Nevers Blessing

Nevers Blessing

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Industrial Strength Metal Beyond the Next Level...the perfect blend of industrial, metal, and electronica. Think Nine Inch Nails meets Ministry meets The Crystal Method...plus power tools and violin.

Biography

Nevers Blessing...a strange and unusal art form that must be kept under lock and key. Releasing this musically destructive force would be catastrophic. The chaotic impulses created by this distorted electronic group cannot be measured with conventional human perception devices. If one should fall victim to this live, luminous freak show performance, do not panic or seek shelter--simply become one with the audio, release your inner robot, and indulge in all your sins...

Originally formed in 1991, this three-piece metal band was only the beginning of this never-ending rollercoaster of doom. The band's journey over the years has brought them through the recording studio five times and to perform with many nationally recognized music acts. Stronger than a robot's pulse, the electronic beat will move your body like never before. With over 2 hours of music, one can expect to hear originals and covers influenced by: Nine Inch Nails, Rob Zombie, Static-X, Devo, Flock of Seagulls, Berlin, Rammstein, Marilyn Manson, Korn, Beastie Boys, Slipknot, Alice in Chains, Ministry, and KMFDM.

Nevers Blessing has mutated into an evilutionary industrial freak show, leaving only one surviving humaniod--Warrior. With the addition of live performance members Violet and Crisis, this 3-piece group dominates the stage with its relentless energy and unpredictable use of props. Armed with an intense arsenal of lasers and numerous luminous chaos devices, Nevers Blessing delivers a performance beyond your wildest dreams and leaves images in your mind that will make you enjoy your nightmares.

Discography

"Nevers Blessing" (EP 1992),"Shades of Grey" (EP 1996), "Crowd of One" (EP 2003). Air play on 91.7 WSHS in Sheboygan, WI.

Set List

A typical NB set list contains approximately 1 hour of 75% original music, the rest being mostly 80's-themed covers/remakes (although there are some 90's tunes as well). Examples include: "Closer" by NIN, Devo's "Whip It, " Metro" by Berlin, "Hey Man, Nice Shot" by Filter, "Push It" by Static-X, and
Slayer's "Seasons in the Abyss."