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These are the "metal" bands of the EBM/industrial world. If you like metal and are interested in EBM/industrial music then check out these groups and you are sure to find something in here you like. If you know of other aggrotech/EBM/industrial artists/groups that I haven't listed please recommend so I can look them up and add them to this list.

Created by: psykometal | 18.09.2011



1. Aesthetic Perfection - aggrotech
2. Aganoize - aggrotech
3. The Algorithm - electronic djent-step?
4. Alien Vampires - blackened aggrotech
5. Amduscia - aggrotech
6. Aslan Faction - aggrotech
7. Blutengel - industrial
8. Combichrist - aggrotech, EBM
9. Dawn of Ashes - aggrotech (early), Melodic black/death metal (now)
10. Derma-Tek - aggrotech
11. Dulce Liquido - aggrotech, power noise
12. Feindflug - aggrotech, power noise
13. Front Line Assembly - aggrotech, EBM, industrial
14. Funker Vogt - aggrotech
15. God Module - aggrotech, industrial
16. Grendel - aggrotech
17. Hocico - aggrotech
18. Igorrr - breakcore, baroque, cybergrind
19. Imperative Reaction - aggrotech
20. Lujboia - aggrotech, dark electro, industrial
21. Miss Construction - aggrotech, EBM
22. Psyborg Corp. - aggrotech
23. Psyclon Nine - blackened aggrotech
24. Suicide Commando - aggrotech
25. Tactical Sekt - aggrotech
26. Terminal Choice - industrial
27. Velvet Acid Christ - atmospheric aggrotech
28. :Wumpscut: - atmospheric industrial
29. Zombie Girl - aggrotech/EBM



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Lokaeda - 18.09.2011 at 01:01  
Do you know Amduscia and VNV Nation? might please you
psykometal - 18.09.2011 at 01:09  
Written by Lokaeda on 18.09.2011 at 01:01

Do you know Amduscia and VNV Nation? might please you

I know of Amduscia but never listened and I love VNV Nation and have most of their albums but didn't think they were quiet dark/aggressive enough for this list...
Lokaeda - 18.09.2011 at 01:18  
Written by psykometal on 18.09.2011 at 01:09

Written by Lokaeda on 18.09.2011 at 01:01

Do you know Amduscia and VNV Nation? might please you

I know of Amduscia but never listened and I love VNV Nation and have most of their albums but didn't think they were quiet dark/aggressive enough for this list...


agreed about VNV ^^ Amduscia is nice imo
InnerSelf - 18.09.2011 at 01:23  
Where the heck is Ulver and you might want to check out Mothlite
psykometal - 18.09.2011 at 01:29  
Written by InnerSelf on 18.09.2011 at 01:23

Where the heck is Ulver and you might want to check out Mothlite

Ulver isn't aggressive electronic/industrial, at least not any Ulver that I've ever heard. I'll def check out Mothlite...
.:Nataras:. - 23.10.2011 at 01:29  
Hi dude! hmm...
i suggest you to try this:
"Lujhboia" (Dark Electro / Harsh EBM / Industrial)
specially---> "2009 - I Hate And You Haven't Realised Yet"
psykometal - 23.10.2011 at 01:50  
Written by .:Nataras:. on 23.10.2011 at 01:29

Hi dude! hmm...
i suggest you to try this:
"Lujhboia" (Dark Electro / Harsh EBM / Industrial)
specially---> "2009 - I Hate And You Haven't Realised Yet"


Idk if I even want to attempt to pronounce that, lol... Lue-boy-ah? maybe...is that danish, swedish or norwegian or some other germanic/scandinavian language?
.:Nataras:. - 23.10.2011 at 02:02  
Oh Yes, you're right, it's very hard to pronounce... But he come from Argentina!
http://www.youtube.com/user/lujhboia
psykometal - 23.10.2011 at 02:18  
Written by .:Nataras:. on 23.10.2011 at 02:02

