John Bouvette, who was on drums and percussion, and Phil X who did some vocals, and played the guitar. Phil X was also credited on the album "Nice Place To Visit" for being a guitarist, but was not considered an official band member until the final album was released. Frozen Ghost disbanded in 1993. 2.) Frozen Ghost is one of the new breed of of psy-trance producers to hail from the windy city of Cape Town, South Africa. Having grown up listening to Punk rock, Thrash and Hip hop, Barry’s attention then ventured into the more experimental side of electronic music, where he found his true passion in psy-trance. Combining raw elements of serious groove and aggression, meshed with spine-chilling synthetic atmospheric tones and undertones, demented samples and creative percussion, set him up to make the trade mark name that is Frozen Ghost.
Since his first single, released on Afrogalactic Records, late 2004, followed by his debut album “Just One Bite”, the distinct cutting edge sound from Frozen Ghost has morphed, manipulated and marveled dance floors in countries such as Israel, Japan and South Africa. Having collaborated with and number of different producers (such as Hiyarant, Zion Linguist, B55, Lost & Found), and following a number of releases on labels such as MMD Records, Yabai Records, Noize Conspiracy Records and Vision Records, as well as compiling the MMD compilation, appropriately called “Cold Conclusion”, his second album was released on Yabai Records September 2007, and was entitled “Edible Technique”. Since then, he has continued to experiment with all facets of music and sound, developing the ever-evolving signature sound of Frozen Ghost which has captured the inner minds of the listeners at home and on the dance floors worldwide. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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