Kill Em All immerses himself in electronic music in 1996 with international artists like The Prodigy or The Chemical Brothers. He fells shortly after to the dark side of the music world by immersing himself into the art of more atmospheric English artists like Amon Tobin , Aphex Twin or Tricky.

Here and there, he decided to become an active protagonist of this music and takes his first turntables in 1998 to play oriented techno sets . En 2001, his taste for more massive rhythmic leads him to the production of hardcore artists like Manu le Malin or Laurent Hô. The industrial and powerfully violent side of this music takes over the rest and Kill Em All becomes one industrial hardcore DJ while retaining its taste for the English style. En 2005, It also looks at the DutcInsound that he had left out so far. The power, always, and the precise accuracy of Dutch artists give him then new tools to shake the dancefloors.

With these various techno influences , industrial and hardcore , Kill Em All becomes equipped to throw rich and complex Dj sets. He appears on many sets alongside many famous artists of the hardcore scene. Especially in major events such as Ground Zero Festival in Bussloo 2009 of which he scored the anthem “Independence Day” and the second edition of Megarave events in France in 2010. He also released a Hide remix of "Audio Revolt" on Hard Kryptic Records.

Kill Em All then puts both feet into production and you will be amazed by his forthcoming release on Party Trax…