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  1. There is more than one artist represented here:

    Coil (1982–2004) was initially established in London in 1983 as an experimental solo outlet for…

  2. Sickness of Snakes was a one-off collaboration between Boyd Rice, John Balance and Peter Christopherson (Coil)
    Their only release was "Nightmare…

  3. Black Light District was one of Coil's side projects. Under this alias they released only one album, A Thousand Lights In A Darkened Room.
    This was…

  4. There are several artists using this name:
    1) ELpH was a project of John Balance, founder of Coil, writer, producer, remixer, member of 23 Skidoo,…

  5. ELpH vs. Coil is Coil. Just as Coil vs. ELpH and ELpH.
    Brainwashed (for years the semi-official outlet of Coil) has this to say about it:
    "ELpH is…

  6. Peter Martin Christopherson, a.k.a. Sleazy (February 27, 1955 - November 25, 2010) was best known as a member of the influential British…

  7. SLEEP CHAMBER is an American Industrial band fronted by John Zewizz. He was born in Essex England in August of 1955. The band is known for using…

  8. Nurse With Wound is a London, UK based music band, formed in 1978 by Steven Stapleton, John Fothergill and Heeman Pathak. Their early recordings,…

  9. The Melancholy Mad Tenant is a release of material by groups Coil, The New Blockaders and Vortex Campaign. The release was limited to an edition of…

  10. Throbbing Gristle was formed in London, UK in 1975 out of the ashes of international performance art group COUM Transmissions. Founding members…

  11. Time Machines was a pseudonym of Coil, under which two albums were released: "Time Machines" in 1998 and "Coil Present Time Machines" (Time…

  12. Test Dept were an industrial music band formed in New Cross, London, by Paul Jamrozy, Graham Cunnington, Angus Farquhar, Paul Hines and Toby…

  13. De Fabriek began in 1977 as a collective project. Their goal was to do minimal experimental music. You could see this minimal thing in the products…

  14. SPK were an Australian industrial music and noise music group formed in 1978. They were fronted by mainstay member, Graeme Revell on keyboards…

  15. Zero Kama was a ritual industrial project from Vienna, Austria, formed in 1984 by Michael DeWitt (owner of Nekrophile Rekords). The album "The…

  16. Monte Cazazza is an American artist and composer best known for his seminal role in helping shape the early landscape of industrial music through…

  17. There are several artists that use the name NON:

    1) NON, recorded several seminal noise music albums.
    2) NON is the pseudonym for Norio Hanzawa.…

  18. Psychic TV is a video art and music group that primarily performs psychedelic, electronic, punk and experimental music. The band was formed by…

  19. SoiSong was a collaboration between Peter Christopherson (Coil, Throbbing Gristle, X-TG, The Threshold Houseboys Choir) and Ivan Pavlov (a.k.a.…

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