Perversion by Gravity Kills
Gravity Kills: Jeff Scheel, Kurt Kerns, Matt Dudenhoeffer, Doug Firley. Recorded at: Mr. Blood, Upper Room Studios, Saint Louis, Missouri.... Read More
Gravity Kills: Jeff Scheel, Kurt Kerns, Matt Dudenhoeffer, Doug Firley. Recorded at: Mr. Blood, Upper Room Studios, Saint Louis, Missouri. Audio Mixer: Gary Townsley. Recording information: Mr. Blood, St. Louis, MO; Upper Room Studio, St. Louis, MO. Unknown Contributor Roles: Matt Dudenhoffer; Kurt Kerns; Jeff Scheel. Following 1996's self-titled release, Gravity Kills continues to be a major player in the "pop industrial" genre. PERVERSION is released on TVT Records, Trent Reznor's label, and his influence is all over it. This is angry synth rock at its best, though there is variety also--"Drown" has a dance hook that temporarily diverts from the gloom, and "Alive" leans towards metal. "Falling" has a catchy electronic beat fueled by a great bassline. Though obviously disciples of Reznor's Nine Inch Nails, these guys definitely have what it takes to kick it on their own. Gravity Kill's lyrics touch basic human emotions and endow their music with universality, focusing on lust, anger and alienation. Much... Minimize
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|Number of Discs||1|
|Record Label||TVT Records (Dist.)|
|Genre||Rock and Pop|
|Release Date||May 26, 1998|
|Song List: Disc 1|
|Song List: Disc 1||
Product Review Summary
3 Reviews from Epinions.com
Apr 30, 2000
I'm a Pervert.
Pros: Catchy Tunes...Industrial Rhythms...Unique Sound
Cons: Slow Songs...Some odd Songs... Read More at Epinions.com
Jun 30, 2001
Perversion: I rightfully Wanted this
Pros: If you want straightforward pop-industrial, this is a good-but-not-essential record.
Cons: Lyrical booklet unparallel with track sequence, occasional flaws