Genghis Tron

<b>Best metal performance: Genghis Tron</b><br>
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There are moments amid Genghis Tron’s machine-like guitar assault where the noise suddenly stopped, and the songs opened up for some trip-hop-like keyboard effects. Genghis Tron ups the tension by alternating its grinding guitars and growling vocals with spacey keyboard solos and some left-field synthesized rhythms. It’s not quite techno, and it’s not quite industrial, but it would certainly work for a laser light show.<br>
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<a href="http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/extendedplay/2008/03/sxsw-day-2-the.html">Read more about Genghis Tron’s SXSW performance here.</a>
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Best metal performance: Genghis Tron

There are moments amid Genghis Tron’s machine-like guitar assault where the noise suddenly stopped, and the songs opened up for some trip-hop-like keyboard effects. Genghis Tron ups the tension by alternating its grinding guitars and growling vocals with spacey keyboard solos and some left-field synthesized rhythms. It’s not quite techno, and it’s not quite industrial, but it would certainly work for a laser light show.

Read more about Genghis Tron’s SXSW performance here.

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