Johan Van Roy, Suicide Commando's only member, began experimenting with electronic music back in 1986, heavily influenced by bands like Klinik, Front 242, Skinny Puppy … After releasing several demo tapes Suicide Commando got signed by the german Off Beat label in 1994. That same year Suicide Commando releases its first CD “critical stage”. Shortly after, in 1995, Suicide Commando releases their second album “stored images”, which contains to date one of Van Roy's biggest clubhits “see you in hell”.
Over the years Suicide Commando turned out to be one of the leading acts in the so called electro/industrial scene, being an influence for many new bands on the horizon.
In 2011 Suicide Commando celebrates it’s 25th anniversary, another highly remarkable event in the bands career and history.