Nothingface - An Audio Guide to Everyday Atrocity mp3 downloadPerformer: Nothingface
Title: An Audio Guide to Everyday Atrocity
Style: Alternative Metal,Heavy Metal
Location: Private Playboy Club, Baltimore, MD
Released: September 22, 1998
Size MP3 version: 1217 mb
Size FLAC version: 1987 mb
Size WMA version: 1481 mb
Format: APE ADX DXD MOD MIDI WMA
Genre: Pop Rock
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An Audio Guide to Everyday Atrocity is the second album by the Washington, . based alternative metal music group Nothingface. The album was released on September 22, 1998, via DCide/Mayhem Records. The main guitar riff from "I, Diablo" originally appeared in "Prayer", an early Nothingface song from their 1994 demo Braid. The song "Breathe Out" had also been performed earlier in 1997, while the band were touring in support of their debut Pacifier
Nothingface chronology. An Audio Guide to Everyday Atrocity (1998). The album's sound has been compared in the media to bands such as Clutch, Helmet and Pantera, unlike their debut Pacifier, which mainly drew comparisons to the band Korn. All lyrics written by Matt Holt; all music composed by Nothingface.
This album has an average beat per minute of 124 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 77/175 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist An Audio Guide to Everyday Atrocity. BPM Profile An Audio Guide to Everyday Atrocity. Album starts at 110BPM, ends at 77BPM (-33), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Nothingface.
Album by Nothingface. Breathe Out. Error In Excellence. MusicBrainz: An Audio Guide To Everyday Atrocity. this site: An Audio Guide To Everyday Atrocity.
Nothingface was a metal band that came a long way during their short existence. The started as a typical, if not slightly below average, Nü-Metal band and evolved into a more groove-based metal band. Their first offering was slightly annoying, as it was only a very standard offering within the realms of the genre, with terribly repetitive and predictable song structures. The album starts off a bit on the heavier side, with a simplistic, yet effective, drum/guitar accompaniment that leads into the main riff that yet again isn't remarkably technical, but gets the job done. The next thing introduced is the vocalist, who is surprisingly good. He has a very "full" scream that is, for the most part, completely decipherable, and he also has a smooth singing voice that is very satisfying, especially considering the genre they were confined to.
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|1||Goldtooth Bill Gaal / Matt Holt / Chris Houck / Tom Maxwell / Nothingface||Nothingface||4:21|
|2||Grinning Bill Gaal / Matt Holt / Chris Houck / Tom Maxwell / Nothingface||Nothingface||3:20|
|3||So Few Bill Gaal / Matt Holt / Chris Houck / Tom Maxwell / Nothingface||Nothingface||4:11|
|4||Villains Bill Gaal / Matt Holt / Chris Houck / Tom Maxwell / Nothingface||Nothingface||3:28|
|5||Sleeper Bill Gaal / Matt Holt / Chris Houck / Tom Maxwell / Nothingface||Nothingface||4:44|
|6||Breathe Out Bill Gaal / Matt Holt / Chris Houck / Tom Maxwell / Nothingface||Nothingface||3:39|
|7||Error in Excellence Bill Gaal / Matt Holt / Chris Houck / Tom Maxwell / Nothingface||Nothingface||4:19|
|8||I, Diablo Bill Gaal / Matt Holt / Chris Houck / Tom Maxwell / Nothingface||Nothingface||4:09|
|9||The Sick Bill Gaal / Matt Holt / Chris Houck / Tom Maxwell / Nothingface||Nothingface||5:45|
CreditsTom Baker - Mastering
Bill Gaal - Composer, Guitar (Bass)
Sam Holden - Photography
Matt Holt - Composer, Vocals
Chris Houck - Composer, Drums
Tom Maxwell - Composer, Guitar, Guitar (Electric)
Drew Mazurek - Engineer, Mixing, Producer
Nothingface - Composer, Cover Art Concept, Primary Artist, Producer
Mike Rippe - Mixing Assistant