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Stabilizer is a true child of the internet.

Brad Podray and Ian Siegert met as complete strangers on opposite sides of the United States, over the net, and in mid-2005 they began working on "A Project Called Red"; Stabilizer's first album.

Credit for the album also goes to guest musicians Dan Dolan (Blood&Batteries), John Ploskina of (Luminous Ether) and Morgan Long.

Stabilizer have a new upcoming album; "A Fuse Slowly Burning", for which Dan Dolan will be a full band… read more

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  • Avatar for musicaldemon
    Free tracks are the worst of the bunch. The most awesome songs are A Beginning, Struck, Honey on a Razorblade, We are Definite! and Industry Standard. First album is better than AFSB. A must own for any discerning electronic music fan.
  • Avatar for Anxiety35
    Goons of the world unite for good music.
  • Avatar for MermaidBia
    Dude, A Beginning is so explosive it needs to be shipped padded in cushions....
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  • Avatar for Mr-Ilby
    'A Beginning' is awesome.
  • Avatar for Shishkaboom
    Eh. I just listened to the free tracks of these guys, and it's rather unremarkable. By no means do i dislike the band, but it gives me no reason to rave about it. It would probably be awesome if they worked on it a bit more.
  • Avatar for j33433
    A Fuse Slowly Burning is damn good stuff
  • Avatar for SovietCanuck
    New album is better than the last one! Now all I want is a new Captain Dan & The Scurvy Crew.
  • Avatar for Diotor
    This band sound nothing like the similar artiss, really. They're a hell of a lot more like Machinae Supremacy, in my opinion. Excellent stuff, though.

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