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  • Ad·ver·sary

    (10,745 listeners)

    rhythmic noise, industrial, noise, power noise

    Hailing from the Canadian electronic underground, Ad·ver·sary is Jairus Khan. His remixes of Converter and Iszoloscope have enjoyed heavy club and airplay around the world, and he has provided North American tour support for Terrorfakt, Antigen Shift, Cyanotic, Adam X, and others.

  • Beborn Beton

    (47,623 listeners)

    synthpop, ebm, electronic, futurepop

    Beborn Beton is a German synth pop band founded in 1989, with their first album release in 1993. The debut named "Tybalt" is a compilation of the best tracks written in the first three years of their band history and was very well received in the electronic music scene.

  • Blutengel

    (163,827 listeners)

    darkwave, gothic, ebm, industrial

    Blutengel (English: Blood Angel) artist is a Gothic/Futurepop/Darkwave/EBM band formed in Berlin, Germany in 1998. Whether Blutengel fall into any of these categories has been disputed by some.

  • C-Lekktor

    (26,682 listeners)

    dark electro, ebm, harsh ebm, industrial

    Electro/EBM Markko B. voice, lyrics, samples, sequences Jorge M. synths, music, sequences Under the alias of ' C-Lekktor ', Marco makes his first appearances in quality of disc jockey in events that gather to the pioneer bands of the electro scene in Mexico, 'Oxido Conkreto', 'Hocico', 'Portent', 'Ogo', 'Cenobita', 'Deus ex Machina'.

  • Cenobita

    (3,886 listeners)

    ebm, dark electro, industrial, harsh ebm

    The story of Cenobita 1993 - The Beginning Cenobita's history begins in 1993, in Mexico City, from the ashes of an alternative band named Nefelheim, where Claus Bita (machinery and vox) and Omar Flo (vox) met.

  • Cenotype

    (3,938 listeners)

    rhythmic noise, industrial, noise, experimental

    Cenotype is the rhythmic industrial project of Lenny B. a.k.a. DJ Wintermute. A long time supporter of industrial music, Wintermute decided it was time to express the ideas and songs that had been wracking his dream space and finally make them a reality.

  • Combichrist

    (253,097 listeners)

    industrial, ebm, dark electro, electronic

    "Combichrist" is an aggrotech group, formed in Norway and currently based in the United States. In 2003 Andy LaPlegua of "Icon of Coil" wrote a few power noise/techno cross over tracks under the name of "D.R.I.V.E.". This was changed to "Combichrist" when the debut album, "The Joy of Gunz" was set to be released on Out Of Line.

  • E-Craft

    (29,855 listeners)

    ebm, industrial, electro-industrial, aggrotech

    E-Craft is an EBM / aggrotech / electro-industrial band that was formed in (East) Germany in 1996.

  • End.User

    (2,863 listeners)

    breakcore, raggacore, enduser, electronic

    Lynn Standafer from Cincinnati, Ohio, United States is more commonly known as Enduser. Taking influences from KRS-One, Skinny Puppy, and Photek, and raised on a steady diet of hip-hop and early jungle records, Enduser creates d'n'b and hip-hop flavored breakcore.

  • FGFC820

    (41,978 listeners)

    ebm, industrial, harsh ebm, dark electro

    Formed in 2004, FGFC820 is the hard EBM project from well-known and respected New York City DJs Rexx Arkana and Dräcos.

  • Grendel

    (121,341 listeners)

    ebm, industrial, dark electro, harsh ebm

    There is more than one artist with this name: 1) Grendel is a harsh ebm artist from Netherlands. 2) Grendel is a melodic death metal band from Finland. 3) Grendel is a Polish progressive rock band. 4) Grendel is a black metal band from Italy. 5) Grendel is a black metal band from the UK.

  • Haujobb

    (75,456 listeners)

    industrial, ebm, electronic, idm

    Haujobb formed as a trio in 1993 in Germany, with B. Junemann being the third member to the current duo of Dejan and Daniel. Their first release was on cassette only, the now hopelessly out of print Drift Wheeler. This embryonic issue brought them to the attention of Off Beat records, who released their first CD, Homes and Gardens, later that same year.

  • Heimataerde

    (54,770 listeners)

    ebm, dark electro, industrial, harsh ebm

    Envisioned by DJ Ash, Heimataerde merges electronic dancefloor beats and soft, often archaically instrumented melodies. A recent addition to the music world, the band released an EP in 2004, Ich Hab Die Nacht Getraeumet, which contained five tracks, including two versions of the title track.

  • Hocico

    (114,699 listeners)

    ebm, industrial, dark electro, electronic

    Hocico is a Mexican dark electro band. The band was officially formed in Mexico City, Mexico in 1993 by Erk Aicrag (lyrics & vocals) and Racso Agroyam (programming), but both cousins had been making electronic music since they were fifteen years old. The names are anagrams of the real names Erik Garcia and Oscar Mayorga.

  • Iszoloscope

    (21,572 listeners)

    industrial, rhythmic noise, dark ambient, noise

    Iszoloscope is an industrial band from Aylmer, Quebec, Canada, currently based in Montreal, formed in 1999 by CHUO 89.

