While it began with Charleroi, Belgium, the industrial duo ? ;GRUMH… drew mainly through the so-called digital body of music of groupings like SPK, Entrance 242, and Skinny Pup, but also threw in a few Throbbing Gristle-style experimentalism every once in awhile. ? ;GRUMH… contains the nearly as obscurely called [email protected] Evets (alias Steve Natrix, delivered Phillippe Genion) and [email protected] Seuqcaj (aka Jacques), who met up circa 1982 and started documenting cassette-only forays into experimental commercial music (their initial release, By the telephone, was actually documented over the telephone). Over time, the group graduated to vinyl fabric with 1985’s mini-LP Combine Yourself, that was produced by Entrance 242 member Daniel B. 1986 brought two full-length LPs, Rebearth no Way Out, aswell as the Underground EP. ? ;GRUMH…’s prolific discharge schedule continued the next year with Dark Vinyl fabric Under Cover (retitled Sterling silver Circle Under Plastic material for its Compact disc release) as well as the punningly entitled WAY TOO MANY Cocks Ruin the Breathing EP. That season, ? ;GRUMH… also teamed up with Skinny Puppy’s Nivek Ogre and cEVIN Essential for the medial side task A Chud Convention, which created an ominous, ambient-tinged mini-LP known as Sorrow. 1988 brought the duo’s most broadly acclaimed function, We Are ? ;GRUMH…And YOU AREN’T, aswell as another EP, Bloody Part. The LP A DIFFICULT Day’s Knight (retitled A DIFFICULT Knight’s Day time for the much longer Compact disc version) adopted in 1989, as do the EP THE PURCHASE PRICE Is Right; nevertheless, [email protected] Seuqcaj elected to keep the group that 12 months, and was changed by [email protected] Cram-Naej (aka Jean-Marc). The blow demonstrated fatal for ? ;GRUMH…; following a 1990 EP AND TODAY for Something Even more Completely Different…HOWEVER, NOT AN EXCESSIVE AMOUNT OF!, the group mainly fell silent.