A firecracker out of cyberspace is coming directly towards you, which with its mixture of industrial, trance, hellektro, electro and techno will transform every dance floor into a sea of flames!

EXT!ZE are shrill, crazy and grotesque, like colourful neon light which flickers like crazy to the hypnotic rhythms coming out of the speakers and which shows the way to the decadent nightlife. EXT!ZE are genuine, vibrant and sincere: the real deal! They live for their music; they live the crazy lifestyle with the all-night dancing and, with their songs “Hellektrostar”, “Poser” and “Electronic Revolt”, are going down a storm in the French and German clubs.
Extize began 2007 as one man project with Cyb3rella, one year later came Cyb3rSlut at the drums and Ionic Matrix at the keyboards, Dj Barus came two years later for the sampling and live mixing.

The question as to whether to take the red pill or the blue pill doesn’t apply here! EXT!ZE are the pill which opens the way to the neon light-soaked, uniquely grotesque world.

The door has been open a long time! Take the pill and let yourselves fall into this madness, out of which there is no escape! No doctor or pharmacist can help with any risks or side effects: the only things which will help are the repeat button and another sweat-inducing dance in the crazy worlds of an infernal underground!
Don’t follow the white rabbit: follow EXT!ZE!
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TRI 379 CD Ext!ze - FallOut Nation album art Ext!ze FallOut Nation(CD, Album, Dig) Trisol TRI 379 CD Germany 2009 Sell This Version
TRI 412 CD Ext!ze - Paradize 2069 album art Ext!ze Paradize 2069(2xCD, Album, Ltd, Dig) Trisol TRI 412 CD Germany 2011 Sell This Version
FFR 011 Ext!ze - Anarchy Engineers album art Extize* Anarchy Engineers (Album) Future Fame FFR 011 Germany 2012 Sell This Version
FFR 023 Ext!ze - Don't Fuck With An Angel album art Extize* Don't Fuck With An Angel (Album) Future Fame FFR 023 Germany 2014 Sell This Version
none Ext!ze - Redneck Industrial album art Extize* Redneck Industrial(CD, Album, Ltd, Dig) darkTunes Music Group none Germany 2016 Sell This Version
none Ext!ze - Hellcome To The Titty Twister Club album art Ext!ze Hellcome To The Titty Twister Club(CD, Album, Ltd) darkTunes Music Group none Germany 2018 Sell This Version

Singles & EPs

TRI 378 CD Ext!ze - Hellektrostar EP album art Ext!ze Hellektrostar EP(CD, EP, Ltd, Dig) Trisol TRI 378 CD Germany 2009 Sell This Version
TRI 400 CD Ext!ze - Gothic Pussy album art Ext!ze Gothic Pussy (EP) Trisol TRI 400 CD Germany 2010 Sell This Version
none Ext!ze - Arschloch EP album art Ext!ze Arschloch EP (EP) Trisol none Germany 2012 Sell This Version
none Ext!ze - Sex, Ducks & Industrial album art Extize* Sex, Ducks & Industrial(7xFile, FLAC, EP) darkTunes Music Group none Germany 2015
none Ext!ze - Gothbusters album art Ext!ze Gothbusters(File, FLAC, Single) darkTunes Music Group none Germany 2017
DTD18SG 012 Ext!ze - Alles Was Ich Will album art Extize* Alles Was Ich Will(3xFile, FLAC, Single) darkTunes Music Group DTD18SG 012 Germany 2018
DTD18SG 028 Ext!ze - Assimilate album art Extize* Feat. Shiv-R Extize* Feat. Shiv-R - Assimilate(3xFile, FLAC, Single) darkTunes Music Group DTD18SG 028 Germany 2018


none Ext!ze - The Forgotten Demos album art Ext!ze The Forgotten Demos(26xFile, FLAC, Comp) darkTunes Music Group none Germany 2015


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July 25, 2016
edited over 5 years ago
When those guys came out they got a lot of hate for their music and the design of the band.
Cyber Goth is hated by many factions and this is just a glorious example why for many. Not for me.

I personally think that this band is quite interesting, even their earlier works. But I am open minded anyway and try everything I can. No clue what is with this idiotic hating nowadays. But Extize's design was just a magnet for it.
Starting with Paradize 2069 they got more attention and respect I think. People respected the work in general because of it's many influences and interesting work of art. Much work and good ideas went into this release. There was a whole well made audiobook made to this album, also with nice artwork and bonus content. Definitely loved it. Their newer works go even more into the experimental direction. Fusing Industrial with Dubstep, Drum & Bass, Rock, Techno and whatnot. There are not really any limits to the band and I enjoy it.
The Industrial Kombat video on YouTube is glorious and well made. It tries to do a humorful reflection of the scene nowadays and it really made me laugh.

The band itself witnessed many changes in the line up. Cyberella was always the fronthead of the band. But some left the band and were replaced by others or others changed their names I think. Also one of the reasons why the sound changed.

By the way, the name of the band is officialy Extize now. Not Ext!ze. They changed it to be more clear because there were often confusions about the "!". So the name in Discogs is no longer accurate. There is already a Extize sub artist but I think I or someone else would have to re-edit every entry to change the name of the artist. Way too much work for me. I don't wanna mess up things anyway. But maybe it is possible with less fuss. I am quite new to Discogs though and miss out on skills...

I will probably do some reviews of the albums in the next time when I have time.
I also added many missing releases. Looks like nobody updated their Discogs entry for years.
Redneck Industrial will come out soon and probably offer something completely new, different and fresh.

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