A former black metallic guitarist who turned to dark synthwave, Wayne Kent aka Perturbator got his genre-free attitude toward music from his parents, one of these being rock and roll critic Nick Kent. He was presented with a Pantera recording at age three, and a acoustic guitar at age 11. After learning Device and Slayer riffs on your guitar, he started writing his personal music, but Mother and Dad’s synth collection was also phoning, and younger Kent required to the keyboards with both metallic and cyberpunk behaviour. He debuted his sound using the 2012 EP Night time Traveling Avenger while two albums, Terror 404 and I Am the night time, showed up that same 12 months. The mix of retro-techno and aggression drawn the developers from the campy and violent gaming Hotline Miami, who added Perturbator to donate to the 2012 game’s soundtrack. The Sexualizer EP adopted in 2013, and was reissued from the Finnish intense metal label Bloodstream Music. The label also released Perturbator’s concept LP Harmful Times in 2014. Focus on the Hotline Miami 2: Incorrect Number soundtrack adopted in 2015, after that Dangerous Times’ story of the religious beliefs using technology to persuade fans was continued around the 2016 concept recording The Uncanny Valley.