BIONIC LESTER MARK III is a 2-channel 2-pole state-variable digital filter with an unusual amount of aggressive sonic character. The filter mode is continuously variable under manual or CV control, smoothly fading from lowpass to bandpass to highpass to notch to allpass/comb with a single motion. The resonance stops just short of self-oscillation in the first three modes. A digital VCA controls the amplitude and the distortion of the input signal pre-filter. The filters have independent inputs and outputs, and an additional Mix output with balance control. The comb filters feature negative or positive feedback, and controlled self-oscillation to generate howling feedback evolution from the most mundane input. Your modular audio signal can now be heard from the short-delay-line claustrophobic perspective of a fuel tank entry crew, an overdue addition to the Industrial Music Electronics arsenal of Low Art Enforcement Technique. The allpass and comb modes are also useful for designing primitive diffusion, phasing, chorus, or delay effects, and even crude reverberation when multiple Lester units are used together.