German power-electronics project formed by Rene Lehmann as a solo project in 1992. Since "The Infernal Age," however, the project has been a duo. Members: Rene Lehmann & Knut Enderlein, both also members of Inade
Irikarah - main project Andreas Arndt, from the ancient city of Hagen , North Rhine- Westphalia in Germany . Artist on the industrial scene since the early 90 's, also performed under the names of DAW, Facies Deformis, Asandre and A2 .
German Power electronics band. Releases: Full Albums: Heriot, 1992; Stern Des Nordens, 1994; The Border of the Night, 1997; and Agent Provocateur, 1998. EPs: This Sun for Europe, 1997. Singles: Schwerttau, 1998.
Mushroom's Patience is an Italian avantgarde band, formed in 1985 by Raffaele Cerroni (a.k.a.) Dither Craf in Rome. Their music melts acid jazz, noise, electronics, experimental sounds and improvisation.
NYC-based Russian band that operates on the fringes of the original industrial, experimental, ambient and power electronics genres. Post Scriptvm (CDr) Not On Label 1999
Lethargic Revelation (CDr) Not On Label 2000
Green Army Fraction is a fascist Swedish power electronics project, founded in 2000. Its conceptual content is based on anti-modernism and traditional spiritual values, but at times it dwells on more stylish noise-/PE-subjects such as terrorism and general political far right extremism.
Institution D.O.L. is the power electronics / noise project of Austrian musician Matthias Beisl, though he refers to himself as M. or currently as Barbie Blutig. He describes his music as challenging the "decadent consumer habits and new 'communication' and 'information' technologies [ which ] are destroying Western civilization's already culturally rootless, rational way of thinking.
Founded in 1999 by the members of Herbst9.
"With land:fire we have tried to create a musical balance to our main project herbst9. It is very important for us to have and use such a balance and we have the possibility to explore and interpret new fields of “ambient” music." (Quote from Land:Fire site http://www.land-fire.de/ )