|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Rhythm Abuse||12||Audio||1999||Not On Label (Consume (2) Self-Released)|
|2||The Shallow End Of The Scene Pool||8||Audio||2001||Not On Label (Consume (2) Self-Released)|
Consume has been lowering the standards of electronic music listeners in western North America since 1998. Consisting of equal parts militant gabber/industro-stomp, atonal noise blasts, IDM-ish rhythm collisions, and irritating sampling, the music is designed specifically to upset your mom. consume tempers his all-out mechanical assault with a healthy sense of humour, meant to be a refreshing change from the overwhelming pessimism and morbidity of the industrial community. Having produced two self-released CDRs, Rhythm Abuse and Shallow End of the Scene Pool, and known for over-the-top, energetic live performances at both hardcore techno and industrial events, consume is the musical equivalent of a feces-hurling cybernetic monkey.