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An Audio Guide to Everyday Atrocity

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Released  September 22, 1998
An Audio Guide to Everyday Atrocity (1998)  Violence (2000)
Release date  22 September 1998
Length  37:56
Artist  Nothingface
Label  DCide
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Recorded  Private Playboy Club (Baltimore, MD)
Producer  Nothingface and Drew Mazurek
Genres  Heavy metal, Nu metal, Alternative metal
Similar  Nothingface albums, Nu metal albums

Nothingface an audio guide to everyday atrocity 1998 full album

An Audio Guide to Everyday Atrocity is the second album by the Washington, D.C.-based alternative metal music group Nothingface. The album was released on September 22, 1998, via DCide/Mayhem Records.


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Musical style

The main guitar riff from "I, Diablo" originally appeared in "Prayer", an early Nothingface song from their 1994 demo Braid. The album's sound has been compared to bands such as Clutch, Helmet, and Pantera.

Track listing

All lyrics written by Matt Holt; all music composed by Tom Maxwell, Bill Gaal, Chris Houck, and Matt Holt.


  • Matt Holt - vocals
  • Tom Maxwell - guitar
  • Bill Gaal - bass, programming
  • Chris Houck - drums
  • Songs

    3So Few4:11


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