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Hocico is a Mexican dark electro band. The band was officially formed in Mexico City, Mexico in 1993 by Erk Aicrag (lyrics & vocals) and Racso Agroyam (programming), but both cousins had been making electronic music since they were fifteen years old. The names are anagrams of the real names Erik Garcia and Oscar Mayorga.
Their music can be described as dark and aggressive electronica or more specifically as aggrotech. The lyrics are commonly in English, however, they are sometimes in Spanish.
Their logo is a six legged spider with an H on its back.
The Spanish word Hocico (pronounced "Oseeko") means snout and is a derogatory term that indicates ugliness (i.e., ugly as a dog's snout).
Tyske Ludder is a EBM / industrial / Dark Electro band formed in Lower Saxony, Germany in 1989.
The phrase Tyske Ludder directly translated means "German whore" in Danish and Norwegian and was used in those countries to describe a native woman that was romantically involved with a German soldier during World War II.
In the beginning of the 90s Tyske Ludder set the course for their work as pioneers in the european EBM and Dark-Electro scene. Coming up from the New-Wave and New-Romantic scene they developed very early their meditations on the predominance of technology in our society. Nightmare-like visions of the then-raging war in Yugoslavia as well as the recurring military enforcement of the United States' claim for world dom...
Necro Facility consists of Oscar Holter, who writes the music and plays all the instruments, the vocalist Henrik Bäckström, who also writes all the lyrics and finally Cristopher Hedström a session player.
The band started in 2001 when both Oscar and Henrik were in the Swedish "Högstadie", 14 and 15 years old.
They released their first demo in february 2001. They released 2 more demos before getting signed to Progress productions. They released their debut "The black paintings" in 2005.
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"Since S.P.O.C.K left their home planet Vulcan in 1988, the country of Sweden has been their permanent Earth base. With electronic sounds, brilliant melodies and science fiction inspired lyrics, S.P.O.C.K has produced some of the most astonishing space-pop ever in this galaxy. By performing frequently at clubs, Star Trek conventions, festivals etc. these popular aliens have built up a huge following of fanatic fans. Stunning live performances and underground club hits like "Never Trust A Klingon", "Astrogirl", "E.T. Phone Home", "Dr. McCoy" and "Where Rockets Fly" have made S.P.O.C.K a cult phenomenon in northern Europe. " Read more on Last.fm . User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional term...
Code 64 was formed 2000 in a little town called Lysekil located on the westcoast of Sweden by the three teenagers Christian Espeland, Hans-Olof Mattsson and Henrik Piehl. In 2003 they were signed by the small Norwegian label "Angel productions". The work of their debut "Storm" were in progress and was finished later the same year. Their debut album quickly sold out and Code 64 started to build a steady ground and a fan base.
They continued to make more music and in 2005 they switched label to the Swedish
"Memento Materia" who had released many great artists through out the years.
And the work on "Departure" began. This time the sound had evolved even more and matured since "Storm" and when it was released it...