September 1993 brought the duo’s debut album Antimatter, and the Metal EP followed in 1994. Controversy followed Cubanate around the British Isles during a 1994 tour with Carcass, as death threats and near riots caused the London Evening Standard to declare that the band had “provoked an outbreak of demented carnage.” Late in 1994, Cubanate delivered “Oxyacetylene,” the trailer single for second LP Cyberia, which appeared in early 1995. “Oxyacetylene” was a hit of some note, featuring on “Mortal Kombat II” and “Gran Turismo” soundtrack LP’s.
Heal and Barry once again enlisted extra members — this time guitarist Shep Ashton and keyboard player Darren Bennett — for a European tour with Front Line Assembly in 1995. The duo’s third album Barbarossa, was released in April 1996.
Two years later, “Interference” appeared on TVT / Wax Trax! Recordings. The album was a departure from the previous sound, featuring intense drum and bass rythyms and a more personal lyrical style. “Interference” received mixed reactions and Cubanate had disbanded by 2000.
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