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? ;GRUMH…

While it began with Charleroi, Belgium, the industrial duo ? ;GRUMH… drew mainly through the so-called digital body of music of groupings like SPK, Entrance 242, and Skinny Pup, but also threw in a few Throbbing Gristle-style experimentalism every once in awhile. ? ;GRUMH… contains the nearly as obscurely called …

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Joachim Witt

German musician Joachim Witt is probably the few survivors of the brand new German influx that dominated the airwaves in the first ’80s: after many years of struggling to regain the popularity he found out with his strike solitary “Goldener Reiter” (Golden Rider), he were able to launch a significant …

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UV Pøp

UV Pøp (or “Ultra Violent Pop”) was a post-punk group in the South Yorkshire area of Britain formed in the first 1980s by John K. Light. White have been offering the musical support for the floundering vocal group known as the I Scream Guys, and released UV Pøp being a …

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Optimum Wound Profile

The first ’90s saw industrial metal finally emerge through the underground in to the mainstream, because of big-selling releases by such artists as Nine Inch Nails and Ministry — clearing just how for countless other rings to follow within their path, including Optimum Wound Profile. The British-based quintet included previous …

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Revolting Cocks

Rumor has it all the gents who all constitute Revolting Cocks discovered the name by their usual debauchery. Ministry frontman Al Jourgensen was out for a difficult night of taking in with some close friends, so hard which the bartender threw them out, declaring them a couple of revolting cocks. …

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Not Breathing

Once they began saving in 1995, Not really Breathing self-released an astonishing amount of music in the span of the year, including Period Music of Quazars, Triangle Sun, Razor and Filth Percolator. Located in Tuscon, Az, the commercial/trance group authorized to Invisible Information and released their 1st wide-issue recording, Sangre …

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Noise Box

Inside a city renowned because of its output of grunge bands, Seattle’s Noise Box are mostly of the industrial bands on the market. The duo of Dre Robinson and Josh Helm started recording collectively in the first ’90s, having a raging sound quite much like local heroes Skinny Puppy — …

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Non-Fiction

Once NJ metallists Hades went their separate methods in the later ’80s, many former people formed nonfiction. Previous Hades vocalist Alan Tecchio and guitarist Dan Lorenzo released the group in 1989, wanting to broaden upon their steel root base by injecting components of alt-metal (Soundgarden getting decreasing motivation). The group, …

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Razor Skyline

Modeled by Karen Kardell (vocals) and the_Gun (keyboards, encoding), the Razor Skyline initiated its movements in 1995, underscoring their patterned methods through profound and dense compositions. Motivated by the task of ’80s rings like the Treatment or Siouxie & the Banshees, and heading beyond an influenced renaissance of gothic rock …

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Pulcher Femina

Located in Rome, Italy, Pulcher Femina is certainly a darkwave duo whose gloomy, moody music ranges from goth rock and roll to commercial and EBM. Pulcher’s music is certainly heavily digital; while a whole lot of goth rock and roll is certainly guitar-minded, Pulcher frequently mementos the electro-goth design that …

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