Genocide Organ members are wrapped in mystery, the real names are unknown, during their live performances they are used to wearing masks and hoods to hide their identities. Records are credited to the pseudonimouses of: Wilhelm Herich, Doc M. Riot and D.A.X. Roland Freisler (now active as Diutesc), was one of the two live frontmen together with Wilhelm Herich.
Roland Freisler, in the band since 1989, left the band in 1999, his role has been taken by B. Moloch of Anenzephalia. Another member of the band was Ray Treatment who was in the band from 1986-1987. Genocide Organ is a German death industrial group that formed in 1986. Almost all of their records are out of print except for Genocide Organ 虐殺機関, a reissue of Leichenlinie, and In-Konflikt, all three available from Tesco Organisation.
The group is best known for its live performances where the group members use blow torches and wear terrorist-style masks and hoods to hide their identities. Records are credited to Wilhelm Herich, Doc M. Riot and D.A.X.. Herich replaced former frontman Roland Freisler, who now records under the project name Diutesc. A new fourth member is B.
Moloch of the noise music project Anenzephalia. The group is controversial because of its use of war themes and violent imagery. Taken from Remember 3xLP booklet: "...Genocide Organ have provoked reaction from listeners - be those extremists who perceive the group have certain sympathies that align with their own, or vocal detractors labeling the group as racist, fascist, or more crudely - hate mongers. likewise for those listeners intelligent enough (or otherwise uninterested) in making such simplistic and polarized views of Genocide Organ, merely the extremity of sound can likewise provoke reactions from revulsion through to pure pleasure (the pleasures received in pain is an amply adage here)." Genocide Organ in an interview : "We never say what we think, and we never believe what we say, and if we tell the truth by accident, we hide it under so many lies that it is difficult to find out" (June 1999) 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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