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Cyberaktif

 

Cyberaktif

Cyberaktif
Origin Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Genres Industrial
Years active 1990 (1990)-1990 (1990)
Labels Wax Trax!
Members cEvin Key
D.R. Goettel
Wilhelm Schroeder

Cyberaktif was a one-time musical collaboration project between Bill Leeb of the band Front Line Assembly, and cEvin Key and Dwayne Goettel of Skinny Puppy. Blixa Bargeld from Einstürzende Neubauten guested on the tracks Paradiessiets and Meltdown.

During the heyday of Wax Trax! Records in the early 1990s, many fans wrote in saying how good it would be to see what would have happened to Skinny Puppy if Bill had stayed in the band. Wax Trax! paid for the whole project; they paid Leeb, Goettel and Key and gave them use of their studios to produce the album Tenebrae Vision and its two singles Nothing Stays and Temper. Leeb used his Skinny Puppy pseudonym Wilhelm Schroeder. There were no plans for any more albums, and this became even less likely after the death of Dwayne Goettel in 1995.

Discography

Studio albums
  • Tenebrae Vision (1990)

Track listing:

  1. "The Road Kill" - 3:48
  2. "Brain Dead Decision" - 4:17
  3. "Acid Cripple" - 4:34
  4. "Paradiessiets" - 5:57
  5. "Nothing Stays" - 5:24
  6. "Ruptured Freeks" - 4:13
  7. "Dis Coarse Illusion" - 4:01
  8. "Temper" - 4:27
  9. "Face to Face" - 4:19
  10. "House of Pain" - 5:00
Singles
  • Nothing Stays (1990)

Track listing:

  1. "Nothing Stays (Ext. Mix)" - 06:37
  2. "Nothing Stays (Version)" - 03:47
  3. "Black + White" - 04:30
  4. "On the Reign" - 05:35
  • Temper (1990)

Track listing:

  1. "Temper" - 06:59
  2. "Meltdown" - 07:40
  3. "Dream Needle" - 04:21

External links

  • Discogs


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