Zeromancer is an industrial rock group with members from Norway. The core members of Zeromancer met in the influential Norwegian band Seigmen. During the 1990s this band dominated the national rock scene and even made a name for themselves outside the country by playing concerts abroad. When Seigmen split in 1999, Alex Møklebust (vocals), Erik Ljunggren (programming), Kim Ljung (bass guitar) and Noralf Ronthi (drums) joined forces with Chris Schleyer (ex-Kidneythieves) (guitar) as Zeromancer.
Formed in 2002 by Robbie Furze and Antti Uusimaki. Rooted in punk and metal. Influenced by industrial, experimental & electronica, Generated organic noise layered with programmed. Processed drums, mixed with guitars and noise. An unconventional structure and formula that forms the unique sound of Panic D H H. From http://www.digitalhardcore.com/
Atoms for Peace is an experimental rock and electronic supergroup formed in late 2009 in Los Angeles, California, United States. The group consists of Radiohead lead singer Thom Yorke (vocals, guitars, and piano), Red Hot Chili Peppers bassist Flea (bass guitar), longtime Radiohead producer Nigel Godrich (keyboards, synths), Joey Waronker of Beck and R.E.M. (drums), and Brazilian instrumentalist Mauro Refosco (percussion). Their debut album, Amok, became available for streaming on February 18, 2013, and was released on February 25, 2013.
Girls Against Boys is a post-hardcore band, originally forming in washington dc in 1988 and currently based in new york city. The group began as a side project of Eli Janney and Fugazi drummer Brendan Canty. Canty soon left the project and by 1991 Janney had gone on to recruit three former members of D.C. hardcore punk group Soulside - Scott McCloud, Johnny Temple, and Alexis Fleisig - to complete the line-up.
Jason Peercy (Vocals/Programming)
Doug Jones (Guitar)
Ray Massery (Bass)
Nick Jones (Keyboards/Vocals)
David Goldyn (Drums/Percussion)
What is it about Rome that transformed Maxxx and N0emi into total human-defective hybrids? This… we may never know! In 2004, it was decided that a drastic lobotomy was a last resort to eradicate their chronic allergy to the world’s pathetic artificiality. It was the drive on an immense self-destructive instinct that led both Italian artists to erase their nu-metal past and to give birth to the Electro-Alienating Beat Rock band known as…HELALYN FLOWERS.
Head of David was an experimental industrial/stoner band of the late 1980s that featured vocalist Stephen R. Burroughs, ex-Napalm Death member Justin Broadrick (later of Godflesh and Jesu), and David Cochrane (Sweet Tooth, God, Ice, touring bassist for Jesu). Fear Factory covered the Head of David song Dog Day Sunrise on their album Demanufacture.
The Young Gods are an electronic/industrial band, formed in Switzerland in 1985. Current and past members include Franz Treichler (lead vocals), Alain Monod (a.k.a Al Comet) and Cesare Pizzi (keyboards) and Frank Bagnoud, Use Hiestand and Bernard Trontin (drums). They are generally considered to have been about 20 years ahead of their times, generating music that could still be considered on the bleeding edge today (due to the reliance on samples and sequencers, their concerts sound pretty much the same today as they did then).
Bella Morte (Italian for "beautiful death") is a gothic band that was formed in 1996 in Charlottesville, Virginia by Andy Deane and Gopal Metro. Their music incorporates elements of metal, darkwave, deathrock, alternative, and synthpop. By combining electronics, graveyard ballads, emotive storytelling and unique guitar riffs, Bella Morte have developed a style that is solely their own, which is aided by the talents of Andy Deane, who studied opera for five years to strengthen his vocal capabilities.
Def FX, fronted by media darling and practicing Wiccan Fiona Horne and visual artist Sean Lowry, are an electronic-metal-pop group from Australia. The band were active from 1990 till their dissolution in 1997. They toured extensively and released several critically-acclaimed EPs on independent label Phantom Records (later collected together on the album Baptism) before their 1992 album debut, Light Speed Collision on EMI, which featured the singles Space Time Disco and No Time for Nowhere.