His reputation as a highly virtuosic hyperspeed drummer was well-earned during his worldwide tour with black metal band Liturgy (with whom he released the albums Renihilation, Aesthethica and The Art Work). After departing that band, Greg Fox dedicated himself to cross-genre collaborations for example with Australian composer Ben Frost, New York jazz noise project Zs and bass saxophonist Colin Stetson. All of these projects are shaped by his will to constantly challenge himself artistically.
The same could be said about his studies with legendary drummer Milford Graves which represented a turning point in his artistic work. With Graves, Fox produced MIDI-controlled music based on triplet rhythms of his own heartbeat. This resulted in his first solo album "Mitral Transmission" (2014). Inspired by his passion to harmonise percussion beats with organic sounds and modern technology, Greg Fox started to work with the hardware/software system Sensory Percussion, with which he triggers and modulates self-developed sounds (synthetic sounds or field recordings) via his drumset. The acoustic drumkit thus becomes a sensory interface for communication with his audience.