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Anyone into Industrial music? Please answer this question

Drunk commies
29-01-2005, 20:10
Which of these bands fall under the label industrial?
Ministry
KMFDM
Rammstein
Tool
NIN
Marilyn Manson
White Zombie
Mutant Dogs 3
29-01-2005, 20:14
*Shakes head in shame*
Drunk commies
29-01-2005, 20:18
*blasts Ministry's "Jesus built my hotrod" loud enough to drive away mutant dogs*
Mutant Dogs 3
29-01-2005, 20:21
*blasts Ministry's "Jesus built my hotrod" loud enough to drive away mutant dogs*

*Cranks up Bohemian Rhapsody*
Drunk commies
29-01-2005, 20:22
*pokes out his eardrums with a sharp pencil*
Are you happy now?
Keruvalia
29-01-2005, 20:24
I gotta go with KMFDM on this one. That chick rocks.
Drunk commies
29-01-2005, 20:25
I gotta go with KMFDM on this one. That chick rocks.
I agree, but are the rest industrial or no? I'm always confused as to what bands define Industrial.
Keruvalia
29-01-2005, 20:28
I agree, but are the rest industrial or no? I'm always confused as to what bands define Industrial.

I'd say no on Tool and White Zombie. They're more hard rock. After Downward Spiral, NIN started to get a little too chippie, but I guess they would still technically qualify. The rest, nod, very industrial.
Drunk commies
29-01-2005, 20:30
I'd say no on Tool and White Zombie. They're more hard rock. After Downward Spiral, NIN started to get a little too chippie, but I guess they would still technically qualify. The rest, nod, very industrial.
Thanks. Do you listen to this stuff?
Mutant Dogs 3
29-01-2005, 20:30
Thunderbolt Of Lightnight Very Very Frightning Me
Gnostikos
29-01-2005, 20:35
After Downward Spiral, NIN started to get a little too chippie, but I guess they would still technically qualify.
It really depends on the song. They have some industrial stuff, but they also have some non-industrial music. And yes, Tool is certainly not industrial at all, though they do have some songs that could qualify, they as a band should not be considered to produce industrial music.
Keruvalia
29-01-2005, 20:36
Thanks. Do you listen to this stuff?

Yep! Have since high school. :)
Drunk commies
29-01-2005, 20:38
Cool. I only discovered it about four years ago. None of my friends listen to it. Luckily my musical tastes are varied enough to appreciate their music too.
Hodensack
30-01-2005, 13:45
Which of these bands fall under the label industrial?
Ministry
KMFDM
Rammstein
Tool
NIN
Marilyn Manson
White Zombie

Ministry have been at times, KMFDM I'd say yes, NIN used to be, Rammstein first and second albums maybe, Tool kinda went in that direction but I wouldn't go there, Marilyn Manson would be a no, White Zombie remix album of AstroCreep 2000 had the sound to it maybe.....


ANYONE REMEMBER SKINNY PUPPY OR FRONT 242!!!!
Neo-Anarchists
30-01-2005, 13:47
Which of these bands fall under the label industrial?
Ministry yes
KMFDM yes
Rammstein yes
Tool no
NIN yes
Marilyn Manson guess so
White Zombie no

That's my opinion.
Neo-Anarchists
30-01-2005, 13:48
ANYONE REMEMBER SKINNY PUPPY OR FRONT 242!!!!
Yes, why?
Hodensack
30-01-2005, 13:51
Yes, why?




Cuz that was some great stuff.
Glitziness
30-01-2005, 13:55
KMFDM definitly, my fave Industrial band.

Ministry, NIN and Rammstein... at times maybe. I like NIN and Minstry,

Marilyn Manson no. And I hate him. Awful teen 'goff' poseur singer.

Tool, no but I do love them.

And I don't know White Zombie.

And whoever mentioned Skinny Puppy, I like them too. Along with Throbbing Gristle.
Swimmingpool
30-01-2005, 14:29
I like Einst├╝rzende Neubauten, a German industrial band. They're so industrial that they use factory equipment rather than real instruments!

Thunderbolt Of Lightnight Very Very Frightning Me
Please stop spamming about Bohemian Rhapsody. It's not even the best Queen song.
Neo-Anarchists
30-01-2005, 15:10
I like Einst├╝rzende Neubauten, a German industrial band. They're so industrial that they use factory equipment rather than real instruments!
Yay EN!


On an unrelated note...
Have you seen Industrial 101 (http://www.sonic-boom.com/industrial/)?
It's hilarious!
Swimmingpool
30-01-2005, 15:53
Yay EN!


