Cryogenica are a four piece, electro-goth rock band influenced by Killing Joke, Nine Inch Nails, Depeche Mode and Siouxsie Sioux (to name a few) and based in London.
They formed under the name “I Am No One” in 2006 and released their debut album worldwide digitally and independently in the same year. In March 2007, they played their debut gig at Madame JoJo’s in London to a sell out crowd. Following a name change to “Cryogenica” in 2008 and a performance at the Black Planet club, they were nominated for a NME Indy Award in the ‘Best Alternative Category’. In 2009, they released “Redux”, an EP of re-worked versions of songs from their debut album. Re-Gen magazine described this EP as evolving their “previous sound into something with more substance and distinctiveness” and it received positive reviews in Sphere and Devolution magazines.
In 2010 they released “Re-Animation” and were joined by former UK Subs & Judda guitarist, Scott Snowden. They performed as a three piece to promote their "Re-Animation" album with which Nocturnal Magazine (2010) described as possessing “a truly unique sound” and “one hell of a calling card”. They independently re-mastered and re-released their debut album in 2012.
Their third album “from the shadows” was released 25th October 2014 and draws upon inspirations from the goth, industrial, electronic, shoegaze and rock genres whilst also subtly drawing on horror movie soundtracks for additional ambiance. The album was written and produced by Cryogenica, mixed and mastered by Reza Udhin (of Killing Joke) at Cryonica Studios and distributed by Resurrection Records.
Cryogenica released their "Utopia" EP in May 2017 and welcomed former Fields of the Nephilim bassist John Carter into the band.
They are currently booking shows across the UK and Europe.