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Masochrist

Masochrist

Masochrist


There are several bands named Masochrist: 1.) The most active one being an American powerviolence band from Pittsburgh, PA that existed from 2007-2011. Heavily influenced by Crossed Out, Infest, Neanderthal, etc. Original members were Emily (vocals), Phil (guitar, vocals), Jessie (drums, vocals), and Josh (bass). Josh left in the summer of 2009 and was replaced by Collin. Phil and Jessie are currently playing in Means to an End. Get the Two Thousand Years of Pain EP: http://givepraiserecords. Read more on Last.fm
There are several bands named Masochrist: 1.) The most active one being an American powerviolence band from Pittsburgh, PA that existed from 2007-2011. Heavily influenced by Crossed Out, Infest, Neanderthal, etc. Original members were Emily (vocals), Phil (guitar, vocals), Jessie (drums, vocals), and Josh (bass). Josh left in the summer of 2009 and was replaced by Collin.

Phil and Jessie are currently playing in Means to an End. Get the Two Thousand Years of Pain EP: http://givepraiserecords.com/fastshop/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=12&products_id=557 2.) Nomadic, Godless harsh industrial/dark ambient/auditory surrealism artist. Set in America, at the moment, but relocating on a constant basis, Masochrist's work is the composite form of expression ranging from the angry recantings of the Yahweh Disorder era, to the creepy drawl of the Apathy era, to the pleasant ambience of the "Nomadic" side-project. 3.) An Electronic Black Metal band from Brazil fusing industrial and electronic beats and samples with raw, primitive black metal. 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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