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Douglas McCarthy

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Instruments  Voice
Name  Douglas McCarthy

Role  Vocalist
Music groups  Nitzer Ebb, Pigface
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Born  1 September 1966 (age 49) Barking, East London, England, United Kingdom (1966-09-01)
Associated acts  Nitzer Ebb Fixmer/McCarthy Recoil
Movies  An Extremely Goofy Movie, Carrotblanca
Albums  Kill Your Friends, Fook, Gub, The Best of Pigface: Preachin, That Total Age
Similar People  Bon Harris, Terence Fixmer, Alan Wilder, Julian Beeston, Maggie Estep

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Douglas John McCarthy (born 1 September 1966) is the vocalist of the English EBM band Nitzer Ebb.


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McCarthy writes and performs with the band. He has appeared on multiple recordings by Recoil and has released material in collaboration with DJ Terence Fixmer as Fixmer/McCarthy. He contributed vocals to tracks by Die Krupps, Motor, KLOQ (band), Client, and more recently Kenneth James Gibson's Reverse Commuter project.

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After Nitzer Ebb originally split, McCarthy left the music business — save for his work with Recoil — and focused on film studies and design in Cambridge. He moved to London in 2000 to work in the advertising field.

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Solo works

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McCarthy's first solo album was originally titled Life Is Sucking The Life Out Of Me. The album was written, recorded, and mixed at Easier with songwriter/musician/producer Stephen Papke and British House DJ/producer Mark "Blakkat" Bell. All songs were co-written by McCarthy, Papke and Bell.

Currently performing as Douglas J. McCarthy, his first solo album, Kill Your Friends, was released in November 2012 on Los Angeles-based label Pylon Records. McCarthy collaborated with Headman and producer Scott Fraser on the Noise EP, and with Cyrus Rex on the DJMREX EP.


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