HypoFixx is an industrial, dark trance, and former metal project founded by Carlos Marzano in 2000 and based out of New York City. The first HypoFixx release was a single, "I'll Never Be", in 2002; an album, From Man to Machine, followed in 2003. Later that year, HypoFixx appeared on the Kuma-Chan Records release Hot Hands: A Tribute to Throwing Muses & Kristin Hersh, which included a guitar industrial cover of "Bright Yellow Gun." "Shattered from the Inside" was released as a single in April 2006, and a second album, After December, came out the following year. A compilation DVD was released in May 2005. In 2010, HypoFixx released a digital single called "My Resurrection" which contained two remixes of the title track. In 2008, the project took a break from production and performing and was on hiatus for three years until the release of "The Sixth Permutation" in 2011. In 2015, with the addition of band member Cliff Cage, a single was released called "Destroy This Nation" as was a retrospective album entitled "Postmechanical Retrospective (2002-2012)." The project has continued to release new material, including a remix single covering INXS's "Don't Change" and is currently in the studio, recording a full-length album to be released on Lashdigit Records NYC. HypoFixx has worked with artists such as Razed In Black, Terrorfakt, Assemblage 23, Imperative Reaction, Anti-Mechanism, Ego Likeness, Prometheus Burning, Interface, Cervello Elettronico, Andrako, Hazmat, Mindless Faith and Neikka RPM.