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Album Review

The industrial supergroup led by percussionists Martin Atkins and William Riefin made a strong impression with this dark but humorous album. Both musicians adapt to whatever style of music their guest vocalist is suited for, which is the primary reason that this album is consistently interesting. David Yow of the Jesus Lizard yammers his way through both mixes of "The Bushmaster," while Wax Trax alums Chris Connelly, Ogre, and En Esch contribute their own styles of mayhem. But best of all is Trent Reznor's irony-free singing over the oddly funky "Suck." The noise can sometimes be abrasive, but for the most part this is a solid, well-intentioned side project in a genre that often produces generic results.

Biography

Formed: 1990

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Pigface is an industrial music collective directed by remixer/producer/drummer Martin Atkins, who prior to forming the group in 1990, had lent his talents to such outfits as Public Image Ltd., Ministry, Nine Inch Nails, and Killing Joke, as well as heading his own record label, Invisible. During Ministry's 1989-1990 tour in support of their classic The Mind Is a Terrible Thing to Taste album, Atkins came up with the idea of Pigface along with then-Ministry drummer Bill Rieflin. For each album, Atkins...
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