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Unit:187 is a Canadian industrial band, started by John Morgan and Tod Law in 1994.

Unit:187 (also known as Unit 187) was formed in Vancouver, Canada. Vancouver industrial scene influences such as Front Line Assembly and Skinny Puppy helped guide the band to write their first self titled studio album which was released by 21st Circuitry in 1995. In 1998, the band's second album Loaded, produced by Devin Townsend gained critical acclaim with several of the songs becoming… read more

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  • Avatar for Nihilistic23
    R.I.P. Tod Law.
  • Avatar for at0nement
    The 90's version of Unit:187 was the Angst years, very similar to 16Volt, Acumen Nation, Hate Dept., etc. The end of "Coldwave" so to speak. The new Unit:187 is extremely influenced from Front Line Assembly's new direction on the Angriff album. At times I forget if I am listening to FLA or Unit:187, not that is a bad thing as they do have a cross over of band members based in Vancouver.
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  • Avatar for Christophorius
    loaded-best song
  • Avatar for HumanGame
    The new album kicks ass. I'm really enjoying the new sound. Here's hoping they keep it up.
  • Avatar for nhtp7
    It took unusually long for this new one to really sink in for me. But now I listen to it constantly...
  • Avatar for JohnLithium
    Bought the new album on a does take time to sink in, but I'd say it's pretty solid (I do see how fans of their older material would be disappointed with this, though).
  • Avatar for b0omer
    It's a shame the "Blood for Blood" teaser MP3 that was up on their old site wasn't included in latest album. I can hear some hints of it in "Rolling Vengeance" which probably explains why I've been beating it up the most.
  • Avatar for nhtp7
    The newie is growing on me, my initial disappointment slowly fading away.....
  • Avatar for Spiralchords
    The new Unit:187 album "Out For Blood" is about to drop and you can find a brand new interview with the guys here:

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