On an unrelated note...
Have you seen Industrial 101 (http://www.sonic-boom.com/industrial/)?
It's hilarious!
No, even tho I like EN I'm no hardcore industrial fan. My friend who has a fetish for all German music just recently lent me Strategies Against Architecture 80-83.
Gnostikos
30-01-2005, 17:20
My friend who has a fetish for all German music just recently lent me Strategies Against Architecture 80-83.
Just the name alone sounds pretty awesome.
Neo-Anarchists
30-01-2005, 17:29
Just the name alone sounds pretty awesome.
The name of the band is awesome too. Einsturzende Neubauten translates as "New Buildings Collapsing". Or "Collapsing New Buildings", I don't know much about German sentence stucture.

No, even tho I like EN I'm no hardcore industrial fan. My friend who has a fetish for all German music just recently lent me Strategies Against Architecture 80-83.
Oh. I assumed you were, since not many people like EN. It's a bit...
Abrasive. Not many people enjoy that sort of stuff.
"Drawings of Patient O.T." is a good album too.
Johnistan
30-01-2005, 17:30
*Cranks up Bohemian Rhapsody*

*Also cranks Bohemian Rhapsody*
Neo-Anarchists
30-01-2005, 17:54
*Also cranks Bohemian Rhapsody*
*cranks up Einsturzende Neubauten*
Grr, I can still hear it!
*turns on a bunch of power tools*
*improvises over them with guitar*
There, covers up Queen very nicely, and it all blends perfectly with the E.N.
:D
Armed Bookworms
30-01-2005, 18:24
Syncs all three sets of Logitec Z680's on his Dorm floor and blasts Heaven and Hell by Black Sabbath.
Neo-Anarchists
30-01-2005, 18:25
Syncs all three sets of Logitec Z680's on his Dorm floor and blasts Heaven and Hell by Black Sabbath.
Ooh, this gives me an idea!
I'll play "Heaven and Hell" with a power drill!
*starts fiddling around with power drill*
Bolsania
30-01-2005, 19:45
Ministry have been at times, KMFDM I'd say yes, NIN used to be, Rammstein first and second albums maybe, Tool kinda went in that direction but I wouldn't go there, Marilyn Manson would be a no, White Zombie remix album of AstroCreep 2000 had the sound to it maybe.....


ANYONE REMEMBER SKINNY PUPPY OR FRONT 242!!!!
How about throbbing gristle?
Neo-Anarchists
30-01-2005, 19:48
How about throbbing gristle?
And Front Line Assembly?
Bolsania
30-01-2005, 19:52
And Front Line Assembly?
They suck, how about warmare?
Glitziness
30-01-2005, 19:54
How about throbbing gristle?

Great, one of the first industrial bands I got into.
Neo-Anarchists
30-01-2005, 19:55
They suck, how about warmare?
What, you don't like FLA?
:(
Hrm, I've never heard of Warmare. It seems you've trumped me in terms of industrial cred.
Bolsania
30-01-2005, 19:56
What, you don't like FLA?
:(
Hrm, I've never heard of Warmare. It seems you've trumped me in terms of industrial cred.
Oh yeah you have to check out "Wall of stone" by them, brrrr i'm deathly cold
Keruvalia
30-01-2005, 19:58
Cool. I only discovered it about four years ago. None of my friends listen to it. Luckily my musical tastes are varied enough to appreciate their music too.

Ah! Then it is essential you get CDs by Skinny Puppy, Foetus, Nitzer Ebb, Revolting Cocks, Front Line Assembly, and Throbbing Gristle. :) Pure industrial metal at its finest.
Neo-Anarchists
30-01-2005, 20:02
Ah! Then it is essential you get CDs by Skinny Puppy, Foetus, Nitzer Ebb, Revolting Cocks, Front Line Assembly, and Throbbing Gristle. :) Pure industrial metal at its finest.
What? No Front 242?
:(
"Headhunter" and "Welcome to Paradise" got me hooked on industrial.
Along with Front Line Assembly's "Caustic Grip" and "Gashed Senses & Crossfire" albums.
Keruvalia
30-01-2005, 20:04
What? No Front 242?


Also a good choice! (although up until Black Catalogue, they were kinda euro-trash)
Eichen
30-01-2005, 20:49
Which of these bands fall under the label industrial?
Ministry
KMFDM
Rammstein
Tool
NIN
Marilyn Manson
White ZombieBig Fan.
If we have to label these bands as "Real" Industrial, then here's the list I'd approve:
Ministry
KMFDM
NIN

That's it. The rest resemble metal bands with a lil' more synth thrown in than the usual fare. (Though TOOL really does elude description, and Marilyn's good, but definitely metal.)
The closest White Zombie ever came to industrial was having KMFDM remix Thunderkiss '65... they blow goats.
Eichen
30-01-2005, 20:55
Ah! Then it is essential you get CDs by Skinny Puppy, Foetus, Nitzer Ebb, Revolting Cocks, Front Line Assembly, and Throbbing Gristle. :) Pure industrial metal at its finest.
Hell yeah! After Nails, my favorite industrial band OAT is Skinny Puppy.