Burning in Water, Drowning In Flame

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Predating many '90s competitors, Skrew deserve credit for hopping on the bandwagon early and helping to forge the punishing guitar and drum attack of '90s industrial-metal. This 1991 debut showcases the many abilities of Skrew's central figure Adam Grossman. The singer/guitarist/programmer blends quality guitar riffing, regimentally abusive drum tracks and searing vocals into a single violent assault. Critics and fans noticed Grossman's talent for postmodern audio torture as Burning in Water, Drowning in Flames posted solid sales and many positive reviews. Highlight tracks include the hardly recognizable deconstruction of the Rolling Stones classic "Sympathy for the ...
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All Music Guide - Vincent Jeffries
Predating many '90s competitors, Skrew deserve credit for hopping on the bandwagon early and helping to forge the punishing guitar and drum attack of '90s industrial-metal. This 1991 debut showcases the many abilities of Skrew's central figure Adam Grossman. The singer/guitarist/programmer blends quality guitar riffing, regimentally abusive drum tracks and searing vocals into a single violent assault. Critics and fans noticed Grossman's talent for postmodern audio torture as Burning in Water, Drowning in Flames posted solid sales and many positive reviews. Highlight tracks include the hardly recognizable deconstruction of the Rolling Stones classic "Sympathy for the Devil" and the eviscerated funk of "Charlemagne." Skrew lived up to the hype when they released their follow-up Dusted years later, but shifting musical sands and Grossman's eventual power-metal regression kept the group from ascending beyond their cult status. Dusted and this debut are certainly the band's best work, well deserving the attention of fans fascinated by the industrial-metal genre.
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  • Release Date: 4/6/1999
  • Label: Metal Blade
  • UPC: 039841701524
  • Catalog Number: 17015

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Skrew Primary Artist
Billy Jackson Background Vocals
Al Jourgensen Guitar
Jim Marcus Vocals
Phil Owen Vocals, Background Vocals
Mike Robinson Guitar
Mike Scaccia Guitar
John Herndon Percussion
George Lewis Drums
Danny Lohner Guitar, Vocals
Adam "Bunnie" Grossman Guitar, Vocals
Mark Dufour Drums
Mike Peoples Bass
Jason Wolford scratching, Turntables
Chris Ault Keyboards
Charlemagne Choir, Chorus
Technical Credits
Mick Jagger Composer
Keith Fluffy Auerbach Engineer
Paul Barker Engineer
Eric Carter Engineer
Al Jourgensen Engineer
Andy Levine Engineer
Steven Levy Engineer
Phil Owen Producer
Keith Richards Composer
Danny Lohner Programming, Producer
Jessica Villines Engineer
Adam "Bunnie" Grossman Programming, Producer, Cover Design, Sleeve Design
Howie Beno Digital Editing
Paul Khoury Engineer
Tony Maingot Programming
Riky Wir Programming
Chris Ault Programming, Producer
Scott Larson Engineer
Geno Lenardo Engineer
Ricky Weir Programming
Keith Mestl Engineer
Brian Dwyer Engineer
Jeff Newell Engineer
Phil Owen Producer
Tom Baker Mastering
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    INDUSTRIAL PEDAL TO THE METAL

    This record takes off where Ministry's 'Mind Is A Terrible Thing To Taste' landed. If Skinny Puppy mated with Fear Factory, Skrew would be the orphaned love child. Industrial beats, samples o'plenty, distorted vocals and heavy, grinding guitars make this a must listen for metal heads and industrial freaks alike.

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