|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Mutual Bonding Through Violation||8||Audio||2003-07-00||Glitch Mode Recordings|
|3||Music For Jerks||12||Audio||2005||Glitch Mode Recordings|
|4||Prehab 25mg-ep||6||Audio||2008-11-00||Bitriot Records|
|5||Drek Kick EP||3||Audio||2009-07-05||Bitriot Records|
|6||The Medication Generation||14||Audio||2010-07-06||Bitriot Records|
|7||Worst Case Scenario Vol.1||12||Audio||2014-09-09||Glitch Mode Recordings|
|8||Worst Case Scenario Vol.1||12||Audio||2014-09-09||Glitch Mode Recordings|
Cyanotic began in 2002 with members Sean Payne and Drew Rosander. After their start two months later they released "Mutual Bonding Through Violation." This album got very postive ratings from their peers. Now (2005) after two year of tweaking and mixing they have enrolled another member, Brian Blake and released "Transhuman" the full length successor to "MBTV," with help from Jason Novak and Chris Cozort.
"Our role models are machines."