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    Industrial/EBM thread

    There's probably only going to be 4-5 people posting in here (hey Razor and LachesisVII) but let's share some gems.

    Anyway I just bought M.i.a.B's last album, I've only listened to it once and it might not be as good as the previous ones..

    There's nothing on youtube yet and grooveshark is down for maintenance, so I'm just gonna post some classics from their previous albums instead

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    Some older stuff by a band that stopped existing in 2004 or so.. their 2 albums are fantastic, there's so many great tracks that I would want to post them all

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    Quote Originally Posted by Don Pellegrino View Post
    There's probably only going to be 4-5 people posting in here (hey Razor and LachesisVII) but let's share some gems.

    Anyway I just bought M.i.a.B's last album, I've only listened to it once and it might not be as good as the previous ones..

    There's nothing on youtube yet and grooveshark is down for maintenance, so I'm just gonna post some classics from their previous albums instead

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    Listened to all three, generally enjoyed.

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    Tommi Stumpff - Lobotomie



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    I've got about a million songs I could post in this thread. I'll start with a breadth selection rather than a depth selection; try to capture a variety of sounds present in the EBM/Industrial world by touching on most of the key players from the late 90s and early 2000s. Honestly I haven't kept up too much with what I'd call fourth-generation industrial/EBM (e.g. Combichrist, Ariya, Imperative Reaction, etc). Please also note that the genre includes a very wide variety of sounds, but it is fundamentally dance music.


    Most of this stuff is pretty much straight up the middle of first and second-generation "EBM". It isn't particularly industrial. This covers, roughly, 1990-2000. This list also includes some bands that would consider themselves synthpop rather than EBM, but still.

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    Most of these bands inspired some pretty good third-generation stuff. Started coming out around 2001, 2002.

















    Now, around the time EBM started developing into the stuff I posted above, Industrial was going through kind of a transformation. Industrial started with stuff like Einsturzende Neubauten and Throbbing Gristle in the early 80s. Strictly mechanical, often abstract, very much not the kind of thing you'd play at a nightclub. However, as synthesizer technology evolved, some artists wanted to hold onto the harsher sound. Thus you get the other side of EBM (also sometimes known as electro-industrial. it might say something that almost all of these guys are German.















    This has evolved into what's known as "Aggrotech". The band Icon of Coil (posted above) reformed as Combichrist, and is kind of getting some popular exposure.







    There are a few bands which are outliers. They're in the genre, but don't quite fit for some reason, mostly because they lean a bit towards rock or goth music.













    Speaking of Rock, there is of course the subgenre of Industrial Rock. The mainstream examples of this would be Rammstein and Nine Inch Nails, but arguably it started with KMFDM. This is the only style of industrial music to ever gain any kind of widespread exposure.







    Also, some early bands that don't really fit in well above:








    There's also my girlfriend's band.





    That's a pretty good primer on the genre. If you guys tell me what you like, from this, I can provide some more in-depth collections of songs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Don Pellegrino View Post
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    Two first were okay, loved the last one.

    Is there some decent internet radio for this stuff? Collecting / managing a playlist is way too much effort (ive been streaming ah.fm for basicaly the last three years).

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    Quote Originally Posted by sokken View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Don Pellegrino View Post
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    Two first were okay, loved the last one.

    Is there some decent internet radio for this stuff? Collecting / managing a playlist is way too much effort (ive been streaming ah.fm for basicaly the last three years).
    Razor posted http://ebm-radio.com in irc the other day, but I personally prefer to just amass a huge quantity of music and make my own lists.

    Here's a playlist I made a long time ago, there's not a large "spread" of bands, so sometimes there's 2 songs by the same band in a row, but it was an experiment to get some kind of flow going.
    http://grooveshark.com/#/playlist/EBM+number+1/42254878

    Also you can just type 'ebm' in LastFM and skip when there's a song that you don't like.

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    This is the best thread on FHC









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    Thanks for the suggestions. Will try them (and the others here) when Im done looping mind.in.a.box - amnesia

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    Industrial thread? Huzzah.

    Nitzer Ebb and Die Krupps - Machineries of Joy


    Laibach - Life is Life (best. cover. ever)


    Wumpscut - Golgotha


    KMFDM - Megalomaniac live at the Rickshaw, Vancouver. Terrible sound quality but it was far better live
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    Vidya's and awesome
    Epic post Lachesis. I'm not sure where I fall here, I really like Mind.In.A.Box (Love the new album, at a minimum better than RETRO IMO), Rotersand, and Assemblage 23. I kinda like Combichrist...but...eh, I like their remixes of other songs more than their own work (noticed it first listening to a remix of 'The Azoic'). Anyways, yeh, contribution time, crossposting this one from reddit:






    I really like the track, as well as the album. Also, album is free. DL link: http://music.vampirefreaks.com/downl...bum.php?id=394



    Edit:
    There's a trailer for the new miab album on youtube. Adding it since I thought it was pretty slick.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sokken View Post
    Thanks for the suggestions. Will try them (and the others here) when Im done looping mind.in.a.box - amnesia
    I think we've all been through that.

    Quote Originally Posted by Elriche Oshego
    Laibach - Life is Life (best. cover. ever)
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PIVgRGsRvdQ
    I lol'd

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    Yay for industrial stuff. I will get MIAB.

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    I'll kick it old school. Its not the original recording, which doesn't feature on utube, but it's nice to see they are still around.

    meh

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