Phantomsmasher is an experimental band led by musician James Plotkin, previously known as Atomsmasher. The band signed to Ipecac Recordings in 2002, and is reportedly currently working on a third album. James Plotkin – guitar, bass guitar, electronics. DJ Speedranch – vocals. Atomsmasher (as Atomsmasher, 2000), Hydra Head Records. Phantomsmasher (2002), Ipecac Recordings. Podsjfkj Pojid Poa, Oisdjoks 7" (with Venetian Snares, 2003), Hydra Head Records.
Album Name Atomsmasher. Released date 19 June 2001. Labels Hydra Head Records Double H Noise Industries. Music StyleGrind Electro. Members owning this album1. 1. Caught in Your Orbit.
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Atomsmasher is the power-pop band fronted by Ed Marshall Erenberg. They released 2 albums, Up & Atom and All Around The World. Erenberg releases his first solo album Here's To The Lions summer 2008.
Blurring the lines between grindcore, experimental noise, and in-your-face electronica, James Plotkin's Atomsmasher's debut comes off like a cross between Atari Teenage Riot, Merzbow, Aphex Twin, Fantômas, and Torture Garden-era Naked City.
Is Atomsmasher the best album by Atomsmasher? BestEverAlbums. com brings together thousands of 'greatest ever album' charts and calculates an overall ranking. This album At A Glance. Atomsmasher by Atomsmasher (2001) Overall rank: 91,362nd.
|1||Caught In Your Orbit||2:39|
|7||Very Much Want Head Return||2:09|
|10||Someone Is Trying To Kill Me||3:55|
- Artwork [Logo, Construction], Design – A. Turner*
- Artwork [Original] – Yorr
- Bass, Guitar, Edited By [Wave], Producer, Arranged By – James Plotkin
- Drums – Dave Witte
- Vocals [Audiomulch] – DJ Speedranch*
NotesCopyright E. Plotkin 2000.
Comes in a 3-fold Digipak.
A presentation of Double H Noise Industries Europe, A division of Hydra Head Industries Inc.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout: panteon Alsdorf 02404 94060 01391AA3
|2XH 005||Atomsmasher||Atomsmasher (CD, Album, Dig)||Double H Noise Industries||2XH 005||US||2001|