Led by vocalists Anna Christine and Erie Loch, the five-piece Luxt features both guitar-bass-drums instrumentation and a heavy dose of keyboards, electronic programming, and sound processing, producing a sound not unlike the more Gothic elements of Nine Inch Nails, with a similarly dark tone to the material. The band made its recording debut contributing a cover of Gary Numan's "Cars" to the 1997 compilation Newer Wave; its debut full-length, Disrepair, followed later in the year. The follow-up, Razing Eden, was released in 1998, showing a stronger sense of songcraft, which was continued by 2000's Chromasex Monkeydrive. They continued to improve with each release, with 2003's American Beast marking their best combination of industrial rock and n++ metal. ~ Steve HueyPortions of Content Provided by Rovi Corporation.
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