Chemlab is a Coldwave and Industrial rock (or "Machine Rock") band formed in Washington D.C. in 1989 by Dylan Thomas More and Jared Louche with the help of short-time member Joe Frank. Influenced by the pioneers of the industrial genre, such as Throbbing Gristle, Chemlab brought a rough, experimental approach to their music.
The Shizit is a digital hardcore band from Seattle, USA, formed by J.P. Anderson and Brian Shrader in 1999. Their music was an intense mix of gabber, hardcore and heavy metal guitars, amped up with aggressive political lyrics.
Formed in 1991 by the frontman, guitarist, keyboardist, percusssionist, and vocalist Steven Seibold, Hate Dept. combines a mixture of hard rock, punk, industrial, and dance music with venomous, angry lyrics.
Rabbit Junk entered the world in 2004 with a self recorded, self titled full length. Originally recorded as a demo, the rough production and male/female vocal trade off appealed to fans of Atari Teenage Riot and front man JP Anderson's previous project, The Shizit.
Formed in 2003 and Based in Vancouver, BC, Canada; Left Spine Down (also known by the acronym LSD) plays a style of music they refer to as iPunk fusing the sounds of Industrial, Metal, Punk and Drum & Bass. The band features Jeremy Inkel of Industrial music legends FRONT LINE ASSEMBLY & NOISE UNIT and has no shortage of fire power both on stage and in the studio.
H3llb3nt was a collaborative industrial rock supergroup from the United States that formed in 1995. The project featured a number of industrial artists including Eric Powell (16Volt), Jared Louche (Chemlab), Charles Levi (My Life With The Thrill Kill Kult), Bryan Black (Haloblack), Lee Fraser (Sheep on Drugs), Martin Atkins (Pigface), and Raymond Watts (Pig, KMFDM).
Marc Heal and Phil Barry, otherwise known as industrial terrorists Cubanate, have explored the hybrid style created by mixing industrial music with the high-speed rhythms of techno. The group formed in London in late 1992 with Heal on vocals and Barry playing guitar, along with keyboard player Graham Rayner and percussionist Steve Etheridge.
Christ Analogue was devised in 1995 by programmer/vocalist Wade Alin. The 1996 release of their debut album, “The Texture ov Despise,” earned the band instant respect and established them as a force in the electronic/industrial music scene.
Formed in 2008 by Phil Barry, Be My Enemy's mission has been to pull together Phil's many musical talents as a guitarist, producer, singer and songwriter to create an energetic hybrid of electronic and rock musicial styles.