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Nim Vind

Fashion Of Fear

Fiend Force 019

Released on April 26, 2005

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Average Customer Rating: 4 with 6 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 The Fashion Of Fear  7%
2 Saturday Night Creepers  8%
3 Killer Creature Double Feature Voted #1  17%
4 Outsiders Voted #3  14%
5 Blue Movies  8%
6 In the Night  8%
7 The Midnight Croon  3%
8 Like A Guilloteen  7%
9 Into The Sphere We Go  0%
10 The Bitter End  11%
11 Astronomicon Voted #2  16%
12 Interviews With The Icon  2%
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Charles from Apo, AE 
Jul 20 2007 Rating: 2/5 Stars

Like a sucker, I believed the hype. This isn't a horrible release, but nothing on this album reaches out and sucks me into it. Dude's vocals can get pretty monotanous after a few tracks. Its a little slower than I like too. Its dark and sorta evil sounding, but so are about a billion more bands. 2 stars.

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Scott from West Jordan, UT 
Dec 6 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

in my opinion, this is better than anything calabrese or blitzkid has released, so the reviewer below me is probably a douche. nim vind has got a great voice and really is eclectic with his styles. good stuff!

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Helge Andre from Sykkylven, Norway 
Jan 26 2006 Rating: 2/5 Stars

Dissapointing...The cd has 3 or 4 very good songs.And that's it.If you like Misfits, Crimson Ghosts, Blitzkid or Calabrese then you will probably think that this album is bad...sorry...

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Aurora from Fort Worth, TX 
Jan 15 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Nim Vind is an extremely addictive band, and for good reason. Absolutely fantastic album. Breaks all barriers of 'horror punk', especially in "Astronomicon". Standout tracks would be "Like a Guilloteen", "The Fashion of Fear, & "Into the Sphere We Go"

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Justin from Bluff City, TN 
Jul 27 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

I have wanted this album for a very long time now, as I was a fan of Nim's former band Mr. Underhill. It had been delayed for what seems an eternity. But I have to tell you if anything was ever worth such an extensive wait, this CD is it. I can easily say this is the best album I have purchased in close to 2 years. Every song is great. From the classic Doowop feel of "Killer Creature Double Feature" to the Lovecraftian paranoia of "Astronomicon", this album really has something for everyone. If you are a fan of Graves, Mister Monster, Blitzkid, Calabrese, The Rosedales, The Green Goblyn Project, and/or the CryptKeeper Five then you owe it to yourself to pick up this CD.

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Brad from Orem, UT 
Jul 15 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

A few years ago Nim Vind had an advertisement for this album on the Anti-Dote Records web site! I was very interested in it but I never saw anything else about it for a long time. I found his web site and listened to his music there!! Thank hell that Fiend Force released this album!!! Nim Vind has one of the most creative sounds in HorrorPunk!! They mix fast punk with doo-wop and have a touch of goth-synth as well!!! They remind me of a cleaner version of Mister Monster. Nim’s voice is like a softer/higher Danzig, but is very distinct. Once you have heard his voice, you won’t forget it!!! GET THIS ALBUM WHILE IT IS HOT!!!!!!!! Your fiend, -Bradley..^v^

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