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Nerve - Blood & Gold
Reviewed by Fabryka Music Magazine on . The Blood & Gold album was recorded in the fashion of mid-90’s metal and industrial top trends, but it didn’t get as much of response as deserved. There are guitars co-existing with electronics like yin and yang in Nerve’s music. Additionally Phil Mills utilizes amazing sounds when he sings in both ‘angry’ and powerful ways, but at the same time he doesn’t seem comfortable with light choirs. The power of Blood & Gold kills the bad taste of terrible new electro-metal productions from Germany and Italy as well as American remixes.