Extremities, Dirt and Various Repressed Emotions is the ninth studio album by English rock band Killing Joke, recorded in August 1990 and in November 1990 by record label Noise. This is the only Killing Joke album to feature drummer Martin Atkins (formerly of Public Image Ltd. and Brian Brain).The double LP edition features the track "Age of Greed (Live)" as a bonus, whereas both CD reissues also feature four tracks from a very rare 1989 cassette demo. One of these tracks, "Jubilation", is actually an early version of "The Beautiful Dead" and had been released previously on a flexi disc. Of the other tracks, only "The Fanatic" was known, having been performed live at several concerts in 1989. The Deluxe Edition featured all bonus tracks on a separate dual disc, with the DVD side containing the music video for "Money Is Not Our God".
Out on May 18th on Killing Joke's very own Killing Joke Records is the limited edition 4CD collectors boxset (3000 copies) "The Gathering 2008". "The Gathering 2008" saw the original Killing Joke line up play live in London at two historic sold out concerts for the first time since 1982. This CD limited edition boxset packs both concerts together for the very first time. Both concerts are presented in full with no overdubs, professional recorded and even contain a brand new track for the event, "Time Wave".