phoenix/NEBULIN | Distanza

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by phoenix/NEBULIN

Industrial/Alternative/Insane. This Miami based band is a powerhouse of musical and creative ability. Their sound range from intensely aggressive to soaring and soft. Each track takes you to a different level and leaves you wanting more.
Genre: Rock: Goth
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Chameleon
4:08 $0.99
2. Broken
3:38 $0.99
3. Acid Bath
4:07 $0.99
4. Time
5:30 $0.99
5. Nebulin
5:16 $0.99
6. Voce de la Luna
5:44 $0.99
7. Inconsequential
3:44 $0.99
8. Electric Halo
3:42 $0.99
9. Resurrection
4:51 $0.99
10. Torn Inside
4:22 $0.99
11. Mute
4:34 $0.99
12. Fragments
6:19 $0.99
13. (secret track)
12:09 $0.99
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Album Notes
The music of phoenix/NEBULIN is an amalgam of sounds that blend the harsh, unforgiving drive of the industrial and metal music genres with captivatingly melodic tones. Lyrically, they guide you into the recesses of their imagination and offer an alternative perspective of the world, which at times is a meridian between blind rage and gentle insightfulness. Their live performances are exceptionally intense; delivering an unexpected amount of power and emotion that never fails to leave the audience less than astounded.
The band, phoenix/NEBULIN, was a dream that became reality shortly after the marriage of lead vocalist Linda and bassist Armando Doval on July 23, 2001. Their initial songwriting, much like everything else in their personal relationship, was short and intense immediately spawning the creation of several musical compositions. A month after recording their first demo phoenix/NEBULIN stepped out onto the live scene playing their debut show at the now locally legendary Underland Privat. A few more shows followed before they made the decision to take a long hiatus from live performances when they learned the were expecting their first child. During this time away from the spotlight they directed their energy to the songwriting process creating almost all of the songs featured on their debut full length CD, entitled Distanza.

In August 2002, after the birth of Linda and Armando's daughter Luna, phoenix/NEBULIN once again stepped out onto live scene. The compositions that are featured on Distanza proved to be a challenge to play live simply as a duo. That barrier gave way to the decision to bring other musicians into the family. In 2003 they added a guitarist and keyboardist to the band's lineup enabling the sound to become fuller and more engaging to the ear as well as add a whole new aspect to their live performances on a visual level. Both members left in mid 2004, giving way to new guitarist James Wargacki stepping into the line up.

Collectively, phoenix/NEBULIN have the simple and modest goal of creating music that will inspire and move their listeners. Lead vocalist Linda Doval explains the band's goals. "Of course every musician wishes for the ability to sustain a life off of the fruits of the creative labor but I would also like to make an impression. I want our music to inspire others to follow through with their own creative dreams and never forget that the voice they have inside is powerful, beautiful and should never be muted."



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Jessicka Siegman

I've been waiting a very LONG time to see a decent dark/industrial/eclectic band come out of florida again. This band is amazing!


This Album is pretty freakin' sweet
This Album has got to be one of the better Industrial Rock albums put out in the last couple of years. Heavy Industrial beats with the right amount of guitar and synth work, plus the beautiful voice of Phoenix makes this album a great buy.


Not sure what genre to put this cd in; doesn't matter though, it is great. Excellent music that I can not get out of my head (not that I really want it out.

Sitsa Hunter

A must have CD. I can't stop listening!
Captivating music with many levels and layers. Every time I listen to it I discover something new. Every track is different and worth listening to. There's nothing out there like it.

Fuckin Awesome
linda duval provides great vocals...the feeling the album gives one is amazing..sort of like a trip... im glad these guys are from South Florida


P/N is on another level, sounding like the first born of arguably the greastest lady-lead band ever, Guano Apes. However, P/N is somehow evolved in its sound, which it just SICK SO F--KING GOOD! It's Crack for the ears!MMM so good!!


WOW!! I can't believe my ears!!
I love this CD! I haven't been able to stop playing it since I bought it. They are a great band and I hope to hear more soon.


The cd is cool, lots of cybertechno seems interesting, and yeah.
Being a musician id have to say phonix has a good cd on their hands, perhaps good enough to get some good lable records to notice them. I would have to say this for deadstar assembly too. But overall they did a good job and if I could id give them a pat on the back and let them know that they should deffidenlty look forward into the music industry. -Inzi (Moi~Dir~I~Mois)


this is one of the best cd's I have ever bought
This is easily one of the best cd's I have ever purchased. I even rate this above a lot of the mainsream bands. My fav band is probably Evanescence, which is how I found phoenix/NEBULIN from doing a search for bands that are similiar here on cdbaby. I have had this cd consantly playing. I don't know how they are only still an independant band, a record label would be very smart to sign them as soon as possible, can't wait to see them in concert.

Amazing cd, and I don't leave a lot of reviews for groups, but I am for this one.

the Jax

Emotionally resonant darkwave duo enslaves listeners
Phoenix Nebulin sends radio sellouts (along with their weak rapping and self-pity) running to hide under the bed. Linda's voice is so strong and the music is great! Package & production also stand out as professional. Hyper-industrial "Electric Halo" and anthemic "Chameleon" are candidates for favorite song. Over an hour of electrodominance - now that's an album! Can't wait for more!
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