Led by duo Loopy and Vas Kallas, the group has been ironically sieg-heiling and goose-stepping around the industrial scene since 1993; their high-water mark came when Marilyn Manson took them on tour in 1995. That also was when their sound jelled into gothtronica fleshed out with Wagnerian overtures, sound effects usually associated with laser cannons, and guitar blasts usually associated with KMFDM -- on top of some baffling but effective inclusions like sitars and Eastern rhythms, all played by musicians wearing lots of leather.
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