Oh Yes, you're right, it's very hard to pronounce... But he come from Argentina!
http://www.youtube.com/user/lujhboia

Hahaha didn't see that coming...Argentina?! For real?! Damn. Granted I'm not familiar with Argentinian spanish but I'm familiar with central american spanish a little and that don't look like any kind of spanish I've ever seen, lol...
!J.O.O.E.! - 23.10.2011 at 14:49  
Nice list but calling it "electronic" seems rather inappropriate if you ask me given the broadness of the genre and the limited spectrum of the majority of the artists here. People generally don't think of aggrotech in the "electronic" area, more the trance, EBM (yes I know it comprises the word "electronic") and industrial. It may technically fall under the electronic umbrella but it would be like putting Vader in the "rock" category. I think of Boards of Canada, Christ., Tangerine Dream, Kraftwerk, Autechre and so on when I think of electronic music. Most of these all have far more in common with dance music.

And :wumpscut: aren't aggrotech, they're more electro industrial.

That's my two pennies anyway.

Amduscia, Dulce Liquido, Derma-Tek and God Module would fit in quite nicely here, as would an amada of powernoise bands - far more "metal" than aggrotech ;]
Introspekrieg - 23.10.2011 at 19:41  
Nice list, I would recommend:

Front Line Assembly
psykometal - 23.10.2011 at 21:12  
Written by !J.O.O.E.! on 23.10.2011 at 14:49

Nice list but calling it "electronic" seems rather inappropriate if you ask me given the broadness of the genre and the limited spectrum of the majority of the artists here. People generally don't think of aggrotech in the "electronic" area, more the trance, EBM (yes I know it comprises the word "electronic") and industrial. It may technically fall under the electronic umbrella but it would be like putting Vader in the "rock" category. I think of Boards of Canada, Christ., Tangerine Dream, Kraftwerk, Autechre and so on when I think of electronic music. Most of these all have far more in common with dance music.

And :wumpscut: aren't aggrotech, they're more electro industrial.

That's my two pennies anyway.

Amduscia, Dulce Liquido, Derma-Tek and God Module would fit in quite nicely here, as would an amada of powernoise bands - far more "metal" than aggrotech ;]

Actually thank you for the pennies. I wasn't sure if I should be calling this list electronic or something else when I created it so I just went with electronic but you are right electronic is a bit too broad of a spectrum for this list now that I'm thinking about it. I changed the Title and edited the description a bit; better? I added some of the recommended bands now after checking them out; I like them all, yours and the others (especially Lujboia, Nat). I didn't really have time to delve into the power noise genre much past just looking up some band names and some info/description of the genre but I will definitely have to delve deeper some time now that I have been recommended to the genre. Thanx bro, \m/...
!J.O.O.E.! - 23.10.2011 at 21:58  
Written by psykometal on 23.10.2011 at 21:12


Actually thank you for the pennies. I wasn't sure if I should be calling this list electronic or something else when I created it so I just went with electronic but you are right electronic is a bit too broad of a spectrum for this list now that I'm thinking about it. I changed the Title and edited the description a bit; better? I added some of the recommended bands now after checking them out; I like them all, yours and the others (especially Lujboia, Nat). I didn't really have time to delve into the power noise genre much past just looking up some band names and some info/description of the genre but I will definitely have to delve deeper some time now that I have been recommended to the genre. Thanx bro, \m/...

I think the term industrial sums it up pretty well (if you ignore the original form of industrial in the late 70's/80's, but that's a whole other kettle of fish) as people tend to identify these bands as industrial, and perhaps more importantly these bands exemplify the more pure "industrial" sound that many metal bands incorporate into their music so it's ideal for metallers who don't really know much about these types of bands as it gives them a good idea what they might get if they delve into them.
psykometal - 23.10.2011 at 22:05  
Written by !J.O.O.E.! on 23.10.2011 at 21:58

Written by psykometal on 23.10.2011 at 21:12


I think the term industrial sums it up pretty well (if you ignore the original form of industrial in the late 70's/80's, but that's a whole other kettle of fish) as people tend to identify these bands as industrial, and perhaps more importantly these bands exemplify the more pure "industrial" sound that many metal bands incorporate into their music so it's ideal for metallers who don't really know much about these types of bands as it gives them a good idea what they might get if they delve into them.

