Dutch digital body music (EBM) group Grendel debuted in 2000 having a self-released Compact disc featuring the music “Strangers,” which became an small underground dance hit in elements of Traditional western Europe. The German label NoiTekk subsequently authorized Grendel and released Inhumane Enjoyment (2001), accompanied by an EP, End of Age groups (2002). Grendel’s following recording, Prescription: Medicide (2004), was an underground strike, especially in holland; the album premiered within the U.S. by Metropolis in addition to in European countries by NoiTekk. Grendel liked another hit making use of their following EP, Soilbleed (2005), including a hard-hitting cover from the German golf club smash “Kernkraft 400” by Zombie Country. Within the wake of the success, Grendel remaining NoiTekk and authorized with Infacted for the discharge of Harsh Era (2007), once again released by Metropolis in the us. As of this juncture, the group was made up of Jos Tucker (aka VLRK), Marc Martinez (M4RC), and Marco Visconti (MRKO).