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Wally Shaw (vocals, keyboards, percussion) formed the Christian industrial band Donderfliegen in Austin, TX, with vocalist Simon O’Leary and drummer Brent Stackhouse. After O’Leary still left, Shaw and Stackhouse released the limited Digital Priests in 1990. A name transformation to Deitiphobia (to be able to even more clearly concentrate the …

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Chagall Guevara

Alternate CCM rockers Chagall Guevara were led by singer/songwriter Steve Taylor, previously known for some well-received single efforts before retiring from Christian music due to the controversy encircling the satirical bent of his lyrics, particularly “We Blew In the Medical center Real Great” from your album We Predict 1990. He …

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Before practically introducing industrial music to CCM, Jyro and Jerome formed the band Mortal Desire in 1988 with Wilson Peralta and Ray Tongpo. The group released a demonstration cassette, but afterwards shortened the name and lowered Peralta and Tongpo. Mortal’s initial album, Lusis, made an appearance in 1992 for the …

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Steve Taylor

Sometimes known as the “clown prince of Christian music,” vocalist/guitarist Steve Taylor was among the first to create sarcasm and satire to Christian music. Roland Stephen Taylor was created on Dec 9, 1957, in Brawley, California, but grew up in Denver, Colorado. Taylor didn’t start singing significantly until his university …

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