- signed a deal with Peaceville/music for nations/zomba
Changed our name from `Whores of Babylon`
to `Soundisciples` to reflect the change in musical style which
had become more techno/jungle/industrial/harder metal sounding.
supported `Pist.On` in London
Released album `Undefined` with all credits
Gobz ( Julian ) and Shaun as before in the Whores days with the
inclusion of live band member Joe White on half of the guitar work.
Also included Beth Gibbons on backing vocals for one song and Gizz
Butt from `Janus Stark`/`The Prodigy` as the guitar on one track.
Album received many good reviews throughout
Europe. It spawned interviews with `Kerrang`,`Metal Hammer germany`
and many others that I did over the phone and can`t remember now.
Toured with `Pitchshifter`.
Toured with `Paradise Lost`.
Gobz ( Julian ) leaves `Soundisciples`.
Geoff Barrow and Gobz refurbish and upgrade
`State of Art` recording studio. Gobz also builds a second studio
within the complex for pre-production purposes. A manager and chief
engineer are appointed to run the complex and it is re-opened to
2001 Gobz forms `Noiselab`, members one ( Gobz ! ). Please
return to the `302 music junction` homepage and select `Noiselab`
to continue the biog for Gobz.
Soundisciples feature on channel 4`s `A
tour of Duty` with tour manager Martin Lamb during a tour of the
Netherlands. Jan 2001 The track `Isolation` from the album `Undefined
is featured on a `terrorizer` CD cover disc.
New material is still in the pipeline
during late 2001 and is being recorded at Gobz and Geoff`s `State
of Art` recording studio.