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Institute for the Criminally Insane

Institute for the Criminally Insane

Institute for the Criminally Insane


Copenhagen based Industrial/ebm duo, formed in 1989, is an experiment in noise and pop. Mr. Hyde a.k.a. Bo Heidelberg (Hitchcock Violins, Motorcycle and On-Q); Vocals & Programming, Günther Karse a.k.a. Kim Günther Hansen (Grind, Amstrong and Antenne); Guitar & Programming. I.C.I. debuted Live at Ohm's Nightclub at the awesome '95 South by Southwest Music festival in Austin, Texas. I.C.I. is featured on '08 videogame: Hitman; Blood Money (Hell Read more on Last.fm
Copenhagen based Industrial/ebm duo, formed in 1989, is an experiment in noise and pop. Mr. Hyde a.k.a. Bo Heidelberg (Hitchcock Violins, Motorcycle and On-Q); Vocals & Programming, Günther Karse a.k.a.

Kim Günther Hansen (Grind, Amstrong and Antenne); Guitar & Programming. I.C.I. debuted Live at Ohm's Nightclub at the awesome '95 South by Southwest Music festival in Austin, Texas. I.C.I. is featured on '08 videogame: Hitman; Blood Money (Hell Nightclub) with Industrial-Trance track 'Slasher' from '95 debut album 'Gekippt': http://indiestore.7digital.com/ici/indieProductDetail.aspx?pid=-1391. I.C.I.

recently picked up contact after about 10 years, and are currently considering working together on a project basis for starters. Maybe do some Remix stuff too?. 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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