PAIL - Towards Nowhere
Electro-Industrial, Dark Electro PAIL is a one man project by the Spanish gentlemen Manix from the city Vitoria-Gasteiz. He is influenced by artists like Front Line Assembly, Wumpscut and Suicide Commando. Earlier PAIL has released a full-length album called 'Epedemic' and in 2004 he released his second album 'Towards Nowhere'. That's the album we are going to take a closer look at in this review.

The first thing that strikes me is that this bands logo is extremely similar to Nine Inch Nails logotype with its font and design. Take a look for yourselves and see what you think.

PAIL focus his industrial electro in powerful melodies and sing for the most in English, but every now and then some words in Spanish shows up. PAIL is sometimes really good, but just as in my review of Cruciform Injection this month; this album doesn't either leave strong marks. You just don't get that impressed like when you listen to an album with Suicide Commando or Front Line Assembly. Still Manix absolutely have talent and what now what happens in the future?

This review was written 2005 and initially published on Neurozine.com
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PAIL - Towards Nowhere

PAIL is a one man project by the Spanish gentlemen Manix from the city Vitoria-Gasteiz. He is influenced by artists like Front Line Assembly, Wumpscut and Suicide Commando. Earlier PAIL has released a full-length album called 'Epedemic' and in 2004 he released his second album 'Towards Nowhere'. That's the album we are going to take a closer look at in this review.

The first thing that strikes me is that this bands logo is extremely similar to Nine Inch Nails logotype with its font and design. Take a look for yourselves and see what you think.

PAIL focus his industrial electro in powerful melodies and sing for the most in English, but every now and then some words in Spanish shows up. PAIL is sometimes really good, but just as in my review of Cruciform Injection this month; this album doesn't either leave strong marks. You just don't get that impressed like when you listen to an album with Suicide Commando or Front Line Assembly. Still Manix absolutely have talent and what now what happens in the future?

This review was written 2005 and initially published on Neurozine.com
Jan 01 2005

Patrik Lindström

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Founder of Brutal Resonance in 2009, founder of Electroracle and founder of ex Promonetics. Used to write a whole lot for Brutal Resonance and have written over 500 reviews. Nowadays, mostly focusing on the website and paving way for our writers.

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