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Mentallo & the Fixer

Brothers Gary and Dwayne Dassing formed the electronic/industrial group Mentallo & the Fixer in the late ’80s after period spent in Benestrophe. Located in Austin, TX, the brothers released No Rest for the Wicked in 1992 on Simbiose Information, but later agreed upon to Germany’s important Zoth Ommog label. After …

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Oomph!

Hailed as pioneers from the German “tanz steel” (dance steel) scene and heavily influencing past due-’90s acts like Rammstein, Oomph! had been arguably one of the most questionable, influential, and well-known German goth-industrial rings to emerge in the first ’90s. Regardless of their importance towards the German commercial picture, nevertheless, …

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Project Pitchfork

Germany’s Task Pitchfork are veterans from the goth picture, merging electronic dance with ominous industrial flourishes since 1989. Because the band’s inception, vocalist Peter Spilles and keyboardist/programmer Dirk “Scheubi” Scheuber have already been on the fore. They debuted in 1991 with Dhyani and proceeded release a record after record — …

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Prick

Prick has one particular primary member: Kevin McMahon. The very first influx of Prick started somewhere within the ’80s. There is an EP released in 1988, entitled Communiqué. There could have already been another known as Animal. McMahon’s profession as Prick provides sort of been a now-you-see-him, now-you-don’t video game. …

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We Are Wolves

Canadian electro/shout-punk trio WE HAVE BEEN Wolves builds wall space of high-energy, synth-based, call-and-response indie rock and roll that think of artists such as for example Center, Suicide, and early New Purchase. The Montreal three-piece, made up of Alex Ortiz (bass, electric guitar, vocals), Vincent Levesque (keyboards, beatbox, vocals), and …

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Puscifer

While one may imagine Maynard James Keenan could have more than enough going to keep him busy being a frontman using the groupings Tool and AN IDEAL Group, in 2007 he made a decision to record an album under just one more name: Puscifer. Described by Keenan as “the area …

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Martin Atkins

Since appearing within the picture in 1980, English-born Martin Atkins is becoming among the leading lighting of the globe of industrial steel. His label, Unseen Records, continues to be home for some of the very most essential acts from the genre. Blessed on August 3, 1959, in Coventry, Britain, Atkins …

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VNV Nation

The electronic project VNV (“Victory Not Vengeance”) Nation was conceived in London in 1990 by Ronan Harris, debuting in-may of this year using the 12″ “Body Pulse.” “Power of Youth” adopted a few weeks later on, and by the end of the entire year Harris relocated to Toronto, where VNV …

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Die Form

Since from 1977, French industrial innovators Die Form have developed an astounding body of function, which range from goth membership paths to neo-classical explorations. Lyrically and aesthetically confrontational, the group’s music, movies, performances, and artwork books possess revolved around questionable themes such as for example eroticism, necrophilia, sadomasochism, and bestiality. …

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Seabound

Whenever a mutual friend introduced Germans Frank Spinath and Martin Vorbroot to one another, they both experienced their personalities were as well dissimilar to form an effective band. Soon, nevertheless, the contradictions began employed in their favour, as well as the varied electro-industrial audio of Seabound was created. Among their …

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