The Hafler Trio’s Ignotium Per Ignotius is the seventh re-issue by Korm Plastics. In total there will be 14 CDs of classical old and long out of print Hafler Trio re-issues. There are packed in as a series of large folders, with booklets posters and sometimes postcards. In the word of The Hafler Trio, ‘Ignotium Per Ignotius’ is: something approached, and it was embraced, thorns piercing the anonymous functions and the ways in which all the secrets had been help in high esteem. Traces of the places yet to come, and those to be left far behind. The first outing in the digital domain, and all the difference the day made when it appeared, startling those in need of a jolly good lie down. And so it went, out with the new and in with the old. Dressed up to the (significant number), polished so that even the lowliest louse can admire themselves in the obsidian entities we call an aid to beauty. Without a doubt, the flowering of nothing evil, but certainly the full spectrum of the shades. And a small wander through some of them. Unable to be be defeated, it carries on with a huge flag at the beginning of the procession. Originally released on CD by touch in 1986 and never re-issued.