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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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Einstürzende Neubauten

Along with Cabaret Voltaire and Throbbing Gristle, Germany’s Einstürzende Neubauten (“collapsing brand-new buildings”) helped pioneer commercial music with an avant-garde mixture of white-noise guitar drones, vocals verging for the unlistenable sometimes, and a clanging, rhythmic din made by a percussion section comprising construction materials, power tools, and different metallic objects. …

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Laibach

Laibach can be an industrial group whose people would rather be referred to as a collective instead of reveal individual brands; they’ve been viewed as fascists and of exercising Germanophilia for their music’s Wagnerian thunder and their army attire. Regarding to Laibach, “We are fascists just as much as Hitler …

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Klute

The early-’90s industrial act Klute is comprised solely of Claus Larson, who first made his tag with hard-hitting industrialists Leather Remove. Klute issued many releases in the Cleopatra label — the 1993 full-length Excluded; and a set of EPs, 1993’s Excepted and 1996’s Excel — just before sinking from view.

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Xmal Deutschland

Sounding like howling witches burning up in the stake, the ghoulish shrieks of Xmal Deutschland’s 1982 debut sole “Incubus Succubus” immediately received the approval of goth rock and roll connoisseurs. The German music group wasn’t in a position to maintain steadily its black-clad sound, offering out to pop prior to …

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Monte Cazazza

The task of controversial performance artist Monte Cazazza continues to be sampled in various books, films, and recordings over time. Hailing from Oakland, CA, Cazazza spent the first ’70s tinkering with his artwork, frequently indulging in such gross-out serves as burning up a partly decomposed, maggot-infested kitty, which would frequently …

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Suicide

Although they hardly received credit, Suicide (singer Alan Vega and keyboardist Martin Rev) were the foundation point for just about any synth pop duo that glutted the pop market place (specifically in Britain) in the first ’80s. Minus the trailblazing Rev and Vega, there could have been no Soft Cell, …

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NON

NON is actually the one-man task of sound monger and provocateur Boyd Grain, whose solo function is virtually interchangeable with this released under his NON alias. Rice’s initial function, originally entitled The Dark Album, contains looped items of gal group and bubblegum pop music worked right into a numbing drone; …

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The Enid

United kingdom group the Enid were shaped in 1974. The founder from the music group was Robert John Godfrey (Barclay Adam Harvest). In developing the group he was became a member of by Stephen Stewart and Francis Lickerish. They released their initial record in 1976. Arriving in the centre from …

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Peter Frohmader

Peter Frohmader can be an innovator of the next era of German electronic music. Not the same as most electronic artists, he is just marginally influenced with the cosmic audio of Tangerine Wish or Klaus Schulze. His music results in the underworld and produces a sinister and nightmarish atmosphere. Frohmader …

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