|Also known as Robochrist|
Name Chris Catalyst
Genres Rock, punk, pop
Record label Wrath Records
Labels Wrath Records
|Born February 11, 1980 (age 35)Beverley, East Riding of Yorkshire, England (1980-02-11) |
Instruments Guitar, bass, vocals, piano, trombone
Associated acts Eureka Machines, The Sisters of Mercy, Mariachi El Bronx, Robochrist, The Scaramanga Six, AntiProduct, Ginger
Music groups The Sisters of Mercy (Since 2005), Eureka Machines, AntiProduct
Albums Some Boys Wander By Mistake, Original Album Series, Remain in Hope, Consume and Die The Rest
Similar People Ben Christo, Andrew Eldritch, Gary Marx, Patricia Morrison, Craig Adams
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Chris Catalyst (born 11 February 1980) has been the guitarist and bass player from various British and American rock bands over the past decade, including The Sisters of Mercy, Ugly Kid Joe, Ginger Wildheart, Mariachi El Bronx, The Dead Pets, Pato Banton, Rankin Roger, AntiProduct and his own band Eureka Machines, as well as stints playing keyboards for Terrorvision and The Scaramanga Six.
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He was also known as Robochrist, a solo industrial comedy act with face paint and props which he used to perform, but is now on hold for the time being.
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He was born in Beverley, East Riding of Yorkshire, England and now lives in Leeds, West Yorkshire, England. He has played in many varied bands, including Catylyst, Mr Shiraz, The Dead Pets, Robochrist, The Sisters of Mercy, Mi Mye (also featuring Whiskas of ¡Forward, Russia!, Napoleon IIIrd and Jamie Lockhart), Ginger of The Wildhearts, AntiProduct, Clam Abuse, and Ben Graves from Murderdolls and dope), Napoleon IIIrd, The Scaramanga Six, Mariachi El Bronx and The God Damn Whores (with Ginger of The Wildhearts, and Jon Poole of Cardiacs). He is also rumoured to be a 'Nameless Ghoul' in the band Ghost during the popstar tour of 2017
He is currently fronting his own pop-rock act called Eureka Machines, who released their debut album Do Or Die on 1 September 2008, and the single "Everyone Loves You" on 4 May 2009. Their second album, Champion the Underdog, was released in May 2011, and third album Remain In Hope – funded by a successful PledgeMusic campaign – was released in February 2013. Consequently, a further PledgeMusic campaign for their fourth album Brain Waves followed in 2014/15 resulting in the album released on 11 March 2015.
Catalyst released a solo album Life Is Often Brilliant in 2017 via a PledgeMusic campaign. This was launched with a sold out gig at the Brudenell Social Club on his birthday.