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Gravity Kills
Gravity Kills
Gravity Kills
Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, Rock, Metal
 

      
   

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All Artists: Gravity Kills
Title: Gravity Kills
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 12
Label: Tvt
Release Date: 3/5/1996
Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, Rock, Metal
Styles: Goth & Industrial, Alternative Metal
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPCs: 016581591028, 0724384251659, 724384251628, 016581591028

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Jewl W. (Jewl) from CORDOVA, TN
Reviewed on 8/18/2009...
I love it!It is one of their best. They just keep getting better with each album.
0 of 1 member(s) found this review helpful.

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One of the best Industrial Rock/Metal albums of all time
Lukas J. Running | Wisconsin | 12/07/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)

"First of all, it is true that they have many similarities to Nine Inch Nails (NIN), whose Trent Reznor,quite frankly, is vastly superior in artistic ability, but also much more difficult for the average listener to get into. Gravity Kills' self-titled debut album is like a album full of radio-friendly NIN songs. While each NIN album is a listening experience like no other, Gravity Kills will not challenge a listener, but they do have this genre down pat. Almost every song on this cd is worthy of radio play, and they actually did have quite a few singles/hit songs on here. There are lots of head-bobbing rhythms and great sing-along choruses. I prefer to listen to these guys when driving or for parties more so than NIN because it is much more streamlined, sing-along friendly, and there is more energy. Now don't get me wrong, because I love NIN as well, but they usually take more of your undivided attention to appreciate. If you can get over the fact that they are potentially NIN rip-offs, you should enjoy this album because it really is one of the best this genre has to offer."
Total throwback
Brian Parkins | Garden Grove, CA USA | 05/03/2008
(5 out of 5 stars)

"By today's standards, this CD is probably sub-par. "Techno-Grunge Industrial Metal/Rock" is pretty much dead, but the CD is very nostalgic. They're kinda like Orgy only more focused on the synthesizer aspect than any of the other instruments in the band. Lyrics aren't too bad, but the sheer volume of the instrumental and the tendency to overpower Jeff's voice kind of forces him to take a back seat, which probably contributed to the fall of the band. Jeff Scheel is a pretty good singer, and it sounds strangely like he took some lessons from Trent Reznor's voice book (most of the singing sounds a lot like "Head Like a Hole"). I loved this CD when it was released, and I still like to give it a listen every once in a while."