Montreal-based industrial rock group, Projekt F, are well-known for their emotionally intense music and powerful stage theatrics. Founded in 2009, the band is comprised of lead singer and main composer Jonh M. Miller and bassist William Hicks.

Coined by one reviewer as “the heavy brother of Nine Inch Nails”, Projekt F have over the years evolved into a group that commands as much visual attention as it does musical. They have played to audiences in Canada and the United States, sharing the stage with internationally known artists such as Motionless in White, Combichrist, Dope, and many more. They have also played a variety of festivals in North America, including Kinetik Festival, Montreal Fetish Week-End, GothFest, among others.

In addition to Projekt F’s live performances, their song “Oophorectomy” was featured in the 2013 Cannes Film Festival short movie “Purpl Love” (Les Films de la Meute), and they appeared in a science-fiction TV pilot, performing their song ‘’Room 13’’.

Projekt F’s music has been played by radio stations around the world. To date they have released 1 album and 4 EPs, to numerous rave reviews. “Stunning”, “powerful”, and “brilliant” are just some of the many words that have been used to describe the music of Projekt F – a band with an all-consuming dedication to musical excellence and vivid live experiences.