Before he began saving for the industrial label Wax Trax! as Sister Machine Weapon, Chris Randall proved helpful in the business’s mail room so when a roadie for Polish Trax!’s most widely used music group, KMFDM. By 1990 he previously documented a demonstration, which attracted the eye of KMFDM and gained Randall an opportunity to play some concert events. Following the tour proceeded to go well, Randall documented an recording with Chris Kelly (previously of Disease 23) and released Sins from the Flesh in 1993. Sister Machine Gun’s second recording, Torture Technique, adopted a year later on, and Kelly remaining the music group. Randall began dealing with guitarist Xmas and documented 1995’s Burn by using maker John Fryer, who got previously caused Trent Reznor on Nine In . Nails’ discovery LP, Pretty Hate Machine. In the summertime of 1997, Sister Machine Weapon came back with Metropolis, pursuing that recording with 1999’s [R]advancement. 6.0 surfaced in springtime 2001.