The group released their demo, Basic Pain Procedure in 1983, but it was two years until they met PWL producer Phil Harding, who produced their 1985 debut single "Isn't It Funny How Your Body Works?" and helped them set up their own label, Power Of Voice Communications. The band at the time was inspired by the post-punk scene and specifically acts like "Siouxsie and the Banshees, Killing Joke and Bauhaus who were having a big influence on us, in some ways stylistically but also in the energy that they gave".
They released three more singles on their own label, "Warsaw Ghetto" (1985), "Warsaw Ghetto Remixes" (1986) and "Let Your Body Learn" (1986), before signing to Mute Records in 1986. The singles "Murderous" (1986) and "Let Your Body Learn" (1987) followed, building their reputation in the Industrial Rock, Electronic Body Music and Hard Beat scenes, as well as making inroads into the developing Chicago House scene.
"Join In The Chant" (1987) became part of the Balearic beat scene that influenced the UK acid house scene.
Daniel Myer's new project Liebknecht combines his many aliases into a well composed vision of techno soundscapes. Taking his background from Rendered, Haujobb, Architect & influences from the current Clubscene, he has created an epic journey that is distinctly his own. Daniel's recent debut, "ICE Over Erfurt" on Lenny Dee's techno imprint (Hard Electronic) has been getting support from Thomas P Heckman, Black Asteroid, Aquarian & Deapmash, Alessandro Adriani, The Hacker. His forthcoming EP on Hard Electronic will be released late April, just in time for his tour support for the legendary Nitzer Ebb.