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Ostkreutz

Ostkreutz uses an “audiovisual terror” design of electro-rock that is clearly a multimedia assault in the senses. The Berlin-based action, named after among the city’s principal S-Bahn (i.e., suburban metro railway) lines, was started in 2004 with the masked person who phone calls himself Optimum. More often than not, the …

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Robin Finck

As you of Trent Reznor’s most consistent music companions, Robin Finck is becoming famous for showing up clad in dark, covered in dirt, along with his dreadlocks tied back again. Nevertheless, during Nine Inches Nails’ frequent intervals of inactivity, he is becoming associated with several critically acclaimed tasks. Blessed on …

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Yvonne Gage

b. 1959, Chicago, USA. When aged just 14 Gage became a member of the Soulettes with whom she remained until she was 21. During this time period they transformed their name to First Appreciate and then Appreciate, subsequently documenting an record for Chycago International Music in 1980. Nevertheless, at that …

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Mike Scaccia

Rapid-fire guitarist Mike Scaccia rose from regional popularity with the Tx thrash titans Rigor Mortis to globe renown with international industrial iconoclasts Ministry. In the middle-’80s, Scaccia’s desire for weighty music and horror flicks business lead him into Rigor Mortis, a roughshod quartet who briefly ruled Dallas mosh pits. Scaccia’s …

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Al Jourgensen

Arguably, the market leaders (plus some would say founders) from the industrial metal movement are Ministry, led simply by frontman/guitarist/producer Al Jourgensen. Created in Havana, Cuba, on Oct 7, 1959, Jourgensen and his family members ultimately relocated to america — 1st in Denver CO, before settling in Chicago, IL. In …

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Armageddon Dildos

Armageddon Dildos, a slang name for intercontinental ballistic missiles, can be an industrial rock and roll duo from Germany comprising Uwe Kanka (vocals) and Dirk Krause (synthesizer). They created the group in Kassel, Germany, in 1988, and released their debut recording, That’s Armageddon, in Germany in 1991. This is accompanied …

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Acid Horse

Another branch in the rather large and twisted family members tree that Ministry spawned, Acid Equine was a one-off single cooperation between Ministry’s Al Jourgensen (Ministry side task nickname these times: Alien Doggie Star), Chris Connelly (Gallopin’ Scorpionsaddlebutt), Expenses Rieflin (Biff), and Cabaret Voltaire’s Stephen Mallinder and Richard H. Kirk …

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12 Rounds

Although these were championed by 9 Inch Nails mastermind Trent Reznor, who signed the band to his Absolutely nothing label, the British duo 12 Rounds was originally signed to Polydor and began being a trio. Although their debut, Jitter Juice, marketed sufficiently to result in some festival appearances back and …

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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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Nailbomb

Nailbomb was a short task between ex-Sepultura vocalist/guitarist Maximum Cavalera and ex-Fudge Tunnel vocalist/guitarist Alex Newport. Although both from the bandmembers’ full-time rings specialized in intense metal noises, Nailbomb somehow discovered ways to create a lot more thick and severe metallic noises (in addition, it proves to become more repetitive, …

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