Skeletons (Nothingface album)

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Skeletons
Studio album by Nothingface
Released April 22, 2003
Recorded Armoury Studios (Vancouver, B.C.)
Genre Alternative metal
Length 48:07
Label TVT Records
Producer Bill Kennedy
Nothingface chronology
Violence
(2000)
Skeletons
(2003)

Skeletons is the fourth album by the Washington, D.C.-based alternative metal music group Nothingface and was their last before breaking up. The album was released on April 22, 2003, via TVT Records, their last release on the label. Its title, according to Matt Holt, refers to "skeletons I've left behind in my life."

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Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars[1]

In an interview with Tom Maxwell he stated," I don't think "Skeletons" has a musical direction. I've said it before but it sounds to me like a band imploding and losing focus. The next record will redeem the sound I believe was lost during the Violence/Skeletons cycle. Too many cooks in the kitchen can sometimes create a mediocre meal. Especially when the cooks come from different schools."

Track listing[edit]

All lyrics written by Matt Holt

No. Title Music Length
1. "Machination"   Bill Gaal, Tom Maxwell 4:00
2. "Beneath"   Tommy Sickles, Maxwell 3:33
3. "Murder Is Masturbation"   Maxwell 3:55
4. "Ether"   Gaal 3:43
5. "I Wish I Was a Communist"   Gaal, Maxwell 4:03
6. "In Avernus"   Maxwell 3:28
7. "Patricide"   Gaal 3:56
8. "Here Come the Butchers"   Gaal, Maxwell 2:59
9. "I Am Him"   Maxwell 4:05
10. "Scission"   Gaal, Maxwell 3:06
11. "Big Fun at the Gallows"   Gaal 3:56
12. "Incarnadine"   Maxwell 3:45
13. "All Cut Up"   Maxwell, Sickles 3:38

Bonus tracks (Japan and UK special edition only)[edit]

  1. "Down In Flames" – 2:27
  2. "Bleeder" – 3:39

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