Suicide Commando is tagged as: ebm, industrial, dark electro, electronic, darkwave
Belgium based Johan Van Roy, Suicide Commando’s only member, began experimenting with electronic music in 1986. Three years later he released his first tape under the moniker Suicide Commando, and made an appearance on the vinyl compilation, Electronic. As Van Roy continued self-releasing tapes, he landed more compilation appearances on Rotation II and Induktion, Varianz und Deren Folgen, both released by Kugelblitz records.
1994 finally saw Suicide Commando’s first CD, Critical Stage, released on the German label Off-Beat. Shortly after, in 1995, Suicide Commando released Stored Images, which contains to date one of van Roy’s most popular songs, See You in Hell.
1996 was the ten-year anniversary of Suicide Commando, and with it came the release of Contamination, as well as the limited boxed version, which contained a bonus 3” compact disc featuring previously unreleased material. Contamination was released a year later in North America by the now defunct Electronic Death Trip records.
In 1998, Suicide Commando released the album Construct-Destruct and its sister release, Reconstruction including new clubhits like Desire and Better Off Dead, the former of which was picked up by Possessive Blindfold Records for distribution in North America with bo...
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