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Fear of Dolls


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More psychological than musical, Fear of Dolls created a sound bordering on the absurd. The combination of noise and nonsense, any and all things childish, exaggerated, and irrational, resulted in an incredible cacophony that could transport you back to a time when you still believed monsters lived under your bed. With that, we simply wrote and played music without a care in the world, finding strange joys and comforts in the confusion that was often instilled upon the innocent bystanders who found themselves within our aural walls. The ground often trembled with an emotionally threatening, dark, ambient noise. Formed in 1995 by Greg Forschler, the music and members have been constantly shifting and evolving ever since, and degenerating, yet breathing in various forms, since 2001, into a perpetual state of uncertainty and flux. The band has had two distinct singers amongst its often ambiguous personnel changes, and is currently fronted by Greg and vocalist Bonni, who joined in 2000 along with her doll Chatty Patty. Shows are a rare surprise, and recordings still continue to surface. This may be the end, or the beginning.

Currently Fear of Dolls are Greg Forschler (guitar, bass guitar, toys, other) and Bonni Suval (vocals, xylophone, toys).


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  • beketaten

    More like BEST band description ever. It made me want to listen to them.

    8 Jan 2012 Reply
  • justmatornot

    I just came from my first experience, this is just...

    12 Dec 2011 Reply
  • PenisLightning

    dumbest band description ever?

    13 Apr 2010 Reply
  • Tediohead

    My number one! Since 1999. Love it. Really. Amazing job, Greg. Hugs, Amanda

    9 Sep 2008 Reply
  • Ponciac

    I used to, years ago. Bleeding on Her Wings, Persephone is scratching, and others. Unfortunately I don't have them anymore. I believe I downloaded them from Audiogalaxy, circa 2001.

    17 Jul 2008 Reply
  • konigindestraum

    If anybody has live tracks, I would LOVE to get some.

    1 Apr 2006 Reply

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