|There's an industrial band called 16Volt. There first four albums were on labels that no longer exist so the band made them available for free:|
I'd start with SCN V2.0 and then work through the other discs if you like what you hear.
|Some industrial-metal, coldwave etc.|
KMFDM - everything from Naive to Symbols, at least get Nihil
Skinny Puppy - Too Dark Park
Godflesh - Streetcleaner, Pure
Flesh Field - Strain
Acumen Nation - Psycho The Rapist
Numb - Wasted Sky, Blood Meridian
branching out into stranger territories, some first wave, cross-genre stuff -
Foetus - Hole, Nail, Thaw, then branch out from there
Throbbing Gristle - 20 Jazz Funk Greats, The Second Annual Report
Cabaret Voltaire - Mix-Up, The Voice of America
Clock DVA - Buried Dreams
Front 242 - Front By Front
Laibach - Opus Dei
Einstürzende Neubauten - Kollaps, 1/2 Mensch (sometimes called Halber Mensch)
Chrome - Half Machine Lip Moves
88MM - Motions of the Spinning Black Sun
Chris and Cosey - Heartbeat
Die Krupps - Volle Kraft Voraus
Boyd Rice & Frank Tovey - Easy Listening For The Hard of Hearing
getting into noise a bit -
SPK - Information Overload Unit, Leichenschrei
Prurient - Shipwrecker's Diary, Black Vase
Brethren - Savage Inequalities
Whitehouse - Great White Death
Genocide Organ - Leichenlinie
Brighter Death Now - Obsessis, Innerwar
|1 - amazing industrial double album. one of the best albums of all time imo and NIN's best.|
2 - Great disc. shows mansons glam influence and has some great tracks. "Coma White" in particular
5 - This album is amazing, but hard to listen to sometimes. One of the greatest Industrial albums ever as well
6 - I love this album. I hope Borland releases a follow up soon. Just about every track in enjoyable
8 - This counts as industrial? Oh well.....still fun to listen to every now and then
13 - Classic. Manson at his best. Reznors influence is all over this album, and thats not particuarl a bad thing.
20 - I used to like this album, but it got really boring after a few listens. Static-X is pretty much hit-or-miss for me.
I havent heard some of these yet, particuarly Fear Factory. Good list though.
|also I forgot to add Ministry to that list, get The Land of Rape and Honey, The Mind is A Terrible Thing to Taste and Psalm 69 at least.|
|nice list man, I just discovered Fear Factory a couple of days ago and these guys just rape my face. Check out:|
Turmion Katilot - Hoitovirhe
Crossbreed - New Slave Nation
Ventana - American Survival guide Vol.1
Sixstitch - The Collapse Of American Dreams (not exactly industrial, more like alt.metal with break-beat electronics)
Dope - Felons & Revolutionaries
|Wow. Thanks for all the recs. I guess I'd have to take a week free off work to catch up with all these albums. |
From what you've mentioned, I forgot to put Godflesh on the list. Nobody's perfect. I know Streetcleaner and Hymns and they are both awesome albums. Also, I totally missed Polish band Neuma and their amazing debut, but they aren't even in the database here so that doesn't count. ;) I'd say if you like Godflesh, go and check out Neuma. It's easy: they have a video on youtube.
I've also heard some stuff from KMFDM, but don't like them very much. Acumen Nation is solid, I'm still getting into them. Definitely have to check out Skinny Puppy and Ministry's older stuff. Numb and 16Volt also sound tempting.
|BassDemon333: Static-X are indeed pretty hit-or-miss. I do enjoy Start A War though. You should definitely listen to some other albums listed. For example, Pitchshifter were totally awesome.|
metalstyles15: I only know Dope out of these bands and their last album is decent. Yeah. Fear Factory have pretty straight-forward mechanical feel. You will enjoy Neuma, Godflesh, Pitchshifter, CiLiCe and The Tea Party album for sure.
|I already know of Godflesh and i like Pitchshifter. I'll check out Neuma and CiliCe for sure. Do youself a favour and at least check ouit Crossbreed and Ventana, although, i would suggest them all ;)|
|Check out ''Det Finns Bara Krig'' by Raubtier.|
and here's CiLiCe:
Apartment 26 (kind of catchier):