Technophobia (2001-present) is a Industrial Metal band from Turin, Italy.
rom 2001 six entities formed the ultra techno/industrial project T3CHN0PH0B1A. Like famed band GWAR, the members of this act hide their identities behind an extraordinary Sci-Fi fantasy claiming they are "inhabitants of Sidera (a sombre planet, having a sunproof and photophobic atmosphere, with albedopercentage equal zero) descended on Earth. They are Snuff 238 Mazend, a thriller-horror-addicted uranium-isotopic-stylish freak with an attitude to scream; his brother 5k0tt Mazend, a six-strings-polluted-epidemic killer instinctive automaton; the mechanic masked cyborg Von Cyberskin, who used to wreak his tantrum on digital electrocardiogrim; the young clo ned artificial in-intelligence RadikAl 9k, the master of symphonic irrational harmony; the 'lord' Ahri Hann, tracer-shell bass vibrations bondaged by bloodalcoholic and love for cinemalchemy; and DusTech, a schizo pulsar minded who devoted himself to the quest for sonorous-synthetized engineering suppurations.
Their claws and legs crawled upon the new planet soil, under tortures of human atmosphere, to incarnate their xenothropic features in five earthlings, becoming parasite inhabitants and forcing their hosting bodies to embrace instruments and create T3CHN0PH0B1A: extermination is near".
Their "first weapon of mass destruction" was in their hands when t hey self-produced Albedo Level: 0%, a 4 track long mix of industrial decadence, morbid and screaming vocals meets guitars and cold martial beats, adding lyrics concerning rusty landscapes, xenothropic invasions in sci-fi and horror movies style, future destruction and the Mind Body Problem, orchestrated in the key of fear. After three powerful gigs supporting the radioactive release they locked themselves in a lab, preparing a new unknown attack.
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So, the follow-up, Cybel 01, would arrive as their "new weapon under the membership of Snuff 238 Mazend (Vocals), 5k0tt Mazend (Guitars/Programming), Von Cyberskin (Bass), RadikAl 9K (Keyboar ds/Samplers) and Dustech (Synths/FX Programming).
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