Adrian Wallace

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During the mid '90s Adrian Wallace was one half of Usine.

He also fronted the Blackmetal band Lure, and the second live incarnation of Department of Corrections.

He was known for his love of "extreme" sound, both as a producer and a vocalist. He was often asked what effects he used on his vocals, the honest answer to which, was "none". On winning their heat in the Battle of the Bands 1996, Wallace's acceptance "speech" on behalf of D.O.C was earsplitting white-noise.

He left Hamilton during the late '90s for Wellington and has since been responsible for the dark ambient project Field of Vapour.

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