  • klangstabil

    (15,635 listeners)

    industrial, electronic, noise, experimental

    Klangstabil was formed in 1994 by Maurizio Blanco and Boris May. At that time, Boris was not yet an active musician, while Maurizio was already knee-deep in electronic music and had already begun to develop his own ideas in music. They soon realized that they were transmitting on the same wavelength.

  • Lenny Dee

    (11,418 listeners)

    hardcore, gabber, industrial hardcore, frenchcore

    There's two Lenny Dees. One is the fifties organ player who had a #1 hit with Plantation Boogie in 1955. The other is a New York DJ. You can find out more about the organ player here and here. Lenny Dee

  • Miss Construction

    (13,510 listeners)

    ebm, industrial, dark electro, german

    The Tumor has been eradicated! He had long used up all his resources for unleashing electronic devastation on mankind and was therefore removed from the face of the Earth in one final, deafening operation.

  • Nachtmahr

    (79,472 listeners)

    industrial, ebm, dark electro, german

    Nachtmahr is a name of least three artists: [1] An industrial techno pseudonym of Thomas Rainer (aka L'Âme Immortelle and the defunct Siechtum).

  • Nitronoise

    (3,300 listeners)

    ebm, dark electro, aggrotech, industrial

    Those who have followed the meteoric rise of DETROIT DIESEL, or read the credits of the seminal debut album “Terre Humaine”, might recall the name of former member Clutch – who parted company with the band shortly before the release of that first album.

  • Noisex

    (15,332 listeners)

    industrial, noise, powernoise, rhythmic noise

    Noisex is the name of a power noise and industrial music act from Germany formed by Raoul Roucka in 1990.

  • Orphx

    (15,319 listeners)

    industrial, rhythmic noise, noise, experimental

    One of the most highly respected acts in both techno and industrial circles, Orphx have been developing their signature fusion of hypnotic rhythms and experimental noise for the past twenty years.

  • Panzer AG

    (66,760 listeners)

    industrial, ebm, dark electro, aggrotech

    "Panzer AG" is the name of a power noise/aggrotech/rock side-project by Norwegian Andy LaPlegua, the founder of "Icon of Coil". Formed in Norway in 2004, Panzer AG's sound combines power noise, industrial, trance, rock, gospel music and other genres to create a caustic but danceable form of music.

  • Pröjekt F

    (32 listeners)

    industrial metal, canadian, montreal, industrial

  • S.P.O.C.K

    (38,922 listeners)

    synthpop, electronic, swedish, futurepop

    S.P.O.C.K (Star Pilot on Channel K) is a synthpop band from Sweden formed around 1988. The subject matter of S.P.O.C.K's songs frequently centers on science fiction and, in particular, Star Trek. Their most recent release is: "2001: A S.P.O.C.K Odyssey" since then the band seems to be on hiatus although as of 2013 they still do gigs once in a while.

  • Satronica

    (3,018 listeners)

    Satronica has been involved in Hardcore and other forms of aggressive electronic music ever since he started supporting The Horrorist (aka Oliver Chesler) in the mid-90's by manning the live equipment and performing vocals for his infamous shows. Soon thereafter, he began producing music and performing live with Alexander Chesler in the group Acrosome.

  • Shiv-R

    (6,077 listeners)

    dark electro, ebm, industrial, electro-industrial

    Shiv-r is a new force in the field of dark electronic music. The heavy and unsettling atmosphere generated by the band is at times intended for the clubs, and at times drawn to a slow, grinding pace for full dramatic impact.

  • Stormtrooper

    (7,047 listeners)

    hardcore, industrial hardcore, speedcore, heavy metal

    There are multiple artists with the name Stormtrooper: 1) Stormtrooper alias Peter Nitschke started Dj-ing 1997 in small Clubs in his Hometown Rosenheim. It didnt take long until everybody knew that his sound was too hard for most of the parties, so he started playing in towns like Munich and Salzburg, where more people liked the harder sound.

  • The Gothsicles

    (8,453 listeners)

    8-bit, electronic, industrial, electro

    In recent years, Chicago’s ultrasweaty industrial dance dorkstorm, THE GOTHSICLES, have played some of the most talked about live shows at some of the most premiere industrial music festivals around the globe.

  • The Speed Freak

    (13,037 listeners)

    hardcore, speedcore, frenchcore, gabber

    Martin Damm has been releasing records since 1990 under various project names, the most recurrent ones being Biochip C., Speedfreak, and Search & Destroy.

  • Winterkälte

    (6,627 listeners)

    rhythmic noise, industrial, noise, powernoise

    Winterkälte, members Eric de Vries, Udo Wiessmann A complex architecture of hypnotic sounds and rhythms in steady turns.

  • [:SITD:]

    (48,046 listeners)

    ebm, industrial, dark electro, electronic

    Bone-crunching beats, apocalyptical electro hymns and very energetic live appearances. Hailing from Germany's real industrial heartland, the former coal and steel centers of the Ruhr area, [:SITD:] made a name for itself a while ago, and can be counted amongst the most acclaimed electronic projects of the present international club scene.