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Amduscia is a Mexican Aggrotech band.

The name Amduscia is derived from a duke of Hell who occurs in medieval demonology, who was said to perform concerts without the audience ever seeing the instruments being played.

Amduscia formed in the spring of 1999. Polo, Edgar and Raul decided to express in their music the pain, the cruelty, the madness, the rage produced by living in a difficult place, "the real Hell, named Mexico City…"

Following their first release, a demo… read more

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  • Avatar for DarkAnonym
    Параша
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    IMPULSO BIOMECÁNICO
  • Avatar for TheRockers
    No God
  • Avatar for Mechanical13
    Всегда забавляли холивары на тему: "Dark Electro не Industrial" и т.д. Ясен хуй что не industrial, это отдельный самостоятельный жанр, хотя его корни частично тянутся из EBM и Electro-industrial. Тоже стоит это учитывать. А по существу это сборная солянка из различных направлений электронной музыки. Вообще, на мой взгляд, куда важнее не жанровая принадлежность группы, а наличие прямых рук и таланта у самих музыкантов.
  • Avatar for crwnthyfrnica
    If your want to listen something similar, then Project Silence is your thing, they have new single flesh of the god here! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jJYT5Qu4Drk
  • Avatar for somacarcrash
    I wouldn't take someone with a Hong Kong Phooey avatar that he hasn't changed for years too seriously.
  • Avatar for xXPostal-DudeXx
    versionfiv You are really annoying dude. Just reading so much of your shit in the shoutboxes... Dont listen to it if you dont like it. And also please grow up and show some respect to dead persons... Really disgusting.
  • Avatar for PuppenVonFreak
    Amduscia doesn't sound like Hocico at all. I like Hocico, but for me, Amduscia is better.
  • Avatar for DarkAnonym
    Xyeta i bred
  • Avatar for versionfiv
    more like gothic techno or gothic trance, that's what all this stuff really is...

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