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The main project of artist KarrArikh Tor, Infinisynth began in 1991 with an acoustic guitar/vocal cassette release under the title ‘Future Dialogue: Power Machine’. For two years Infinisynth was plagued by backing artist problems until KarrArikh hooked up with Alex MacHein (on drums and rhythm/programming), releasing ‘Subnormal Episodes Vol. 1’ in 1993 on cassette.

The following three years saw tremendous growth for the band. Local radio airplay and audience numbers at live shows continued to increase. The Milwaukee (Wisconsin) weekly public access television series Ennui Entertainment Presents (MATA 14/47) requested material from the band to accompany their video series, and Infinisynth responded by finding two new back-up artists to help flesh out the sound. The new line-up began to record their material completely live, a bold move resulting in unique audio recordings. The 95 minute Norse Epic ‘Germania Saga’ written by KarrArikh Tor was the ultimate pinnacle of this line-up’s use of MIDI programming and outboard sequencers.

A move to goth-rock on the 1996 limited run international release CD ‘Shadow and Shade’ created quite a stir; critics throughout Europe recognised the hints of Bauhaus, The Cure, and Sisters of Mercy. Goth radio programmes raved about the release and requested more from the band. Unfortunately, the pressure of supporting the release combined with a home base move lost KarrArikh and Alex their back-up artists once again.

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