A loose experimental task formed in 1978 by Steven Stapleton, Nurse with Wound explored abstract music — influenced by Krautrock, freewheeling jazz improvisation, and Throbbing Gristle but including much debt to surrealists Dali and Lautréamont — with an overpowering launch routine of limited-edition albums and EPs. Stapleton caused an ever-changing set of collaborators through the early years of Nurse with Wound, though Current 93’s David Tibet was the only real frequent recording friend through the 1980s and ’90s. Nurse with Wound’s 1st three albums (Opportunity Meeting on the Dissecting Table of the Sewing Machine and an Umbrella, Towards the Calm Man from a little Lady, and Merzbild Schwet) reveal a nude, minimalist slant with long stretches of quiet all of a sudden interrupted by acoustic guitar chords inspired from the avant-garde wing of psychedelia/jazz-rock, stores, music containers, and found-sound recordings. By the first ’80s, Stapleton acquired begun to include loud, abrasive rhythms that place him even more consistent with modern EBM experts like Skinny Pup and SPK. Though Stapleton continuing his surrealist slant, he frequently moved back again to even more clear recordings. These functions — you start with Soliloquy for Lilith in 1988 — found light within the context from the developing ambient/electronic movement, nevertheless, placing Nurse with Wound squarely consistent with music tendencies for the very first time. Stapleton documented two divide singles with Stereolab during 1995 and continuing his frantic, uncompromising release timetable from his bottom in southern Ireland. In 2005 the double-CD compilation Livin’ Concern with James Last provided an overview of the result. That same season the two-CD compilation Judas as Dark Moth premiered with the Sanctuary label. ON, MAY 5, 2005, Stapleton documented an improvisational live piece in Vienna and released it in 2006 beneath the name Soundpooling. Tooth, Tooth, Milk, Skin, Tooth premiered in middle-2007, while NWW’s terrifying 1982 cult traditional Homotopy to Marie was reissued on Compact disc just with time for Halloween 2007. Three brand-new albums were released in 2008: Huffin’ Rag Blues, The Bacterias Magnet, as well as the Continuous Incident. In early 2009, the retrospective Paranoia in Hi-Fi: Earworms 1978-2008 prefaced a slew of brand-new albums including Space Music, The Security Lounge, and could the Fleas of one thousand Camels Infest Your Armpits. This year 2010, NWW collaborated with Larsen and Eberhard Kranemann (aka Fritz Muller) on Erroneous: An array of Errors, for Essential. With NWW staying ever-prolific, 2011 noticed the produces of Space Music 2, The Vernacular Surface area, and collaborations with Sunn 0))) (The Iron Spirit of Nothing at all) and composer Graham Bowers (Rupture). Two self-released CD-R albums — Wish Storage and ? — had been released in 2012, as was the collaborative LP-only launch Cabbalism with Blind Cave Salamander. The NWW reissue marketing campaign continuing in early 2013 with Sucked Orange/Scrag.