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Ex.Es

Ex.Es

Ex.Es


"Forbidden Games", released in 1995 on the Finish Cyberware Productions label, has been the 1st and single album of the Belgian ebm act FuzeBoxMachine. Set up in Charleroi by Manu D, the band was later on completed by Deranged Psyche (now Nebula-H singer) and Cathodic Funeral (Aiborforcen). Known for their amazing live performances the band was quite successful back in the good old days. When Deranged Psyche left the band in 1998 FuzeBoxMachine went through a long hibernation. Read more on Last.fm
"Forbidden Games", released in 1995 on the Finish Cyberware Productions label, has been the 1st and single album of the Belgian ebm act FuzeBoxMachine. Set up in Charleroi by Manu D, the band was later on completed by Deranged Psyche (now Nebula-H singer) and Cathodic Funeral (Aiborforcen). Known for their amazing live performances the band was quite successful back in the good old days. When Deranged Psyche left the band in 1998 FuzeBoxMachine went through a long hibernation. In the meantime and together with Mika Goedrijk (This Morn'Omina) Deranged Psyche set up Nebula-H releasing 3 albums, most recently the "rH" album for the Alfa Matrix label.

For the newest (limited edition) "rH"-album the idea was to reform FuzeBoxMachine to make a featuring with Nebula-H. An exclusive song was in the pipeline, but finally Deranged Psyche decided to leave FuzeBoxMachine to the past and not awake sleeping dogs. Reforming a band after 10 years seemed to be more difficult than that and so a new name has been launched: EX.ES. Together with Noa (Propulsion and new member of Nebula-H) the idea now is to elaborate some ideas resulting in a few songs, "just for fun!" as both band members put it. For the die hard FuzeBoxMachine fans, there is good news as well. The "Forbidden Games" album can now be purchased via iTunes and this 13 years after its initial release.

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