The Techtronic Rocket Society was formed by three artists who wanted to create an all-encompassing name to a group of people with diverse creative talent. The Techtronic Rocket Society is an umbrella to a wealth of creative power that stretches from filmmaking, to graphic design, to music, and everywhere in between. The artists of Techtronic Rocket Society have been involved in creating top-honored extreme sports videos in motocross, BMX, and mountain biking. They have completely undertaken various music videos, and most recently, a feature length documentary that is to be released worldwide this fall. The gamut stretches to video game commercials for Warner Bros, DVD authoring for major record labels, skateboard companies, and clothing companies, published feature photographic journals in nationally circulated magazines, and prop design for film and television.

This site, under construction, will be used to bring all the many facets of Techtronic Rocket Society under one roof. Each and every project will have a home on this site along with everything the individuals have accomplished in their own-right. The goal is to further introduce to the world, when you bring TRS to your project; THIS is the creative power you are signing on. Not just editing, cinematography, or graphic design; not just directors, music engineers, or set designers; not just one, but the Techtronic Rocket Society.

In the meantime, head over to The Dehumanizing Process Website to see a trailer of the latest feature length music documentary, "The Dehumanizing Process"

Feel free to contact us at info@trsociety.com

The Dehumanizing Process: Read The Reviews

Kerrang UK (Magazine)

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The Aquarian (Magazine)

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Metal Hammer UK (Magazine)

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DomainCleveland.com (Website)

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Cleveland Scene.com (Magazine/Website)

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Cleveland Free Times (Magazine/Website)

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MTV.com (Website)

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BlogCritics.org (Website)

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HitThePit.com (Website)

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MetalRage.com (Website)

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Planet Loud (Website)

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Lords of Metal (Website)

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Vampire Magazine (Website)

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VideoFlicks.ca (Website)

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Roar Ezine (Website)

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