Testkard 225

Testkard 225

further member: Daniel Beller

Started in the 80's and continuing to the 90's Testkard 225 was mainly an alias of journalist Daniel Beller. Creating hard to digest industrial music in times where this music was almost unknown in israel, and wasn't welcome when heard. Also it is true that it was the first output that Har El Persky was involved in, his and Yariv Malka and Rafael Mizrahi's membership was casual and minor. Har El left the group because he wanted to focus on trance and beller didn't want to, despite this Har El and Mizrahi did one live show of goa trance before they stopped using this name. The project continued however with beller alone releasing four tapes all in all. Two other unreleased albums, the first with DXM (4) and the second with Duralex Sedlex were supposed to be released but came to a halt in the creative stage because of life circumstances. The project was disbanded completely in the ninetees for reasons of state imposed censorship (a reason not unfamiliar to industrial musicians) and various other reasons.


Testkard 225 Discography Tracks


none Testkard 225 Pictures Of The Dead At Antietam(Cass, Album) Not On Label none Israel 1988 Sell This Version