Industrial hardcore rockers Tim Skold (Marilyn Manson) and Nero Bellum (Psyclon Nine) have teamed up for a new album titled "Not My God." It features thirteen tracks, beginning with the pulsating beats of "Fiction" and the crunchy tone of "Until The Pain Is Gone." The monotone vocals of "Murder Suicide" and the sonic soundwaves of "Equalizer" showcase the depths that Skold and Bellum are willing to stretch their musical boundaries. The intensity continues to build during the rage of "Birthright," along with the pounding rhythm of "First Blood," as the duo continue to excite you with their Industrial prowess. Tim Skold and Nero Bellum finish their new album with the dark love song to "Persephone" and the eerie, horror-movie vibe of "13." To find out more about this new collaboration between Tim Skold and Nero Bellum, please visit cleorecs.com.
Art rock icon Gary Wilson recently released his new studio album "Tormented" back on February 14th. It features sixteen tracks that will try and give you even further insight into the musical mind of Gary Wilson. After a short psychedelic introduction, Wilson becomes playful with the light-hearted melody of " To My Girl." He gets a little bluesy (in an odd way) with "You Looked Cool In Outer Space," before lifting the mood and quickening the pace of "Midnight And You." The jazzy piano piece of "The Wind And The Trees" leads you down the path to the album's lead single "Gary Lives In The Twilight Zone," which becomes very addictive with its steady rhythm and repetitive chorus. Gary Wilson wraps up his new album with the funky beats of "Where Is Linda" and the story-telling of "A Sad Town." To find out more about Gary Wilson and his latest release "Tormented," please visit cleorecs.com.