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1) From the left-over amino acids of Bile come OOZE. X-BILE electronic drummer Omen sequencing, sampling, and sacrificing the techno-industrial-artcore conglomerate known as OOZE. Omen wrote, played and performed on BILE releases SuckPump and Teknowhore (Energy Records), and the band contributed a song for the Mortal Kombat soundtrack. After touring with Marilyn Manson, Type O Negative and GWAR, Omen felt the need to be more experimental in the Rave, Hip-Hop, SFX categories.

OOZE was originally blueprinted back in ‘92 as Nuclear Rainbow, a post apocalyptic performance art piece conceived during the pre-BILE days. Joined by X-BILE member Phantom on guitar, and the beautiful vocal vixen Sabrina View, they hit the scene like a Mack truck. With the destruction of the Twin Towers, we are realizing a nuclear attack may be conceivable. OOZE fittingly attacks the stage with their electro assault as if the apocalypse is here and they are the radioactive hot outer plume of the Mushroom cloud. Songs such as My Side, Riot on the Runway and Jim’s Radioactive Beat Box offer messages of both deconstruction and reconstruction. OOZE uses many New York styles of Breakbeat to spice up their industrial genre, skipping over the standard grind march that so many bands have beat to death.

OOZE had two EP’s under their filthy belt, Spawned From the Tip of Satan’s Dick and Astroglide and toured the U.S. with Slick Idiot, featuring Guenter Schulz and En Esch from KMFDM in 2002.


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