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Drown |Slipdisc/Mercury, 1998|

Under Me, Lost, Hear Me Vol2, Nowhere to Hide, God, Shift, Everything, Should Die, Echo, Tear, Hole, Trust, Hear Me Vol.1, One Twenty-One, Hold Me Back, Someone Somewhere


For all fans of angry industrial rock/metal from the borderline of Pitchshifter, Rorschach Test, Skrew or Skinny Puppy. The music is sometimes like a wild animal and sometimes rolls like a steam roller. Extraordinary songs like Hold Me Back, Nowhere To Hide, Shift, Hear Me Vol.1 or Should Die should attract you forever to the band. (NINa)


Hollow |Slipdisc, 2001|

Discipline, Nothing, Something Real, Jaded, The Only One, Scabs, Dressed in White, Metro, Diffirent State, Final


There is only Nothing what attracted me from the very beginning, a song full of irony, aggression and a rebel. You can hear also such good songs like Something Real with guitar riffs like used by Sepultura or Korn and the The Only One song refers to nu metal style of music. Seems like Hollow tries to reconsile industrial rock with nu metal style. Nihils shows it is possible without wasting time for a compromises. The only song what doesn't fit there is Metro, I suspect a joke. The most radical song is Final. (NINa)


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