|Origin||England, United Kingdom|
|Genres||Industrial hip hop, dub, experimental|
|Labels||Pathologica, Crashh, Morpheus|
|Past members||John Jobaggy |
Keeping to a similar vein as their other musical project Techno Animal, Justin Broadrick and Kevin Martin opted for Ice to be a studio-based project. Drummer John Jobaggy, bassist Dave Cochrane and saxophonist/engineer Alex Buess were recruited to aid them in the recording process. Their debut album, Under the Skin, is comparable to Pure-era Godflesh and Martin's free jazz and dub work with God. The group went on hiatus for several years and Jobaggy was replaced by Laika drummer Lou Ciccotelli. By their second album, Bad Blood, the band had absorbed hip hop influences and nearly all the songs featured contributions from recognizable names in the underground rap scene. Blixa Bargeld, of Einsturzende Neubauten, also contributed his vocals to the music.
- Singles & EPs
- Quarantine (Carcrashh, 1995)
- Bad Blood Transfusion (with Underdog) (Morpheus, 1998)
- Headwreck (Morpheus, 1998)
- Trapped In Three Dimensions (Morpheus, 1999)
- Reynolds, Simon (May 24, 2011). Bring the Noise: 20 Years of Writing About Hip Rock and Hip Hop. Soft Skull Press. p. 192. Retrieved 13 September 2014.
- "Godflesh Encyclopedia: Ice". godflesh.com. 2013. Retrieved 13 September 2014.
- Raggett, Ned. "Under the Skin". Allmusic. Retrieved September 13, 2014.
- Gross, Jason (March 1999). "Reviews: Ice - Bad Blood". Spin. SPIN Media LLC. 15 (3): 142. Retrieved October 8, 2012.
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