive and aggressive. Furthermore, “distressing” is probably the major adjective one should use when talking about Mine. This is some dark stuff, simply put, and very well crafted to boot.” (Archaic Triad)

“Für all jene Connaisseurs des gepflegten (post-)industriellen Hörvergnügens, die nicht immer nur tagtäglich Stund’ um Stunde mit dem Vorschlaghammer das Trommelfell poliert bekommen wollen, sondern auch mit ruhigeren, doch nicht minder massiven musikalischen Maßnahmen etwas anfangen können, ist “Mine” definitiv eine Empfehlung wert… es handelt sich hier um ein sprödes Juwel, das entdeckt werden will.” (NONPOP)