|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Furnace||6||Audio||1992||Chamber Noise Recordings|
|2||Cremated Souls||3||Audio||1992||Gothic Records|
|3||The Industrial Byproduct||3||Audio||1992||Chamber Noise Recordings|
This was THE first group to mix industrial with grindcore. They recorded their first 7" record in 1992... primitive, yet insanely BRUTAL!
Furnace, the brain child of [a=DJ Resin], was created in early 1992 when he recruited Incarnus for vocals. Shortly after Toxin, Radium, and Ortho joined on guitars. Furnace immediately created their first self-titled E.P. which was released on [l=Chamber Noise Recordings] and later reissued on [l=Ishnigarrab Recordings]. It was at that time that DJ Resin coined the term "cybergrind" to describe their new mix of computer generated grindcore. After hearing the debut Furnace release, [l=Gothic Records] rereleased it as an abbreviated 7" record entitled "Cremated Souls."
In early 1993 Furnace went through a complete facelift as DJ Resin replaced all other members of the group. At this point [a=Synthetic (7)] joined on vocals and shortly after [a=#6] on guitar. It was at this time that Furnace abandoned the grindcore elements in their music and switched to a noise / industrial format and incorporated mass visuals in their live show.