Burning Cyborg is a side project by Berlin based Airborne Drumz, they use both electronics and guitars:https://airbornedrumz.bandcamp.com/album/entering-digital-infinity
>Burning Cyborg - Binary Injectionhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=erlxkLvB7Ig
Then there's Maruosa from Tokyo. He claimed in an interview that the Cybergrind scene is allegedly internationally significant. Well, a few years he held a performance in Berlin in front of 20 people. Doesn't sound significant to me, in terms of meatspace exposure (Nothing against the artist or the music. It's just that his commentary doesn't hold truth in such a case). Stylewise, his material overlaps with soykafcore (POS, for example).
>Maruosa - モンスターズ・ハイ!!! - Monsters High!!!https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nv8zXnU4678
Maruosa's albmu Extream on Grindcorekaraoke:http://grindcorekaraoke.com/album/exstream
Considering the genre's overall visual aesthetics, there's a wicked play with colourfulness prevalent. Like heaps of gore in flashy pink, green, yellow and purple.>>6316>Divtech
Definitely my thing. I'd say that his work is merely Cybergrind influenced. I wouldn't initially describe it with that label while comparing his output to that of artists who defined this kind of music. Maybe Divtech stretches the genre into another direction. Minding the abrasiveness, the use of electronics and the subject matter that is surrounded by his lyrics, the term 'Cybergrind' itself would fit, though. From such a perspective, you can say that David Divtech managed to really put his own style onto the genre, though. Categorizing music can be a bit tricky.
inb4 "don't care about genres, just enjoy the music, duuuuude": fuarrrk that! Defining music by genres is fun!