Polluted Axis

Polluted Axis

Members of Polluted Axis: Mort Rigdon
This performer (group) in the Internet: http://crunchpod.com/artists/polluted-axis/, http://www.last.fm/music/Polluted+Axis, http://soundcloud.com/pollutedaxis, http://www.facebook.com/pages/Polluted-Axis/110573338961024?ref=nf, http://myspace.com/pollutedaxis

Discography of Polluted Axis:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Plastic Christ 6 Audio 2001 13x2 Studios
2 Cancerous Love 6 Audio 2000 13x2 Studios
3 Numb 3 Audio 2003 13x2 Studios
4 A Day In The Life Of... 5 Audio 2006 13x2 Studios
5 A Day In The Life Of... 5 Audio 2010-05-25 Crunch Pod
6 The Trepanation Nation 9 Audio 2010-11-02 Crunch Pod
7 The Trephining Manual 7 Audio 2010-07-01 Crunch Pod
8 The Dubsuck Chronicles: Track One 3 Audio 2010-08-24 Crunch Pod
9 The Dubsuck Chronicles: Track Two 4 Audio 2010-09-23 Crunch Pod
10 The Dubsuck Chronicles: Track Three 4 Audio 2010-11-23 Crunch Pod
11 The Dubsuck Chronicles: Track Four 4 Audio 2010-12-21 Crunch Pod
12 The Dubsuck Chronicles 10 Audio 2011-05-24 Crunch Pod
13 Manifesto 5 Audio 2011-09-13 Not On Label (Polluted Axis Self-released)

Like the stripper at the back of the bar that makes your asshole clench up with fear, you know Polluted Axis is bad for you but you just can't stop listening to it.

Polluted Axis started in 1995, recorded using a Tascam PortaStudio, bass amp, fx processor, and some soon to be destroyed microphones. Released originally as Spineless, the original hand copied, live performance releases on cassettes are long gone but the sound lives on. Over the years Polluted Axis continued this trend, pushing forward with interesting yet catchy self released cassette and CDR releases ranging from their original roots in ambient and experimental noise, to epic rhythmic noise anthems, to harsh noise, and rare live performances.

Now, Luxotek and his band of dissident boys are bringing you a new face of Polluted Axis, drawing from old cyberpunk, futurepop, and dubstep influences and combining them with the original rhythmic noise roots of the band to create new and unique sounds and genre's like dubsuck and Hillybilly Noise.

The new Polluted Axis is sure to make you ask "What the hell am I listening to and why do I like it so much?"

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