|Origin||Portland, Oregon (early); Los Angeles, California (after), United States|
|Associated acts||H3llb3nt, Ringer, Graphic, Black December|
|Past members||Mike Peoples|
16volt are an industrial rock band featuring Eric Powell with other performers added for live shows. The band is featured in the opening scene of the PlayStation 2 game Primal, and contributed nine songs to the game's soundtrack. The band is currently writing songs for a new record and is set enter the recording studio with producer Marc Jordan in early 2016.
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- Wisdom (1993)
- Skin (1994)
- LetDownCrush (1996)
- SuperCoolNothing (1998)
- Demography (2000) - This is a collection of early (pre-'Wisdom') demo work, including the entire Imitation cassette (1991).
- SuperCoolNothing V2.0 (2002)
- The Best of Sixteen Volt (2005)
- FullBlackHabit (2007)
- American Porn Songs (2009)
- American Porn Songs: Remixed (Metropolis Records) (2010)
- Beating Dead Horses (2011)
- The Negative Space (2016)
Singles / EPs
- The Dreams That Rot in Your Heart (1996)
- The Remix Wars: Strike 3 – 16 Volt vs. Hate Dept (21st Circuitry) (1996)
- Dead on Arrivals (2017)
- Shut Up Kitty (1993)
- Command & Conquer: Red Army - Special Edition Soundtrack (ltd. German edition) (1997)
- Don't Blow Your Cover: A Tribute to KMFDM (2000)
- Covered In Nails: A Tribute To Nine Inch Nails (2000)
- A Gothic–Industrial Tribute to the Smashing Pumpkins (2001)
- Various Artists - Hordes of the Elite (Glitch Mode Recordings) (2006)
- Rock Whore vs. Dance Floor (2006)
- CrackNation: Escape from Earth CrackNation Records (2006)
- Songs from the Hydrogen Bar (2007)
- TPCM2: Judgement Day Remixing The Massacre (2008)
- Electronic Saviors: Industrial Music To Cure Cancer (2010)
- Metropolis 2011 Sampler (Metropolis Records) (2011)
- "Interview with 16Volt". Vampirefreaks.com. Retrieved 2012-10-26.
- "Interview with Mike Peoples of 16Volt". Church of Hive. Archived from the original on 2012-03-15. Retrieved 2012-10-26.
- "Metropolis Records // Artists // 16Volt". Metropolis-records.com. Retrieved 2012-10-26.
- Bishop, Sam (2003-01-19). "Primal Ships". TotalPlayStation. Archived from the original on 2016-04-19. Retrieved 2015-01-31.
Primal features extensive musical contributions from LA rockers 16 Volt, who donated nine tracks to the game, three created exclusively for the game.
- "Various - Covered In Nails: A Tribute To Nine Inch Nails (CD) at Discogs".