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A one man project, started in 2007 from scratch. -sihiL is based in Helsinki. The main culprit behind this disgusting noise has already had a past in music, though nothing professional. The music can be described as aggressive, electro-industrial with a modern 80’s sound.

The project has been developing since, going for a more personal style. The first “official” gig was at Lumous Gothic Festival 2009. -sihiL has since gathered more experience performing, and is somewhat known for his energetic stage presence.

The debut EP Collapse was released by the artist himself on Halloween, 2010. -sihiL is looking for a record company at the moment.

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  • Synergie

    Repesin tageille... :C

    18 Nov 2010 Reply
  • HerraTaikasieni

    I find all those random tags rather hilarious :D I mean, who has the energy to do all that :D ja "suomen paskin industrial artisti" on jo aika kova hatunnosto :D

    29 Jun 2010 Reply
  • Dark_YKP

    To be honest, the sound could use some improvement. As for me, I would love more bass in the music. But after all, the current album is a demo. Ignore the haters, they're just mean fucks.

    16 Jan 2010 Reply
  • Lihis-

    Please tag my music more appropriately than those random haters.

    17 Jul 2009 Reply
  • Lihis-

    Seems like I've received some lovely tag-spam. Pay no attention, please.

    8 Jun 2009 Reply