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When the come to mind of industrial rock arrived more than three decades ago, KMFDM was there. The industrial scene has gone through innumerable changes over the years. Many bands in the genre have risen, fallen and ceased to exist. Fortunately, KMFDM is not one of
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Cacophonic, confrontational, and controversial, industrial music first emerged in the mid-1970s around bands and performance groups who combined avant-garde electronic music with the galling attitude and style of punk rock. In its early days, bands such as Throbbing Gristle and Cabaret Voltaire produced a genuinely primary form of music bent on recontextualizing the signs and methods of cultural authority in an attempt to liberate listeners from the trappings of modernity. But, as industrial music took on more and more elements of favoured music over the course of the 1980s it slowly abandoned its mission. By the mid-1990s, it was seen as simply another style of pop music, and had ironically fallen into the trappings it sought by its remarkably existence to destroy. In Assimilate, S. Alexander Reed provides the first ever critical history of this fascinating and enigmatic genre tracing industrial music's track from Throbbing Gristle's founding of the record label Industrial Music in 1976, to its peak in popularity on the back of the band Nine Inch Nails in the mid-1990s, and owing to its decline to the present day. Through a series of revealing explorations of works spanning the entirety of industrial music's past, and drawing on far-flung interviews with musicians, record label owners, DJs, and concert promoters, Reed paints a thorough historical picture that includes not only the bands, but the structures that supported them, and the scenes they created. In so doing, he reveals an open story of an ideological disintegration and its aftermath. The definitive text on the genre, Assimilate is essential reading for fans of industrial music, and scholars and students of favoured music alike.
Nivek Ogre (born Kevin Graham Ogilvie December 5, 1962) is a Canadian musician, play artist and actor best known as a founding member of the industrial music ...
Kevin 'ohGr' Ogilvie, Actor: Repo! ... The Author (as Nivek Ogre) 2010 2001 Maniacs: Field of Screams Harper Alexander (as Nivek Ogre) 2008 Repo!
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