Razorface was an "industrial" electronic rock group consisting of Steve Duda and Patrick Anding from in Santa Cruz in 1995. Though only creating a small number of tracks between 1995-1996, Razorface's music was featured on the IUMA compliations CD Crunchy Smacks.  The band stopped working in 1997 when Steve moved to New Orleans to work with Nine Inch Nails and Patrick moved to New York City to work for Chris Blackwell (founder of Island Record). Razorface was inactive until 2003 when they released 3 remixes of the renowned Japanese hardcore band The Mad Capsule Markets for the soundtrack of the underground British art film,The Last Minute - directed by Stephen Norrington  (Blade, League of Extraordinary Gentleman).