Posted Mar 26, 2010
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  1. Wumpscut



    :wumpscut: (sometimes referred to as :w:, :wumpscut:/Rudy R., Wumpscut) is an electro-industrial music project from Germany. It was founded in May 1991 by Bavarian disc jockey Rudolf "Rudy" Ratzinger (born June 3, 1966).

  2. Velvet Acid Christ

    Velvet Acid Christ


    Velvet Acid Christ (VAC) is an electro-industrial band based in Denver, Colorado. The band was formed in 1990 by lead vocalist, musician, and producer Bryan Erickson, and later featured various ex-members of Toxic Coma. The project gained limited popularity in Europe's underground nightclub scene during the mid-1990s with the compilation Church of Acid (1996) before expanding into other markets in the goth and industrial subcultures. The band's discography includes 13 albums, the latest being Dire Land (2015).

  3. 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.

  4. Leaether Strip

    Leaether Strip


    Leæther Strip is a Danish musical project founded on January 13, 1988 by Claus Larsen. Its influence has been most felt in the electronic body music and electro-industrial genres. Leæther Strip was one of the earliest and most prominent acts on Germany's now defunct Zoth Ommog record label. For distribution outside of Europe, the music has been licensed to the U.S. labels Cleopatra Records and Metropolis Records. After the demise of Zoth Ommog in 1999, Larsen signed to Bloodline Records, which only released a single before also going out of business. In 2005 Leæther Strip signed with the Belgian based label Alfa Matrix. On June 3, 2011, Larsen announced his split from Alfa Matrix in order to self release future material.

  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. 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).

  7. Destroid



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  8. 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.

  9. 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.

  10. The Retrosic

    The Retrosic


    The Retrosic is a German Electro-Industrial project.

  11. Mentallo & The Fixer

    Mentallo & The Fixer


  12. Feindflug



    Feindflug is a controversial German electro-industrial band founded in 1995. Translated it corresponds in military use to the French/English word "sortie".

  13. 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.

  14. Amduscia



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

  15. Hocico



    Hocico (pronounced "Osziko") is a Mexican electro-industrial duo.

  16. X-Marks the Pedwalk

    X-Marks the Pedwalk


    X Marks the Pedwalk (sometimes written as X-Marks the Pedwalk) is a German band whose styles range from post-industrial dance to electronic body music. X Marks the Pedwalk’s influence in the industrial and electronic music scenes was considerable during the 1990s, as they were one of the first and most popular acts from the now defunct record label, Zoth Ommog.

  17. Suicide Commando

    Suicide Commando


    Suicide Commando is a Belgian electro-industrial act created by Johan van Roy in 1986.

  18. Imperative Reaction

    Imperative Reaction


    Imperative Reaction is an electro-industrial band founded in 1996 by Ted Phelps and David Andrecht from the remains of the band D.N.A.

  19. 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.

  20. 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.

  21. Informatik



    Informatik formerly known as Informätik is an electro-industrial/futurepop duo from Boston that was formed in 1993 and is represented by Metropolis Records in the US and Dependent Records in Europe. Band members currently reside in San Francisco area. Singer David Charles Spiegelman artist name Da5id Din has a solo project called din fiv. Tyler Newman has a number of additional projects, including Battery Cage and AEC, and was also a member of Stromkern. Both members are vegans and yoga practitioners, but do drink alcoholic beverages.

  22. Steril (band)

    Steril (band)


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  23. Digitalis Purpurea (band)

    Digitalis Purpurea (band)


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

  24. Heimataerde



    Heimatærde is a German electro-industrial band with a medieval motif. It is a solo project by DJ Ash.

  25. In Strict Confidence

    In Strict Confidence


    In Strict Confidence is a German electro-industrial band. Formed in 1989/1990, they were known as Seal of Secrecy until 1992. In Strict Confidence has been signed to several record labels, including Metropolis Records and WTII Records.

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