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Gravity Kills was an industrial rock band which formed in Jefferson City, Missouri, United States in 1994. First appearing with a demo for Goodbye on the Mortal Kombat movie soundtrack in 1995, they had their first hit single with Guilty off their 1996 debut album Gravity Kills. Further soundtrack appearances on Escape From L.A. and Se7en along with music videos for Guilty, Enough and Blame also helped bring exposure, often having had comparisons drawn to early Nine Inch Nails… read more

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  • Avatar for ZachargyG
    Did anyone ever notice the first and last track on the self titled album have virtually identical background music, only Forward (first track) doesn't have words and Hold does.
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  • Avatar for GackTMN
    Can't believe Guilty still gets radio time.
  • Avatar for starsburnonfire
    I cant believe..I loved this band, in high school. lol. "Guilty" was great electronic rock song. Plus, they were rocking those silver disco pants. Got to love the late 90s. <3
  • Avatar for DiscoJer
    Every industrial rock artist sounds like NiN and vice versa, because genres tend to sound alike, that's why they are genres. But it's only vaguely alike, and it only gets compared to NiN, because that's the most popular, not the most original. These guys were good in their own right. Were the they most original band on Earth? No, but neither is NiN.
  • Avatar for katakis1
    @DrFloccin I just listened to them the first time (listening to my 2nd song ATM) and I found their sound very reminiscent of NIN. Not that that's a bad thing.
  • Avatar for DeValanten
    Dark Dance Party Songs! So full of fuckin' retrospective!
  • Avatar for SpaceGoo
    I MISS THEM [3]
  • Avatar for My_Sharona
    I miss them [2]
  • Avatar for DrFloccin
    they don't sound anything like NIN or KMFDM. get a clue, earl.

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