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This large umbrella loosely covers everything from hard electronic to newer, postmodern experimental noise. Many bands and artists that are traditionally considered “industrial” are releasing projects that fall under this category, but with a sound that is more progressive, more forward-thinking than before. Industrial music continues to innovate by adapting its past with a forward-looking approach to new sounds.
Examples of Neo-Industrial artists are OhGr Welt, Lustmord Metavoid, and Merzbow Music for Bondage Performance.
by Blayne Scott January 19, 2006
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