Front Line Assembly

Formed 1986 in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Front Line Assembly was the best known of the various electronic music projects undertaken by the prolific Vancouver-based duo of Bill Leeb (vocals, synthesizers), Rhys Fulber (synthesizers, samplers) and Michael Balch after Leeb left Skinny Puppy.

Cubanate played their first UK tour in November 1992 supporting left-field UK techno duo Sheep on Drugs. The group signed to Berlin's Dynamica Records shortly afterwards. Rayner and Etheridge departed after the first Machinery single, Body Burn (1993). The pair were replaced by Julian Beeston (ex - Nitzer Ebb drummer).
In May 1994 the Metal EP was Single of the Week in Melody Maker magazine and later that year Cubanate received media attention when they were weirdly paired with Carcass for what turned out to be a notoriously violent UK tour ending in death threats to Heal and an on-air confrontation on the Radio One Rock Show with Bruce Dickinson[1]. The second album Cyberia (1995) spawned the hit single Oxyacetylene, generally considered Cubanate's creative peak. Oxyacetylene featured on the 1996 compilation album Mortal Kombat: More Kombat and was later used as the theme tune of the best-selling 1998 Sony PlayStation game Gran Turismo.
For live work around the Cyberia tour the band hired Shep Ashton on guitar and Darren Bennett on keyboards. After '96 Ashton and Bennett were replaced by Roddy Stone (currently fronting UK metal act Viking Skull) and David Bianchi (who later went on to become manager of rock bands The Enemy and Boy Kill Boy).
The third album, Barbarossa 1996 continued the industrial metal format, and despite being name-checked as influences by bands such as The Prodigy[citation needed] the group clearly decided a change was needed.
Signed in the U.S. to Wax Trax! Recordings for the act's fourth and final album to date, Interference (1998) was a departure from Cubanate's earlier techno experiments with a strong drum and bass influence that alienated some of their traditionalist fans but was heralded as revelatory by others. The album was co-produced by Rhys Fulber. However, Interference proved to be the band's swansong.
Although the act is not very well known outside the industrial scene, Cubanate had a brief vogue in heavy metal circles. Body Burn and Oxyacetylene were both Single of the Week in UK rock weekly Kerrang! and a number of early nu metal acts have cited Cubanate as an influence.
Sometimes referred to as "the last industrial band"[by whom?], no new material has been released by Cubanate since 1998, and the band has not performed live since December 1999, although bootlegs of the unfinished album "Search Engine" have surfaced.
Apart from Oxyacetylene, three other Cubanate songs were used on the Gran Turismo PlayStation game and the single Body Burn can be heard at length in episode eighty two of The Sopranos, first aired in May 2007 during the final season of the show.

Adrian H & The Wounds

Adrian H and The Wounds have a sound that is sinfully soulful and reminiscent of a night
in a dark room full of hallucinations, secrets, and song. Adrian's voice and lyrics cut like
a straight edge. He evokes impassioned stories of tragic love, lost faith and twisted
taboos.

With the talented backing of The Wounds and his trusty piano by his side,
Adrian H and The Wounds have crafted a unique style that transcends
through their live performance guiding their audience down a path into a
bitter world of surreal poignant storytelling.

Adrian H and The Wounds have finished recording their much anticipated
sophomore album entitled 'Dog Solitude', scheduled to be released in North America on
July 3, 2012 on Projekt Records and in Europe on Danse Macabre Records.
This new album will feature the popular underground club hit singles 'That Hurts'
and 'Dog Solitude'. Their music has been recently been featured in the
films 'The Ultimate Ride' and 'Brutal Beauty-Tales Of The Rose City Rollers'.

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