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  1. 19ninetynine


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    19ninetynine are an electronic industrial band from Lancaster, UK and formed in 2008. The band consists of members Chris Wyrd (lyrics, vocals, songwriting), Andy McBain (guitar, songwriting, all production) and Róisín Brennan (synthesizers, vocals).

  2. Aesthetic Perfection

    Aesthetic Perfection


    Aesthetic Perfection is an American electronic musical project created by Daniel Graves in 2000. As of Fall 2011, Aesthetic Perfection is signed directly to Metropolis Records in the USA and Out of Line Records in Europe. Additionally, the band is licensed to Gravitator Records in the Russian federation and Death Watch Asia in Japan.

  3. Alien Vampires

    Alien Vampires


    Alien Vampires is an electro-industrial band formed in 2000. The band has recorded half a dozen studio releases, and has collaborated with numerous other groups, including Suicide Commando, In Slaughter Natives, and Noisuf-X.

  4. Amduscia



    Amduscia is an aggrotech band from Mexico consisting of Polo Amduscia (vocals, lyrics, sampling) and Edgar "Amduscia" Acevedo (synth programming, sampling, mixing).

  5. Android Lust

    Android Lust


    Android Lust is the solo project of Shikhee D’iordna, that combines elements of rock, electropop, electro-industrial and classical styles into a blend of music that she describes as "electronic and dark."

  6. Asmodeus X

    Asmodeus X


    Asmodeus X is an American electro-industrial band whose music is frequently characterized as a mixture of EBM and darkwave and typically includes the use of environmental sampling. Their style is said to be influenced by the music of Laibach, Kraftwerk, Death in June, and Front 242, among others. The vocals have been described as following in the EBM/synthpop tradition of being “somewhat flat”, lending a “darker edge” to the music. The band is promoted as “the original and ex officio 'Black Corps' of the industrial underground”.

  7. Ayria



    Ayria is a Canadian futurepop/synthpop musical project formed in early 2003 by Toronto's Jennifer Parkin following her departure from the futurepop and EBM band Epsilon Minus. The lighter, ethereal side of gothic, her work shows a collage of smooth textures and soft vocals over collisions of bass and driving beats, danceable and melodic with the darker elements and themes of electro-industrial music still present.

  8. Brainclaw



    Brainclaw is an industrial/electronic music project initially created at Ithaca College, NY in 1989 by David Giuffre. The band centers on Giuffre, but features many guest artists on its releases. Notable songs are "Insekt/Angel" and "When The Dark Rains Come" which were used on the DVD releases of The Matrix Revolutions, The Matrix Box Set and the Spider-Man Collector's Edition. Brainclaw was signed to BLC Productions in Little Rock, AR.

  9. C-Tec



    C-Tec was a band originally formed as a side project in 1995 by Jean-Luc De Meyer (of Front 242), Jonathan Sharp (of New Mind), and Ged Denton (of Crisis NTI) as The Cyber-Tec Project. The name was taken from Cyber-Tec Records, who released their first album. This EP was also released on Fifth Column Records in the US. After this release, Jonathan Sharp left the band (due to problems with Cyber-Tec Records manager Paul M. Green), and Marc Heal (of Cubanate) joined as a full-time member.

  10. Cleaner



    Cleaner is the name of a German project specializing in electronic music. Formerly known as Cleen, Myer released several albums on the American industrial music record label, Metropolis Records, as well as the labels Zoth Ommog and Accession Records.

  11. Cobalt 60

    Cobalt 60


    Cobalt 60 was a project featuring Jean-Luc de Meyer and Dominique Lallement. They were an electro-industrial/EBM group, though they frequently use guitars, an uncommon feature among artists of the genre. Cobalt 60 has also done music for the PC game Wing Commander: Prophecy (Wing Commander V).

  12. Concrete/Rage



    Concrete/Rage is a German electro-industrial project started by Benjamin Sohns in Kirn in 2005.

  13. Controlled Fusion

    Controlled Fusion


    Controlled Fusion is an electro-industrial act from Germany.

  14. Crocodile Shop

    Crocodile Shop


    Crocodile Shop, (later simply calling themselves Croc Shop), is an electro-industrial, aggrotech, EBM band formed in Berlin, Germany in 1987 by Mick Hale and R. A. Werner.

  15. Cyborg Attack

    Cyborg Attack


    Cyborg Attack is a musical group formed in 1995 in Germany near Leipzig. The music style are generally categorized as a symbiosis of EBM and Electropunk. Their more recent material has incorporated a disparate set of influences, notably the musical symbiosis of EBM with influences of punk, creating a more accessible and inventive output but remaining reasonably under the umbrella of industrial music.

  16. Dandi Wind

    Dandi Wind


    Dandi Wind was a post-industrial band created in Vancouver, Canada in 2003. The band consisted of duo Dandilion Wind Opaine and Szam Findlay. Opaine went on to form the disco band Fan Death. "Dandi Wind" released two albums, 2006's Concrete Igloo and 2008's Yolk of the Golden Egg in addition to several EPs and singles, and featured in a variety of magazines and media outlets, including Supersweet Magazine, NME, Dazed & Confused, Exclaim!, Nightlife Magazine, The Nerve, Discorder Magazine, The Georgia Straight, and Trash Menagerie.

  17. Decoded Feedback

    Decoded Feedback


    Decoded Feedback is a Canadian musical project which incorporates styles of electro-industrial and aggrotech. The duo currently releases music on the North American distributor Metropolis Records, and the European record label Out of Line.

  18. Destroid



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  19. Digitalis Purpurea (band)

    Digitalis Purpurea (band)


    Digitalis Purpurea is the pseudonym of the electronic music producer Cristian Marovino.

  20. Dismantled



    Dismantled (born Gary Zon) is an electronic music artist from the United States.

  21. Feindflug



    Feindflug (pronounced "Find-fluke"), is a controversial German electro-industrial band founded in 1995. Translated, the name means "attack-raid" or literally "foe-flight" ("flight against the enemy"); it corresponds in military use to the French/English word "sortie".

  22. Fictional



    Fictional is the name of a German musical project formed by Gerrit Thomas (also known as Rote, or Rote X), serving as a balance between two other projects he is involved in, Funker Vogt and Ravenous. Fictional has released music on the Industrial and Electronic body music labels Metropolis Records and Zoth Ommog.

  23. Funker Vogt

    Funker Vogt


    Funker Vogt is a German electronic music project with an aggressive style, formed by vocalist Jens Kästel and programmer Gerrit Thomas in 1995. Other members of the band are keyboardist/manager Bjorn Bottcher, live guitarist Frank Schweigert and lyricist Kai Schmidt. The name of the band translates from German to English as "Radio Operator Vogt", this being the surname of a friend of the band who was a military radio operator. The military concept of a radio operator provides a contrast with the musical roles of a DJ or a vocalist using a microphone.

  24. Glis



    Glis is an electronic-based music project founded in 2001 by Shaun Frandsen of Seattle, WA (USA). The band has experienced several lineup changes and guest appearances, with frontman Shaun Frandsen acting as the primary producer, vocalist, songwriter, and instrumentalist. Notable guest, Jean-Luc De Meyer of Front 242, contributed vocals on two studio tracks for the album "Nemesis" in 2005. Glis began to use guitars as a production counterpoint on the album "Phoenix" in 2013.

  25. Haujobb



    Haujobb is a German electronic musical project whose output has ranged drastically within the electronic music spectrum, from electro-industrial to ambient and techno. They have become a staple crossover act, bringing several forms of electro into the mainstream industrial music world.

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