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8 thoughts on “ Finest Band In The Land - The Nihilist Spasm Band - NSB Live @ Western Front (CD)

  1. Akirisar says:
    Nov 24,  · Nihilist Spasm Band was formed in London, Ontario in and soon became one of the weirdest music collective to the present day. Back in the late ’60s music became flooded with flower power fashion and everyone tried to join a ‘rock’n’roll’ band, but there were still a lot of groups who didn’t care much about the fashion and tried to take their own music to the .
  2. Daishakar says:
    Nihilist was a Swedish death metal band formed in by Nicke Andersson and Alex Hellid. The band split-up in when Johnny Hedlund left to form Unleashed. The remaining members reformed the band under the name Entombed. Nihilist never recorded a full-length album before they renamed as Entombed, but a collection of their demo work was released in
  3. Kajilkis says:
    The Nihilist Spasm Band (NSB) is a Canadian noise band formed in in London, tedtawaljodotitidislinouhuany.coinfo band was founded by Hugh McIntyre, John Clement, John Boyle, Bill Exley, Murray Favro, Archie Leitch, Art Pratten, and Greg tedtawaljodotitidislinouhuany.coinfo has since retired, Curnoe was killed in a bicycle accident in , and McIntyre died of heart failure in Genres: Noise, free improvisation.
  4. What About Me is an energetic celebration of Canada’s legendary experimental noise-music group The Nihilist Spasm Band. What About Me traces the development of the group, from its origins in as a response to ultra-conservative London Ontario, to the tragic death of one of its founding members, artist Greg Curnoe, to their tour of Japan.
  5. Mezijora says:
    The Nihilist Spasm Band was formed in in Ontario (Canada). The members performed blues-rock and free-jazz on home-made instruments: John Boyle (on kazoo, their main instrument), John Clement (on guitar), Bill Exley (on vocals, often via megaphones), Hugh McIntyre (on gut-bucket bass and 3 «string bass), Murray Favro (found percussions), Archie .
  6. Back when most kids their age were in the throes of Beatlemania, an octet of Canadian art-nerds calling themselves The Nihilist Spasm Band rewired the whole notion of popular music for their own twisted ends and created one of the most alarming cacophonies imaginable, especially when you consider they formed in a musical landscape dominated by Elvis, the Beach Boys, and .
  7. Vushicage says:
    Taken from the booklet for Nihilist (), written by Ula Gehret, former Metal Maniacs contributor and current label manager for Century Media: "For a band whose technical lifespan was just over two years, few bands have left more of an indelible impression upon the extreme music scene than Nihilist.

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