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Three artists have used the name Scorn:

1. Scorn was an Electronic / Dub / Experimental outfit fronted by Mick Harris (and from 1992 to 1994, Nik Bullen). On November 10th of 2011, Mick stated Scorn was put to bed.
Since 1994 Scorn has been the one-man project of former Napalm Death drummer Mick Harris. Musically, much of the output has been minimalist beats with an emphasis on very deep basslines, often resembling…

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  • "Mick Harris no longer making music is the 2nd worst thing to happen in the 21st Century." he is fishing...
  • Mick Harris/Genius. For me he's one of the influential music-makers and first of all the creator of album Evanescence ;-P
  • Mick Harris no longer making music is the 2nd worst thing to happen in the 21st Century. x [2]
  • Mənə, magistr üçün
  • Among the living, have to live among them, shadows drifting by, as cruel as death.
  • Among the living, shadows of murder, have to live among them, as cruel as death.
  • Among the living, rooms break like glass, revealing eye, as cruel as death.
  • Thanks for translation Nochek!
  • Here are excerpts from an interview with Harris for Russian-language website. Unfortunately the original only on Russian language and this is my attempt to translate only a few quotes from it. "My music has nothing related with dubstep! And It never had!.. Dubstep - it's absolutely another music, much more pragmatic, composed for the dance floor, it has become a global contagion now, unfortunately. I don't want to say that I against it, of course... It is indifferent to me. It's too neat music, it doesn't try to go beyond it own schemes. Scorn was never invited to dubstep parties - it is too dirty, belligerent, nasty, conflict thing for them. Dubstep are enslaved and so much focused on the same sounds... Leave me alone with this dubstep. If someone think that Scorn - is dubstep, let him. But I'll tell you: no. This is not dubstep!" http://www.afisha.ru/article/8830/

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