Hannover Interruption (干渉ハノーバー Kanshō Hannover) is an album by the Japanese noise musician Merzbow. It was released by Dradomel, a joint venture of Dragnet Records and Dom Elchklang. The A-side includes material recorded live at University of Massachusetts Lowell on September 18, 1990. An excerpt from the original recording is included on Great American Nude / Crash for Hi-Fi.
||"鉄の分身、夜よ速く" (Tetsu no Bunshin, Yoru yo Hayaku)
||"干渉ハノーバー／ミケランジェロと不定形" (Kanshō Hannover / Michelangelo to Futeikei)
All personnel credits are adapted from the album sleeve.
- Merzbow – Iron, aluminum, motor, mixer/feedback loop, various effects, tape, scratched compact disc, relaxation trainer, spring, contact mic, etc., performer, editing
- Abtechtonics – design
- Support: Reiko Azuma, Ron, Due Process, Achim Flaam
Over 90% of the first pressing was warped, so all but about 40–50 copies were trashed.