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ohGr is a band formed by Nivek Ogre, of Skinny Puppy, and musician/engineer Mark Walk. Although the pedigree of the group's members might suggest otherwise, ohGr is not strictly an group, as it draws from elements of /, , and even . Unlike Ogre's earlier Skinny Puppy work, ohGr has a more conventional structure to its music as well as a lighter tone, lyrically and musically. The band was officially formed in 2001, although the material… read more

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  • Avatar for skinnydrifter
    Hearing the new Prodigy song Wall of Death and Rebel Radio, reminded me of how great SunnyPsyOp and Welt were
  • Avatar for eyecandy_horror
    Devils in my Details will always be my favorite <3
  • Avatar for Foresterregn
    Na-a-ah.
  • Avatar for skinnydrifter
    ohGr sounds from the first two album are unique to this project... but later works blur in with Skinny Puppy and vice versa for recent Puppy works.
  • Avatar for bEATWEAKer
    On the contrary, while your comment weakly attempts to flatter me, it's bloody annoying to see starstruck nin fanboys / girls drooling over him in every shoutbox that's Skinny Puppy related. Obsessed much? Stop dickriding.
  • Avatar for mawhrin_skel
    Man, bEATWEAKer is so obsessed with Trent Reznor. He's constantly making cute nicknames for him and talks about him in dozens of shoutboxes all over Last.fm. It's so cute.
  • Avatar for bEATWEAKer
    Sucks for you. Nobody cares. Go dickride spent leznor in his own shoutbox.
  • Avatar for metalsux
    can i like ministry, revco, nin, skuppy and ogre all at the same time? i like nin mostly though.
  • Avatar for Creuxial
    DIMD > unDeveloped > SunnypPsyOp > Welt. I think unDeveloped is REALLY good, it sounds a little more like SP compared to the other releases. But DIMD has a special place in my heart.
  • Avatar for v0j4
    for me it's unDeveloped = SunnyPsyOp > DIMD > Welt. I got bored of Welt for listening to it so much.

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