|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|3||Inferior 2||3||Audio||2010||Du & Jag + Åskar Brickman|
|4||Inferior 1||2||Audio||2009||Du & Jag + Åskar Brickman|
|5||Inferior 3||2||Audio||2010||Du & Jag + Åskar Brickman|
|6||Total||8||Audio||2014-05-14||Gone Beyond Records|
|7||Europa||2||Audio||2013||Gone Beyond Records|
Formed from the ashes of punk/experimental legends Apparat (not the German one) and PVC in the late 90’s, Audionom is a Stockholm supergroup that quickly became a popular live act known for its abrasive shows that also integrated the films of member Martin Malm. The bands hypnotic pummeling sound took inspiration from their love for such early experimental visionaries as Hawkwind, Einstürzende Neubauten, and Neu!
The current status of the band is left with a big question mark. Members with psychological problems, fighting, drinking, chaotic live shows and depression has caused them splitting up and reforming, probably a few times too many already. But though Audionom has been shifting members and constellations many times during the years they have always considered themselves a band rather than a music collective.