Coil (volume)

Coil is a British avant-garde music - volume. Coil were created 1983 by John balance in London. London was at that time the approach place for musicians and volume from the experimentelleren ranges of the music. Both Noise, Industrial and Neofolk were developed here. This ensured for the fact that the musicians exchanged themselves among themselves and later followed one year Peter Christopherson, called Sleazy, Coil. Christopherson had created before volume the Throbbing Gristle and Psychic TV, where also balance had before played, which are considered as establishment volume of the Industrial and in those many other musicians of the scene their first appearances had.

The music from Coil is darkly and psychedelisch, varied however from admission to admission. Samples, Synthesizer, Tape loop are used both, and Orchestral of instruments. Influences of Folkmusik up to Acid House are to be heard depending upon album. Sexualität, drugs and Spiritualität are frequently brought up for discussion.

In Coil a great many guest musicians cooperated and members of Coil cooperated in other projects. Particularly importantly are here J. G. Thirlwell (Foetus), Stephen Thrower of pos session, Gavin Friday, Boyd Rice, Steven stacking clay/tone of Nurse With Wound, Current 93 and Marks of Almond of softly Cell.

A music video to Coils Coverversion of softly Cells Tainted Love, which contains Marks of Almond as a death angel, is issued in the museum OF decaying kind, although several television stations refused the video to play. For the film Hellraiser asked to compose director Clive Barker the volume the film music, which was rejected however from the Studio.

Volume such as Nine inch Nails, Marilyn Manson and Ulver Coil rank among their influences.

To 13. November 2004 died John balance as it under influence of alcohol in the stairway of the house, which it and Christopherson inhabited, fell. Peter Christopherson announced thereupon the end of Coil.

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