Nihil is a three-piece music group — Scott Crowley on vocals and development, Vanessa Urso on keyboards and Tony Richey on bass — whose audio could be when compared with lots of the rings they’ve toured with: the Electric powered Hellfire Membership, Godflesh, Cubanate, and other electro-rock clothes. Crowley founded the music group himself, in his hometown of Phoenix, AZ, back 1994. After assembling the music group, the group installed with manufacturer Neil Kernon (who spent some time working with David Bowie, Queensryche, and labelmates the Clay People), who quickly agreed upon him to his Auslander label (component of Slipdisc/Mercury). Many accolades preceded their main label debut, such as for example Best Industrial Music group in 1997 and 1998 at the brand new Times Music Honours, amongst others. Their full-length debut, Drown, was finally released in early 1998.