Guilty The kids do love their Trent Reznor wannabes, and the debut "Guilty," from St. Louis-based first timers Gravity Kills, replicates the scratchy cyborg vocals, hopped-up… Guilty The kids do love their Trent Reznor wannabes, and the debut "Guilty," from St. Louis-based first timers Gravity Kills, replicates the scratchy cyborg vocals, hopped-up… Gravity Kills Rock
Music Review

''Guilty'' (1996)

EW's GRADE
C+

Details Lead Performance: Gravity Kills; Genre: Rock

The kids do love their Trent Reznor wannabes, and the debut ''Guilty,'' from St. Louis-based first timers Gravity Kills, replicates the scratchy cyborg vocals, hopped-up dance beat, and staticky metal riffs so beloved by Nine Inch Nails fans. But its requisite grand statement of existential absurdity — ''I'm guilty/And you're guilty too'' provokes all the angst of an ill-timed pimple. Stick with the original. C+

Originally posted Mar 15, 1996 Published in issue #318 Mar 15, 1996 Order article reprints
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