Nilaihah Records

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Nilaihah Records is an American independent record label, currently based in Columbus, Ohio. It was originally founded in 1999 by Kristy Venrick of The Azoic, after Oneiroid Psychosis asked her to release their next album. Though she did not have a record label at the time, Oneiroid Psychosis was impressed by Kristy's success at promoting her own band. After considering the proposal, a year later, Kristy agreed and decided to begin Nilaihah Records. Since then, the label has grown considerably, signing other notable acts spanning a variety of electronic music styles, such as Unheilig, The Azoic, and Frozen Plasma, among others. The label formed a partnership with the German label Infacted, serving as the North American outlet for European bands like Ad Inferna, XP8, NamNamBulu, Conetik, Endanger, and Liquid Divine, signing them to distribution deals. The label also recently enjoyed a successful joint venture alongside Infacted with Muscle and Hate, a tribute to Nitzer Ebb featuring members of XP8 and Icon of Coil. Nilaihah Records has also released several other notable bands.

The label maintains an extensive mailorder catalog of both its own releases and the recordings of others. It also provides its music in plenty of legal digital download sites (all of which can be linked from the label's main page).

Meaning[edit]

Nilaihah (pronounced "nil-EYE-ah") is an old English word meaning "poetics of the fallen", and is named after the opening track of The Azoic's 1998 album Where Broken Angels Lie.

Complete Roster (Current Artists)[edit]

  • 00tz 00tz (albums: Alter Eden)
  • Alkemic Generator (albums: When We Fail/Scream EP, The Wishful Illusion EP, Orinic Geometry)
  • The Azoic (albums: Where Broken Angels Lie, Forward, Resistor compilation, Conflict, Illuminate, Re:Illumination, Corruption)
  • Bow Ever Down (albums: The Product of My Pain)
  • Distorted Reality (albums: Resistor compilation, The Fine Line Between Love and Hate & Daydreams and Nightmares)
  • END: the DJ (albums: Fires on the Shore)
  • GASR (albums: Survival of the Fittest, Fourplay vol. 1 compilation & Reptile)
  • Interface (albums: Beyond Humanity, Fourplay vol. 1 compilation, Destination Focus, Transit EP, Visions of Modern Life, Body Flow EP)
  • Invisible Ballet (albums: Escaping Light)
  • Lestat (albums: Arisen)
  • Null Device (albums: Sublimation, A Million Different Moments & Excursions, Suspending Belief)
  • Sensuous Enemy (albums: Sirens of the Sea, Voyager)
  • Silent Auction (albums: H on Earth)
  • Sonik Foundry (albums: Parish of Redemption, Explosive)
  • Xiescive (albums: Nexus)
  • XMH (albums: State of Mind)
  • Zoica (albums: A to Z)

Complete Roster (Previous Artists)[edit]

  • Ad Inferna (albums: DSM, There Is No Cure)
  • Backlash (albums: Impetus)
  • Blind Faith and Envy (albums: The Charming Factor)
  • Conetik (albums: Carbon Elektriq v2.0)
  • Dissonance (defunct band) (albums: Reincarnate)
  • Endanger (albums: Addicted to the Masses)
  • Fiction 8 (albums: Resistor compilation, Chaotica & Forever, Neverafter)
  • Frozen Plasma (album: Artificial)
  • Ghost & Writer (albums: Fouplay vol. 1 compilation)
  • Level 2.0 (albums: Armageddon, Battle Sight Zero, Elevate)
  • Liquid Divine (albums: Interface)
  • Muscle and Hate (album: A Tribute to Nitzer Ebb)
  • NamNamBulu (defunct band) (albums: Distances & Expansion)
  • Oneiroid Psychosis (albums: Garden of Remembrance)
  • Unheilig (albums: Puppenspiel)
  • XP8 (albums: Hrs:Min:Sec, Muscle & Hate & Fourplay vol.1)

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