1.) Dutch Death Metal band XENOMORPH was founded in 1992 emerging from the underground scene in The Netherlands. Their most steady line-up became: DeTombe (vocals), Coert Zwart (guitar), Kreft (guitar), JRA (bass) and Marc Bomber (drums). They most likely got their name from the "scientific" predicate given to the aliens starring in the Aliens movie series. Their lyrics are mostly about evil, Satan, and other dark and occult stuff more than once inspired by the work of artists like H.R. Giger and Sir Ridley Scott.
D-Tek, whose everyday name is David Durst, is a Mexico City native. Having started DJing in 1987, in less than a decade he has built himself up to be one of the leading and most pioneering artists shaping the Mexican trance scene today. By the turn of the millenium, D-Tek was releasing tracks on all the major world psy-trance labels from Tip to Transient to Shiva Space Japan. His first album, "Earth Technologies", exploded onto the world and instantly became a top choice for trance conoisseurs and DJs all over the globe.
There are at least 18 bands called Entropy.
1. Entropy- a progressive death metal band from Lexington, Kentucky (www.myspace.com/entropyis) From their onset in 2006, Entropy has been described as everything from technical death metal to black metal to funeral doom; their unique blend of styles and emphasis on composition sets them apart from the scene they appeared in. Entropy has released two EPs internationally: "The Last Question" on Riotous Records, and the independent "Cosmic Whisper." Their first full length album, "The Furnace," is expected to release in the summer of 2010.
Mino (born as Mindaugas Mickevičius, April 1, 1974 in Kaunas, Lithuania) is a Lithuanian pop singer.
Fearsome Engine is turbo-charged, pedal to the metal, full-on psychedelic, furious fun-loving, nitrous-igniting, mind-expanding, combusting consciousness, nucleonic, slabathonic, accelerator generator, driving force beyond the within, Fearsome Engine is the mutant hybrid creation of Laughing Buddha and Tristan; two of the most long standing and respected artists on the psychedelic trance scene.
Matt Allaby is a trance producer from Manchester in the UK. His unique sound has been forged through his background in the acid house scene in the 'Madchester' nineties and the years following where Matt played his part in the beginnings of the Northern psytrance scene.
He was a resident dj and co-promoter of the 'Sunrise' party in Manchester from its creation in 1997. This became a launch pad for his studio work which first saw fruition on Spiral Trax in 2002.
Before discovering dance music Matt played drums in bands of various styles from the age of 11.
There are at least 4 artists called Hybris: 1. Czech drum and bass DJ
2. Spanish metal band
3. German gothic rock band
4. German hardcore band 1. A Czech drum and bass DJ:
Hybris is Evan Vischi. After years of being a studio recluse, Evan surfaced in the DC scene and released collaborations and solo projects under the name Robot Death Squad. He then moved to the Czech Republic to focus on advancing his own sound and began releasing under the name Hybris.
"Vintage vocoders,out of tune synths,and lame quality samples, That's what usually driving brothers golan and ohad aharony to bravely assemble another one of their "mellowdramatic alternative rave songs"as they claim with a big smile,, Carley made to satisfy audiophiles, critical listeners, and those who were looking for more content, Sub6 took a leading part of pushing the psytrance out of deep acidi forests to the masses around the globe...
Affectionately known as "Mr P", Dustin Saalfield is a Psychedelic Trance producer based in Melbourne, Australia. Dustin has been involved with electronic music for 15 years playing live and travelling all over Australia, New Zealand, Japan and Europe, and releasing tracks on a multitude of compilations.
Starting way back in 1989 he was involved in various projects making hip hop, drum and bass and chilled out breakbeat music, he then evolved into creating psychedelic trance and had his first release as Mr Peculiar, "Elephantitis", on Koyote records early in 2001.