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Most recent release, reminder (2005)
Jerome Dillon's site (a blank black page as of December 2017)
Somewhat like an more atmospheric Nine Inch Nails or 12 Rounds
Jerome Dillon's (drummer of Nine Inch Nails) dark and moody altrock solo project. (Neile)
Recommended first album:
2005—La Cosa Nostra—KUF0131
Recommended for fans of dark, atmopheric altrock
Jerome Dillon—string arrangements, ambience, electric guitars, piano, drums, percussion, bass, programming, keyboards, melotron, dobro, ukulele, acoustic guitar, chamberlain, violin, vocals, backing vocals
Brett Pierce—sound design; programming; additional vocal arrangements (2, 3), bass (8)
I got this because of Claudia Sarne (12 Rounds)'s contributions to the vocals. It's dark, moody and driving, very atmopheric and occasionally quite orchestral (it's about 1/2 instrumentals). It's definitely not for all tastes but if the description intrigues you, and/or if you like Claudia Sarne's vocals, you'd do well to give it a listen. (Neile)
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