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NEWS   1st June 2005 sees the lauch of Dead Sexy Records (www.dead-sexy.co.uk) bringing the best of the UK Industrial Scene to the masses. Featuring new releases from Skinflick, Finite Death and Mantra. Big thanks to Justin for making this happen. Please support the scene - go and but these records.

Writting is currently underway on a new EP as yet untitled
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play hi-fi  Inside
play hi-fi  Cut the Storm Away
play hi-fi  Porcelain
play hi-fi  Still Remains
play hi-fi  Empty Shells
play hi-fi  Killing Time
play hi-fi  Damage Act
play hi-fi  Porcelain (Skinflick Remix)
play hi-fi  Killing Time (Reconscilliation Mix)
play hi-fi  Effacer
Vocals, guitars, Bass, Keyboards, Synths and Programming: Will

Formed in the latter part of the 90's, Mantra deals with personal politics and the workings of the inner soul. Combining a disturbingly beautiful and twisted mix of ambient/industrial/metal

Mantra is on extended Hiatus for the foreseeable future.
Why this name?
mantra: noun (originally in Hinduism and Buddhism)
1. a word or sound repeated to aid concentration in meditation
2. a Vedic hymn
Do you play live?
Generally speaking I play dead!
How, do you think, does the internet (or mp3) change the music industry?
The mp3/internet changes everything for the music industry. For once it puts the fans in the driving seat and that's something that the mainstream has little control over and the major labels are terrified of.
Would you sign a record contract with a major label?
That would depend upon the deal
Band History:
April '04 - 'The Art of Mental Bruising' hits the No. 1 spot for all of 1 Day.

August '04 - 'Cut the storm away' No.1 Soundclick Industrial Metal Charts. (for 2 Days ;P)

May '05 - 'Empty Shells' reaches No.1 in the Industrial Metal Charts - Thanks to those who took the time to listen!

June '05 - Dead Sexy Records is launched featuring the Fault Line EP by Mantra

Also feature ar 'Year of the Dogs' by Skinflick and the debut CD from Finite Death

Support the UK Industrial scene

September 2005 - 'Inside' reaches the No.1 Spot in soundclicks Industrial Metal Charts






Your influences?
Musical influences range from Nine Inch Nails, Renholder, Filter, Pitchshifter, Cyndi Lauper, Skinny Puppy, Collide, Zeromancer, 12 Rounds, Error, Stabbing Westward, APerfectCircle, Mortiis, Rammstein, Kerbdog, Alice in Chains, Tool, Ministry, Nitzer Ebb, KMFDM, Front Line Assembly, Fear Factory, Tweaker, Godhead, Tapping the Vein, Soundgarden, Kidneythieves, Sunna, The Smiths, Sisters of Mercy, The Cure, Pink Floyd, The Prodigy, Depeche Mode, White Zombie, Headswim
Favorite spot?
Whitby, N. Yorks, England
Equipment used:
Fender Jaguar, Peavey ???,Modified Strat with reverse phase humbucker, Les Paul, Marshall Amp, a couple of distortion/overdrive and chorus pedals, Westfield Bass, Yam Synth, Reaktor 4, FL Studio, things that make interesting sounds and whatever else takes my fancy!
Anything else...?
Thanks to those who deserve it!
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