Simply the one-man studio project of Eric Powell with other members added mainly for concert events, 16 Volt combines both main thrusts of ’90s industrial music — electronics and guitars — in remarkably equal amounts about several albums for Re-constriction Records. The child of an archive professional, Powell became thinking about music in early stages, and created 16 Volt in 1988. While buying his demos many years later on, he fulfilled up with a college-radio music movie director who decided to launch the recordings on his recently created Re-constriction label. After dealing with Skinny Puppy’s Dave Ogilvie on creation, 16 Volt released debut recording, Knowledge, in 1993. Pores and skin adopted in 1994, and the project fulfilled Hate Dept. around the Remix Wars EP. 16 Volt’s third recording, LetDownCrush, signaled the finish of Powell’s romantic relationship with Re-constriction; Super Great Nothing, released in 1998, made an appearance around the Slipdisc imprint of Mercury/Polygram. Demography made an appearance in fall 2000.