There are at least nine music acts named Reactor: one from China, one from UK, one from Sweden, one from Mexico, one from Ukraine, one from Switzerland, one from Finland and one from Canada.
Reactor (Finland) is a gloomy rock band, formed in 1997. Current lineup came reality in 2009. The band will release its yet-to-be-finished debut album in 2011.
More info: http://www.reactorband.net
Reactor (Germany) is a speed metal band formed in 1991. by ex-Angel Dust and Scanner vocalist, S.L. Coe.
Pierdes Tu Ser
Industrial Death Metal
1989 - "Midnight" (demo)
1991 - "Thrashing Night" (demo)
1991 - "Hellish Power" (demo)
1992 - "Killed&Cremated " (demo)
1993 - "Liers Religion" (demo)
1996 - "Modern Breathe"(demo)
2000 - "Midnight/Liers Religion" (Terroraiser Prods. ) MC
2000 - "Killed&Cremated/Hellish Power" (Terroraiser Prods.) MC
2000 - "Industry" (Terroraiser Prods.) MC
2003 - "Critical Mass" (CD-Maximum) CD
2006 - "Updaterror" (Nocturnus) CD
Feeling The Love
As If You Care
Thrash metal band from Montreal, formed in 1987. Their guitarist, Dave Galea, was a founding member of Cryptopsy.
Reactor (Croatia) was a three piece DIY punk band playing pop with guitars, percussions and bugarija . Formed in Zagreb, Croatia in 1995, Reactor wrote a bunch of songs, put out three releases/tapes via obscure Carrot Productions label, played a couple of shows and broke up in March of 1999. "Blankets, Pillows, Sheets“ consists of 15 songs taken from all the band's releases and selected by members of the band.
The Reactor (Sweden) is a gothic band formed in 2001. In 2007 they changed name to Undecimber
Kitiara - Synths and Vocals
Patrik – Guitars and Vocals
Demon my Love
Together in Death
Reactor (Swizerland) Old skool Death Metal Band, changed their name to Sickening Gore http://www.last.fm/music/Sickening+Gore in 1992
The Tribunal Above Demo '91
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