Touché...
Alex Fenger - 30.01.2013 at 20:49  
Every industrial metal list needs some Zaraza

psykometal - 30.01.2013 at 20:54  
Written by Alex Fenger on 30.01.2013 at 20:49

Every industrial metal list needs some Zaraza

It's not an industrial metal list, it's a list of industrial non-metal bands/groups that might appeal to metal heads due to their aggressive styles and [usually] violent lyrics.

But thanks for the rec any way.
Alex Fenger - 30.01.2013 at 20:57  
Written by psykometal on 30.01.2013 at 20:54

It's not an industrial metal list, it's a list of industrial non-metal bands/groups that might appeal to metal heads due to their aggressive styles and [usually] violent lyrics.

But thanks for the rec any way.

Ahh I see. I'll have to check out a few of the ones I don't know
BlackEssence - 22.03.2014 at 10:02  
Cheers bro! FInally someone with similar taste:P
mz - 22.03.2014 at 12:03  
Highly appreciated list. Thanks.
It would be nice if someone create a list on old school industrial music. too.
!J.O.O.E.! - 22.03.2014 at 12:08  
You spelled Dulce Liquido wrong by the way
psykometal - 22.03.2014 at 16:08  
Damn! So I did, Joe. Thanks.

Man, haven't thought about this list in a good long while.
Karlabos - 22.03.2014 at 16:56  
Was needing some non-metal industrial recs, gonna look on some of these.
I would recommend Herzschlag and Zombie Girl. Also you said no metal, but if KMFDM counts, then perhaps Punish Yourself?
Also if you would rec some psytrance that would be good..
*hides*

Written by mz on 22.03.2014 at 12:03

It would be nice if someone create a list on old school industrial music. too.

[2]
Lit. - 22.03.2014 at 23:16  
I appreciate this list.

Perhaps something by Killing Joke would be good on here?
psykometal - 23.03.2014 at 01:58  
Quote:
Quote:
[quote aI thor=145528 date=2014-03-22 16:56:51]
you said no metal, but if KMFDM counts, then perhaps Punish Yourself?

Well, KMFDM usually pops up on industrial lists more than metal lists, so I added them for that reason.

Quote:

Also if you would rec some psytrance that would be good..
*hides*

Afraid this is a genre I know nothing about. Lol

Written by mz on 22.03.2014 at 12:03

It would be nice if someone create a list on old school industrial music. too.

[2]

And another area a bit beyond my scope. Lol
Monolithic - 23.03.2014 at 11:56  
You think you could fit Neurotech somewhere in this list? sounds like a blend of melodic death metal and industrial to me.
psykometal - 23.03.2014 at 14:09  
Written by Monolithic on 23.03.2014 at 11:56

You think you could fit Neurotech somewhere in this list? sounds like a blend of melodic death metal and industrial to me.

Nah. This list isn't for Industrial metal bands. It's to help people discover some really good non-metal Industrial music.

Guess I should remove KMFDM since I think they are likely the cause for confusion. Lol
Monolithic - 23.03.2014 at 14:24  
Written by psykometal on 23.03.2014 at 14:09

Nah. This list isn't for Industrial metal bands. It's to help people discover some really good non-metal Industrial music.

Guess I should remove KMFDM since I think they are likely the cause for confusion. Lol

Oh...

I've never known that much when it came to non-metal industrial. Coil perhaps could come close although they're more cinematic (at least based on what I've heard.)
tea[m]ster - 26.03.2014 at 17:02  
Ministry ?
psykometal - 26.03.2014 at 18:05  
Written by tea[m]ster on 26.03.2014 at 17:02

Ministry ?

Nah, bruh. Ministry is definitely metal.

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