KMFDM

Sascha Konietzko Wearing His Mohawk

KMFDM is a German industrial metal group formed on February 29, 1984 to perform as part of the opening of an exhibition of young European artists in the Grand Palais of Paris. KMFDM is an acronym for the deliberately nonsensical and grammatically incorrect German phrase Kein Mehrheit Für Die Mitleid (No Pity For The Majority).… Continue reading KMFDM

DJ? Acucrack

DJ? Acucrack Rocking It Before Fans

DJ? Acucrack is an electronic music duo based in Chicago, Illinois. It is a side project of the Acumen Nation group and belongs to the Crack Nation record label. The group consists of Jason Novak and Jamie Duffy, frontman and guitarist of Acumen Nation. DJ? Acucrack Discography: Nation State EP (1997) Mutants of Sound (1998)… Continue reading DJ? Acucrack

Bloodshoteye

Headbanging Jessica Desjardins in Black and White

Bloodshoteye hails from Leamington in Ontario – one of Canada’s southernmost towns. Formed in 2001, they were joined by Jessica Desjardins in 2002, with whom the band gained a stable lineup and sound. In the fall of 2003, Bloodshoteye recorded their debut CD titled “Without Any Remorse“, featuring Randy Blythe of Lamb of God as… Continue reading Bloodshoteye

GWAR

Outlines of GWAR Members Against Stage Lights

GWAR is a satirical thrash metal, hardcore punk and shock rock band formed in 1985 by artists and musicians from Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, Virginia. The band is known for their elaborate costumes inspired by science fiction and horror films, as well as harsh, obscene, mostly politically incorrect texts. Their appearance at concerts and… Continue reading GWAR

All That Remains

Philip Labonte's Signature Beard Trim

All That Remains is a metalcore band from Springfield, Massachusetts. All That Remains was originally a side project by Philip Labonte when he was singing for the band Shadows Fall. However, when he was replaced by Brian Fair, he focused entirely on All That Remains. The debut album Behind Silence and Solitude was released on… Continue reading All That Remains

Dying Fetus

Long Haired Headbanging Singer

Dying Fetus is an American death metal band from Annapolis, which was founded in 1991. Their lyrics are about politics, violence and religion, and used to be interspersed with gore elements. In 1995 the first official album Infatuation with Malevolence was self-released and a tour through the eastern United States soon followed. In 1996 the… Continue reading Dying Fetus

Imperative Reaction

The Tongue Gesture

Imperative Reaction is an American electro-industrial band, active in the gothic scene since 1996. The band was founded in 1996 by Ted Phelps and David Andrecht, two former members of the band D.N.A (Digital Neural Assault). After three years spent searching for their own technical style to suit the tastes of the band members, in… Continue reading Imperative Reaction

Icon of Coil

Great Shot of Andy LaPlegua

Icon of Coil is a Norwegian futurepop and EBM group. The band emerged as a solo project by Andy LaPlegua of the Combichrist fame, who teamed up with Sector 9 founder (currently oo Moonitor and Zombie Girl) Sebastian Komor to perform live. With the release of Shallow Nation, the band’s first single, Komor joined the… Continue reading Icon of Coil

Deicide

Glen Benton Screaming to Song

Deicide (meaning “god murder“) is a death metal band from the USA. It was founded in 1987 in Florida. Deicide first published the two demo recordings Feasting the Beast (1987) and Sacrificial (1989) under the name Amon. In 1989 the band was renamed Deicide and in 1990 they released their self-titled debut album. The successor… Continue reading Deicide

Cryptopsy

Lord Worm Prepares to Drink from Chalice of Blood

Cryptopsy is a Canadian death metal band from Montreal. The band name is made up of the terms cryptic and autopsy. The band plays brutal and technically very demanding death metal. The band was founded in 1988 under the name Necrosis. It appeared for the first time in 1992 and changed its name to Cryptopsy… Continue reading Cryptopsy