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Album Review

Signing to a major label (Slipdisc/Mercury) has not seemed to calm the pent-up anger and aggression in Nihil's latest release, Drown. Singer/programmer Scott Crowley has said that the album was written and recorded with no outside influence, that the band just followed their own instincts. Still, traces of many well-known techno-rock artists (Ministry, Stabbing Westward, Marilyn Manson) can be heard in Nihil's songs. Growled vocals are merged with heavy electronics, with eerie sections added to boot (as heard in the track "Lost"). Even though the majority of the songs are electronically-based ("God," "Nowhere To Hide," etc.), guitar is what drives the majority of the tracks ("Shift," "Trust"). Although it's been mostly heard before, Nihil's Drown will please the majority of electro-rock fans, nonetheless.

Biography

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s

Nihil is a three-piece band — Scott Crowley on vocals and programming, Vanessa Urso on keyboards and Tony Richey on bass — whose sound could be compared to many of the bands they've toured with: the Electric Hellfire Club, Godflesh, Cubanate, and other electro-rock outfits. Crowley founded the band himself, in his hometown of Phoenix, AZ, back in 1994. After assembling the band, the group hooked up with producer Neil Kernon (who has worked with David Bowie, Queensryche, and labelmates...
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