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Xome is a harsh noise music project conceived and operated by Bob Scott. Xome first started experimenting with dissonant forms of music in 1989 but the first organized live performance in Tokyo in 1994 marks the true activation of the project. Now based in Sacramento, CA, Xome has evolved into a highly refined and extremely harsh noise music unit by means of improvised manipulation of sound generating and processing equipment.

Past Xome performances have shared the same bill with artists such as Incapacitants, C.C.C.C., Killer Bug, Merzbow, Otomo Yoshihide, Seiichi Yamamoto, (Boredoms, Omoide Hatoba), Violent Onsen Geisha, Pain Jerk, Death Squad, Government Alpha, TV Pow, Daniel Menche, Kazumoto Endo, K2, Emil Beaulieau, Melt Banana, MSBR, Stimbox, Prurient, Thomas Dimuzio, Cock E.S.P., Pedestrian Deposit, Black Leather Jesus, T.E.F., Sickness, Pop Culture Rape Victim, Vertonen, Guilty Connector and many, many more.

Xome has over 45 audio and video releases from several different music labels.

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Other news:
The latest release from Xome is available entitled "Separation Anxiety".

Xome presents the world with an earful of reverse technology driven harsh dissonance that includes top shelf suppressed memory induced waves of cacophony. All species will agree that we can and will enjoy our place on our dot in the universe that we call home. Just to keep the audio production on the virtuous side, five narrated short stories are annexed to keep the listener happy as the day is long. Contact: Negatron Heavy Industries.
Release on C.I.P. called Deluxe Incinerator. Triple 3 inch CD featuring work by Sixes, Goat and Xome.
Xome has one side of one LP on the California 10LP box set. Many cool Californy artists can be heard. Check out the Troniks site for more info.
Check out a video containing live footage as well as interview footage of Stimbox and Xome.

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Funny funny. Check out what the Xome web site looked like in June 1996. Click here to open.