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Thought Industry

Thought Industry are from Kalamazoo, MI. and were discovered by ex-Metallica bass player Jason Newsted during one ofThought Industry's live shows. Jason liked them so much that he called the owner of his old band's (Flotsam and Jetsam) formerlabel, Metal Blade Records, and got them signed. From the beginning Thought Industry established itself as one of the mostdaring and unpredictable bands playing progressive metal. They threw in more influences and styles into each song then anythree other bands. Throughout all their albums, their music remained highly original, staunchly non-commercial, and, byextension, was only ever embraced by a very selective audience.

Similar Bands: Faith No More, Galactic Cowboys, Doom (JPN), Psychotic Waltz, Voivod

LPs
Short Wave on a Cold Day
2001

4.1
57 Votes
Black Umbrella
1997

3.6
28 Votes
Outer Space Is Just a Martini Away
1996

3.6
33 Votes
Mods Carve the Pig
1993

4.2
136 Votes
Songs for Insects
1992

4.1
91 Votes
EPs
Thought Industry
1990

3.4
5 Votes
Compilations
Recruited to Do Good Deeds for the Devil
1998

2.5
4 Votes

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