God Module

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God Module
Origin Seattle, Washington
Genres Aggrotech
Electro-Industrial
Years active 1999–present
Labels Metropolis Records (North America)
Out of Line Music (Germany)
Website http://www.godmodule.org/
Members Jasyn Bangert
Courtney Bangert
Clint Carney
Past members Andrew Ramirez
Byron C. Miller
Notable instruments
Vocals, Synthesizer, Keyboards

God Module is an American dark electronic band from Orlando, Florida.[1] The band was founded in Florida in 1999 and later relocated to Washington in 2006. God Module is currently signed to Metropolis Records in the U.S. and Out of Line Music in Germany.[2] They were rated as "the most scary band" by Russian music magazine Dark City.

Members[edit]

Founding members[edit]

  • Jasyn Bangert (vocals, synth, programming)
  • Andrew Ramirez (vocals, synth, programming)

Current members[edit]

  • Jasyn Bangert
  • Courtney Bangert (vocals, live keyboards)
  • Clint Carney(vocals, live keyboards).

Discography[edit]

  • Artificial (1999)[3]
  • Empath (2003)
  • Perception(EP) (2004)
  • Artificial 2.0(re-release w/bonus) (2004)
  • Victims Among Friends (EP) (2004)
  • Viscera (2005)[4]
  • Let's Go Dark (2007)
  • The Magic In My Heart Is Dead(w/remixes) (2010)
  • Rituals (EP w/remixes) (2011)
  • Séance (2011)
  • Doppelganger (WebEP)(w/remixes) (2012)
  • Empath 2.0(re-release) (2013)
  • Psychic Surgery(Victims among friends & Perception)(re-release)(2013)
  • False Face (2014)[5]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "We're Bringing You The Lyric Video Premiere For God Module's "Destroy The Day"". Bloody Disgusting. Retrieved 28 February 2014. 
  2. ^ "Watch the Horror-Themed Trailer for God Module's New EP". Dread Central. Retrieved 28 February 2014. 
  3. ^ Kavadias, Theo. "Artificial (review)". Allmusic. Retrieved 28 February 2014. 
  4. ^ Anderson, Rick. "Viscera (review)". Allmusic. Retrieved 28 February 2014. 
  5. ^ Burkart, Gregory. "God Module: 'False Face' – Album Review". Fearnet. Retrieved 28 February 2014. 

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