The darker visions of industrial-strength trip-hop plus death-metal raging equals the intense dub-hop of Ice. A side-project-of-sorts produced around Godflesh’s Justin K. Broadrick and God’s Kevin Martin (exactly the same lineup composed of Techno Pet), Ice produced in the first ’90s with extra bandmembers Dave Cochrane and Alex Buess. The quartet released Beneath the Epidermis, their debut LP, in 1993. Broadrick and Martin both held quite active with other function — for Techno Pet, Last, Godflesh, God, among others — and released just the 1995 remix EP Quarantine. Finally, in 1998, Glaciers returned making use of their second album, Poor Blood, and brand-new drummer Lou Ciccotelli, plus collaborators like Sebastian Laws and regulations and Scott Harding of New Kingdom, Blixa Bargeld, DJ Vadim, and El-P from Firm Flow.