Biography

Androgynous, technocratic, iconoplastic. The band was formed in Italy during the famous national black-out of 2003 by Icy X, (better know as Krimloth, singer of the bombastic black metal band Draconian Order), P.P. 69 and Lex Kaos. The plan was to start a dangerous & powerfull industrial glam-punk band in the veins of Shotgun Messiah, Marilyn Manson, White Zombie, Sex Pistols, Murderdolls, Dead Boys, Vampire Love Dolls, The Kovenant. All the Teens want is to be the most, the fastest, the loudest creature in the music business. They are lovers, haters and fuckin’ drug addicted. Teens can’t relate to just being mediocre!!!

2004
Latex (De)Generation is the debut Ep of Latexxx Teens and contains five industrial glam/punk anthems: they mixed their love for New York Dolls with Marilyn Manson’ s decadence & grotesque, shaking all with Shotgun Messiah’s wall of sound.

2005/06
The world is comin down, sky turned black, ground filled with blood of menTouched by the hand of Hell, Latexxx Teens start the recordin sessions of Moloko & Ultra-Violence: six hate anthems, a soundtrack for mass murderin, an hymn for the next comin armageddon. The silence is broken Moloko & Ultra-Violence is inspired by Modern Age Delirium, is a theatrical vision of this martyring world, where mankind kings & queens fought for ten decades, for the gods they made. New stuff is colder, harder, faster & darker than the first work; Degeneration turned to New World Disorder, Revolution to Machine Aggression and so human blood was mixed with Hi-Tech laws. Violent New Breed is finally created.

2007/08
Mr Icy X turns to Bass meanwhile Kami Plastick take care about guitars with La Nuit. A new soldier join LXT: Roy The Toxic (Synth and Maschine) The band signed with Decadance Records to release a lethal dose of megabyte metal. The first full lenght is scheduled for 31th October 2008!

RELEASES

Moloko & Ultra-Violence” (2006), was composed of six tracks filled with industrial sonic attacks, powerful programming, electronic sampling, and violent beats.

Lex Kaos - Vocals
Icy-X - Guitars, Synths and Programming
Plastik Poison 69 - Bass, Synths and Programming
La Nuit - Guitars

Producers: Victor Love @ Subsound Studio
Artwork design: Grace Khold @ Ministry Of The Sign.

That year, webzines such as Industrialized Metal, Metalirium gave the EP positive feedback, and they were signed to Synthetic Dawn Promotions.

Death Club Entertainment (2008) After “Moloko & Ultra-Violence” LXT came back with a lethal dose of hate. “Death Club Entertainment”, the first LXT full lenght, is a mix of pop, electro beats, wall of guitars, rock attitude and metal violence…

“Death Club Entertainment” is the right soundtrack for this grave new world!

LXT doesn’t come in peace!

Death Club Entertainment has been produced & arranged by Victor Love (Dope Stars inc.) and LXT

Recorded at Ghostrack Studio, Rome Italy

Mastered by Brian Hazard of Resonance Mastering / Color Theory, USA

Graphic design by Daniel Rolli

Lex Kaos - Vocals
Icy-X - Bass, Backin’ Vocals,Synths and Programming
Plastik Poison 69 - Guitars, Backin’ Vocals, Synths and Programming
La Nuit - Guitars
Roy Toxxxic - Synths & Machines

Edited by LatexxxTeens on 27 Sep 2008, 11:22

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