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2003–present(THRESH & THBKK)
|Founder||John Balance, Peter Christopherson|
|Country of origin||Thailand
Threshold House is one of several record labels created by Coil to release their own work and that of affiliated projects. Associated labels include Eskaton and Chalice. It is also the name for the official Coil website.
The label was initially a vanity label of sorts, as all releases were manufactured and distributed by other labels, most prominently World Serpent Distribution. Following the bankruptcy of World Serpent, the label continued independently.
The logo for Threshold House is a castle-like building, possibly what Coil have referred to as "The East Tower" in past interviews, and a moon. It is also very similar to artist recreations of the buildings at Catalhoyuk.
The series of "LOCI" were released when Coil resided in England.
|Catalogue number||Release title||Format||Release date|
|LOCI 1||Gold Is The Metal With The Broadest Shoulders||12" vinyl||1987|
|LOCI S1||Themes For Derek Jarman's Blue||7" vinyl||1993|
|LOCI 2||The Wheel/The Wheal||7" vinyl||1987|
|LOCI CD2||Unnatural History||CD||1990|
|LOCI 3||Windowpane||12" vinyl||1990|
|LOCI CD4||Stolen & Contaminated Songs||CD||1992|
|LOCI 5||How To Destroy Angels||CD||1992|
|LOCI CD 6||The Angelic Conversation||CD||1994|
|LOCI CD 7||Windowpane & The Snow||CD||1995|
|LOCI CD 10||Unnatural History II||CD||1995|
|LOCI CD 11||Gold Is The Metal With The Broadest Shoulders||CD||1996|
|LOCI CD 12||Unnatural History III||CD||1997|
|LOCI CD 13||Transparent||CD||1998|
|LOCI 14||Astral Disaster||12" vinyl||2000|
|LOCI CD 14||Astral Disaster||CD||2000|
|LOCI CD 15||Scatology||CD||2001|
|LOCI CD 16||Horse Rotorvator||CD||2001|
|LOCI CD 17||Love's Secret Domain||CD||2001|
|LOCI CD 18||Live One||2XCD||2003|
|LOCI CD 19||Live Two||CD||2003|
|LOCI CD 20||Live Three||CD||2003|
|LOCI CD 21||Live Four||CD||2003|
THRESH & THBKK
|Artist||Catalogue number||Release title||Format||Release date|
|Coil||THRESH1||...And the Ambulance Died in His Arms||CD||4 April 2003|
|Coil||THRESH2||The Ape Of Naples||CD, 2x12" vinyl||2 December 2005|
|Coil||THBKK1||The Remote Viewer (remastered edition)||2xCD||2006 August|
|Coil||THBKK2||Black Antlers (remastered edition)||2xCD||2006 August|
|The Threshold HouseBoys Choir||THBKK3||Form Grows Rampant||CD + DVD||2007|
|Coil||THBKK4||The New Backwards||12" vinyl, CD||2008|
- "Threshold House Profile". Discogs. Discogs. Retrieved 29 July 2012.
- "Eskaton Profile". Discogs. Discogs. Retrieved 29 July 2012.
- "Chalice". Discogs. Discogs. Retrieved 29 July 2012.
- "World Serpent Profile". Discogs. Discogs. Retrieved 29 July 2012.
- "World Serpent". Last.fm. Last.fm Ltd. Retrieved 29 July 2012.
- Uncle Sleazy (30 November 2004). "John Balance". Threshold House. Threshold House. Retrieved 29 July 2012.
- Richard Smith (11 December 2004). "Obituary, John Balance". The Guardian. Guardian News and Media Limited. Retrieved 29 July 2012.
- MANGOON (November 2008). "Peter Christopherson [Throbbing Gristle, The Threshold HouseBoys Choir]: Interview". Tiny Mix Tapes. Tiny Mix Tapes. Retrieved 22 September 2012.
- "Peter Christopherson". Gavin Friday. Gavin Friday. Retrieved 23 September 2012.