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Brighter Death Now is the personal project of Roger Karmanik. BDN was the original death industrial act, combining whitehouse-style walls of white noise with churning repetitive sounds and obscure subject matter.
The imagery involves death, obsession, child molestation, and psychosis. However, Karmanik never misses the opportunity to show the dark humorous side of his personality; his BDN persona switches between petulant spoiled-brat little girl and serial killer at the drop of a hat. Read more on Last.fm . User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.
1) Bloodline is a Swedish black metal band who utilize some industrial, dark ambient and electronic influences on their music. Their sound is cold and mechanically plodding due to their use of a drum machine, and their line-up is quite legendary: the band's main members are Sasrof (Diabolicum) and Wredhe (Ondskapt, Shining). Since its inception, the band has also featured members from other bands such as Setherial, Naglfar, Nattefrost, Carpathian Forest, and Aborym. They have released two EPs and two full-length albums.
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Power electronics / death industrial band from Sweden consisting of Erik Jarl and Martin Bladh.
Martin Bladh and Erik Jarl had already known eachother for a few years when they began their mission as IRM in 1997.
Fuelled by the rage of sonic power-houses like Whitehouse and Brighter Death Now, they recorded a demo tape that landed them a deal with Cold Meat Industry. Immediately upon its arrival, “The Red Album” was met by great enthusiasm as it breathed new life into a genre gone quite stagnant at the time. The sound displayed a unique amalgamation of Jarl’s analogue bass-heavy eruptions, and Bladh’s revelatory lyrics / vocals which were thematically more aligned with the apocalyptic preachings of Michael Gira than the conf...