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There is more than one known artist who once went under the name Covenant:
1. Swedish electronic act Covenant was started by a group of friends in Helsingborg in western Sweden. Eskil Simonsson, Joakim Montelius, and Clas Nachmanson inspired by bands like Kraftwerk, The Human League, and by EBM pioneers Front 242 and Nitzer Ebb.
In university life in Lund southeast of Helsingborg they assembled a small recording studio in Nachmanson's bedroom and began to experiment with their own musical compositions. In 1989, the name "Covenant" was selected for the group, the name derived from the spiritual bond the trio professes to share.
Their first publicly-released track "The Replicant", was made by invitation of Swedis...
Iszoloscope is an industrial band from Aylmer, Quebec, Canada, currently based in Montreal, formed in 1999 by CHUO 89.1 FM (the University of Ottawa's radio station) DJs Yann Faussurier and François Bénard, creating heavily processed ambience and bristling noisy beats. Iszoloscope pushes the abstract conceptualization of isolation and its induced altered states of consciousness into a powerful, ominous, and immersive dark sonic aesthetic that can be called its very own, creating a seamless fusion of industrial, electro-acoustic, ambient, rhythmic noise, psy-trance and break-core.
Yann Faussurier underwent a lot of introspection before arriving at the sinister, squalling noise he now produces, dismissive of any mainstream music...
Black Nail Cabaret is a Hungarian synth-pop-rock duo from Budapest. Formed in 2005, the group consists of Emke (vocals) and Sophie (keyboards). The two describe their style as visual synthpop or synth noir, not to mention the experimental tone of some of their songs.
They’ve started to perform as dancers together at the biggest local industrial/cyber party series called Kollektíva, and in 2005 they’ve formed a small theatre group called Art Macabre with 7 members, for bringing the horror genre to life on stage. They’ve performed on dark/goth events, and had two succesful self-organized shows in the Merlin Theatre, Budapest. That’s where the idea of a theatrical musical project came from.
Soffy plays the piano since...