The short-lived alt-industrial metal duo Skin Chamber consisted of a pair of members from New York's Controlled Bleeding: Paul Lemos and Chris Moriarity. While Controlled Bleeding was on hold due to a label dispute with their former record label, Wax Trax!, the duo decided to form a side project to vent their pent-up anger. A deal with Roadrunner Records quickly resulted, as the duo issued a pair of releases for the label, 1991's Wound and 1993's Tail, before splitting up the project and returning back to Controlled Bleeding. Despite a short recording career, many industrial/thrash metallists point to Wound as one of the genre's most overlooked and admired releases of the decade.
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