"Electronic music means
war to us 2"
Year:  2013
Country:  Belgium
City:  Sint-Niklaas
Label:  Ant-Zen
Format:  CD
Tracks:  18
Time:  70 min.
Genre:  electronic
Style:         Rhythmic Noise

HYPNOSKULL emerged as a project of Patrick Stevens in 1992, who combines the power of pure analog electronics with harsh rhythm structures to form an anarchic assault of noise and techno-industrial. After years of underground activism in the worldwide electronic underground network of industrial music, HYPNOSKULL reached a larger audience by putting out the album "Rythmusmaschine 1-2" (1998), followed by "Ffwd - Burnout!" (1999) and "Electronic music means war to us" (2001). Before that, Patrick Stevens also made a name as one half of the duo SONAR, a hardcore Belgian rhythmical industrial project. He also works with miss Mieke M. (TUNNEL), and with Raoul Roucka (NOISEX) under the name "Cybernetic: Fuckheadz". His solo projects like Sona Eact®, Reset, Sliding Elements, Trivial Gender and 33MHz are released on various labels all around the globe. HYPNOSKULL is Sint-Niklaas, Belgium based musician Patrick Stevens (b. 1973) who, according to his myspace profile, founded HYPNOSKULL in 1992. Stevens was introduced to music at a young age, and became quickly involved in the Belgian and German alternative music scene. His first project was with friend Kristen Steensels, under the name Ectoplasmic Embryo Experience. Soon after, Stevens began releasing music under several other pseudonyms, including BRB, DRK, and Godwin. Finally, in 1992, Stevens formed Hypnoskull, which has been his main project ever since
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