Hear Night Sins Channel Nitzer Ebb, Depeche Mode on Dark New Song "Annihilator" | Revolver

Hear Night Sins Channel Nitzer Ebb, Depeche Mode on Dark New Song "Annihilator"

Nothing drummer explores industrial, EBM sound on latest solo offering, which arrives with gothy video

Kyle Kimball may be best known as drummer for Nothing, but his musical output also extends to bands like Mother of Mercy, Salvation and his solo effort Night Sins, which formed in the early 2010s. With three LPs already in the open, Night Sins are now readying their fourth and latest LP, Portrait in Silver, for a September 6th release via Funeral Party Records (order yours). The first single comes in the form of "Annihilator," the subject of a music video which makes its debut here today.

With a strong EBM approach that recalls That Total Age-era Nitzer Ebb and Depeche Mode, the latest video is a shadowy, dimly lit trip into the goth underground, filled with black leather, chains and the raven-haired beautiful swaying and swinging under strobes and eventually into the (gulp) blinding sunlight.

The track itself is a hard, industrial-influenced excursion that showcases Kimball doing clean vocals that evoke Pretty Hate Machine-era Reznor, nailing all of the same angst and fury without ever fumbling into self-parody. Check it out above for the first time and catch the band at one of two gigs scheduled for the Northeast around the release.

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