This creatively named band was formed when the members were studying vocal music together and started busking in the streets of London.
Madra, their first album, is largely a capella, and composed entirely of traditional British songs. Their later releases -- like 1993's Suspiria and 1994's Fairytales of Slavery -- saw the group moving in a more rock/industrial direction, pitting their smooth voices upon layers of distortion, feedback, and heavy drums. Carnival of Souls was released in summer 2000. ~ Heather Phares, Rovi