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The Lack

Scott Niemet, Tim Ramage, Matt Bailey, Adam Bennati, and Chris Bailey 1st got the theory for an industrial hardcore music group with live drums while we were young in Columbus, OH. Appreciating the trend of hardcore, the strength of industrial rings like Ministry, as well as the techno of rings like Atari Teenage Riot, the shortage decided to toss it all collectively on-stage. It required some time for the audio to get together, even though switching of devices mid-song during shows was intentional. The Lack’s choice for large amps cranked completely got them prohibited from local night clubs. After showing up on two compilations in Sept 2001, a full-length recording nearly 3 years in the producing followed soon after on Troubleman.

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