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Chemical Toys

Chemical Toys

Chemical Toys


Chemical Toys is the Dark Electro project of Pink Gothic. The project was founded in spring 2006 together with musician Vomito Puppy (Frank Seyen of Vomiting Puppy Assault, Chemical Toys, Grauhund, Yakuza Assault Puppy, Colonel Corpse). After discovering that they had different views in which direction the music should develope (Pink Gothic prefered a sample based Dark Electro Style like Terminal Choice, Vomito Puppy was heading into a Fench House Style like Daft Punk with singing), Vomito Puppy left the band in autumn 2006. Read more on Last.fm
Chemical Toys is the Dark Electro project of Pink Gothic. The project was founded in spring 2006 together with musician Vomito Puppy (Frank Seyen of Vomiting Puppy Assault, Chemical Toys, Grauhund, Yakuza Assault Puppy, Colonel Corpse). After discovering that they had different views in which direction the music should develope (Pink Gothic prefered a sample based Dark Electro Style like Terminal Choice, Vomito Puppy was heading into a Fench House Style like Daft Punk with singing), Vomito Puppy left the band in autumn 2006. This split wasn't a full split, as he remained as "artisticial advisor", manages the projects internet apearance, and apears as guest voice from time to time.

Chemical Toys had their first concert together with Vomiting Puppy Assault at the X-Pops Festival 2006, where every guest got a free copy of the limited CT/VPA Nordkorea Split CD. After that Pink Gothic incorporated Harsh Electro elements and the project now could be compared to bands like Grendel or Feindflug. A full release is planed for the end of 2007. Read more on Last.fm.

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