Solitary Experiments formed in 1994 as a collaboration between Dennis Schober and Michael Thieleman, who had briefly collaborated before as 'Plague'. The following years saw occasional live shows and the release of a couple of demo tapes before the song 'God, Where Are You?' from the 'New Violent Breed' compilation in 1999, which would become a hit in their native Germany as well as Holland and the USA. Their debut album 'Final Approach' was released on Machinery later that year.
A failed laboratory experiment in the Bio-weapons division of the military-industrial complex known as ManCorp, mysteriously transformed mild-mannered lab technician Pete Plus+ into the SHEMALE a hybrid humanoid robot. In an attempt to cover their tracks, ManCorp decided to destroy SHEMALE, so the secrets of their sinister experiments would remain unknown, but SHEMALE escaped, and went into hiding in a subterranean cave system beneath a metropolis in the North-East of England called Newcastle-upon-Tyne.
Bone-crunching beats, apocalyptical electro hymns and very energetic live appearances. Hailing from Germany's real industrial heartland, the former coal and steel centers of the Ruhr area, [:SITD:] made a name for itself a while ago, and can be counted amongst the most acclaimed electronic projects of the present international club scene. [:SITD:] was formed in spring 1996, the members are Carsten Jacek (Vocals, Lyrics), Thomas ‘Tom’ Lesczenski (Music, Programming, Backing vocals) and Francesco ‘Frank’ D’Angelo (Keys).
"NorthBorne" is all about electronic experiments, electronic beats, happiness, aggression, pleasure from pain and monotone grooves. All programming and production by Christian Lund, who also has been playing with Icon Of Coil since 2000. Additional production and programming by Alexander Coucheron Jarl. NorthBorne is signed to Out Of Line Records in Germany, and the debut EP was released as a bonus disc on the ever popular Out of Line sampler "Industrial for the Masses vol. 3" in August 2006.
 Belgian pioneers of ebm and minimalist electro-industrial. Also known as The Klinik. See also Dive, Sonar, Monolith. In 1985, Verhaeghen joined forces with two other bands, Absolute Body Control (with Dirk Ivens and Eric van Wonterghem), and "The Maniacs" (Sandy Nys) to form one "super group" Absolute Controlled Clinical Maniacs. This rather unwieldy name was soon dropped in favour of the shorter name "The Klinik". Nys soon left the band to form Hybryds, followed in 1987 by van Wonterghem, leaving The Klinik as the "classic" duo of Dirk Ivens and Marc Verhaeghen.
In the beginning of the 90s Tyske Ludder set the course for their work as pioneers in the european EBM and Dark-Electro scene. Coming up from the New-Wave and New-Romantic scene they developed very early their meditations on the predominance of technology in our society. Nightmare-like visions of the then-raging war in Yugoslavia as well as the recurring military enforcement of the United States' claim for world domination represent the other thematic constant.
From his start in 1990, Adam (brother of Frankie Bones) has always stayed on the cutting edge of electronic music. Never restricting himself to just one particular style of techno, Adam’s continuously evolving sound has progressed from the darker moods of early Belgian, German, UK, and Detroit techno, to a harder, more uptempo and futuristic acid sound (often performed live with former partner Jimmy Crash). By the time the acid sound had reached its peak in popularity in 1994, Adam had already moved on to a more stripped-down, minimal approach in his DJing and productions.
Necro Facility consists of Oscar Holter, who writes the music and plays all the instruments, the vocalist Henrik B