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When SKiN GRAFT released the Killmen’s sophomore album, “Face of Collapse”, that genre had its touchstone.“ - Excerpt from Aaron Burgess’ liner notes Nick Sakes, Darin Gray and Blake Fleming formed Dazzling Killmen just outside of St. Louis, Missouri in
Face of Collapse: Special Edition by Dazzling Killmen, released 11 November 1. Staring Contest (remastered) 2. Bone Fragments (remastered) 3. My Lacerations (remastered) 4. Blown (Face Down) (remastered) 5. Windshear (remastered) 6. Painless One (remastered) 7. In The Face Of Collapse (remastered) 8. Agitator (remastered) 9.
Jan 02, · At the same time, they sounded a whole lot scarier. Sakes' unhinged vocals can raise the hairs on your neck. The band's razor-sharp rhythmic twists and turns can induce vertigo. With "Face of Collapse," the Dazzling Killmen set the bar for maniacally-intense, technically demanding, agitated rock (with soul!) really high/5(7).
AllMusic Review by Henry M. Shteamer [+] Dazzling Killmen made some extremely intense and unique rock music in the early '90s and Face of Collapse is the high point in their brief discography. Their sound clearly draws on hardcore punk, but the funky, jazz fusion-influenced rhythm section, comprised of 8/