Diatribe (band)

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Diatribe
Origin San Jose, California
Genres Industrial metal, industrial rock
Years active 1991–1997
Labels COP International, Re-Constriction
Past members Marc Jameson, Kevin Marburg, Pat Toves, Vince Montalbano, Phil Biagini, Dennis Morehouse

Diatribe was an industrial rock group from San Jose, California which was active in the 1990s. They had a sound similar to 16 Volt and Chemlab, integrating synthesizers and vocal samples with more traditional rock instruments. Their song "Therapy" was used in the film Strange Days but does not appear on the official soundtrack album.

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Compilation appearances[edit]

  • From The Machine (1990, Index) - "Cockeyed MF"
  • Assimilation (1992, Metal Blade) - "The Other Side (Planet Hell Mix)" [6:08] & "King Pin 2.0" [7:38]
  • California Cybercrash Compilation (1992, COP International) - "Tantau"
  • The Cyberflesh Conspiracy (1992, If It Moves...) - "Needle Park" [5:18]
  • Funky Alternatives Vol. 7 (1993, Concrete) - "Kingpin"
  • Shut Up Kitty: A Cyber-Based Covers Compilation (1993, Re-Constriction) - "Cold Sweat" (Sugarcubes cover) [3:49]
  • Re-Constriction's 10* Year Anniversary CD (*=5) (1996, Re-Constriction) - "The Son (Rough Mix)" [3:52]
  • Awake The Machines - On The Line Vol. 2 (1997, Out Of Line) - "Junkyard (Radio Edit)"
  • Got Moose? Re-Constriction CD Sampler No. 2 (1997, Re-Constriction) - "Ultracide"
  • Industrial Virus (1997, Dressed To Kill) - "Kingpin (Remix)" [5:51]
  • Industrial War: The Agony And Ecstasy Of Industrial Music (1997, Shanachie) - "The Son"
  • Industrial Hazard (1998, Dressed To Kill) - "Kingpin (Remix)"
  • Machines And Noise (Volume 3) (2002, Mastertech) - "Kingpin"

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