Flesh Field was an electro-industrial band formed in 1996 by Ian Ross in Columbus, Ohio. Rian Miller joined the band in 1997 to
contribute female vocals and together they released 2 albums, 1999's "Viral Extinction" and 2001's "Belief Control". Rian has left
the band late 2003 and has since been replaced by another female vocalist, Wendy Yanko and Flesh Field's 3rd album, "Strain",
was released in November of 2004. The name Flesh Field is an unofficial term Ian Ross came up with to describe the
psychological defense mechanisms of rape survivors. In 2011, Flesh Field released their 4th and final album, "Tyranny of the
Majority", and disbanded soon afterwards.