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Plagueditch

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Save me… a spot in hell!
Plagueditch, a chaotic industrial Dark-rock/metal band from Aotearoa, New Zealand. The experimental project of Janick Panic in his quest to create an unholy mesh of evil noise rock, influenced by the likes of Danzig, White Zombie, Ministry, Prong, Skumlove, and Venom.

"My aim was to create a chaotic soundscape with the heavy riffage and vocal tendencies of Ministry , Prong, and Rob Zombies projects, mixed with Danzig 5. I wanted a chaotic, drilling, rhythmic-pounding, blow-your-speakers noise scape, with heavy guitars, drums and distorted vocals burried in a sea of distortion and violence. I think I achieved that".

To take Plagueditch to the live scene, Panic recruited long-time band mate and collaborator Nigel Von Toxic (Nefarious, Toxic Avengers, Horror Story, Slavething, Souls of Hades, Hateseeker) to play guitar, and good friend Glen Reaper (Cyclotrode X, Dead City Rockers, Life Lament, Dr Monster) to play Bass.

Band Members:
Janick Panic (vocals, programming, guitar)
Von Toxic (guitar)
Glen Reaper (bass)

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  • New Plymouth


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