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Industrial rock
Industrial rock is a musical genre that fuses industrial music and specific rock subgenres. Industrial rock spawned industrial metal, with which it is often confused. The early fusions of industrial music and rock were practiced by a handful of post-punk groups, including Chrome, Killing Joke, the Swans, and Big Black. Industrial rock artists generally employ the basic rock instrumentation of electric guitars, drums and bass and pair it with white noise blasts, electronic music gear (synthesizers, sequencers, samplers and drum machines). Guitars are commonly heavily distorted or otherwise effected. Bass guitars and drums may be played live, or be replaced by electronic musical instruments or computers in general. Industrial rock frequently incorporates the sounds of machinery and industry. This sound palette was pioneered by early 1980s artists (SPK, Einstürzende Neubauten, Die Krupps and Test Dept), who relied heavily on metal percussion, generally made with pipes, tubes and other products of industrial waste.

Artists belong to the genre

Nine Inch Nails

Country: USA / Date of establishing : 1988

Pigface

Country: USA / Date of establishing : 1990

Projekt LR

Country: Polska / Poland / Date of establishing : 2009-02

Volkmar

Country: Australia / Date of establishing : 2006

Zeromancer

Country: Norwegia / Norway / Date of establishing : 2000

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