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    Genre:Punk, Alternative, Rock
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    1Void lyrics
    2Polka Dot Dress lyrics
    3All Dies lyrics
    4P.A.M.F. lyrics
    5I Will Not Forget lyrics
    6The Hunger lyrics
    7Remember lyrics
    8Anything lyrics
    9Burn lyrics
    10Bullets Ricochet lyrics

    Most Popular Albums (more)

    1Suck [2011]
    2Skold [1996]
    3Neverland (Promo/Single) [1995]
    4Anomie [2011]
    5Dead God (Demo)


    Doctor Midnight & The Mercy Cult (DMTMC)
    Foged on a cold snowy night in Oslo, Norway early 2009.
    5 men combining experience and talent with passion and drive.
    Drawing from their illustrious pasts to create something hard, loud and completely new.
    Audun Stengel (Guitar), Tim Skold (Bass), Hans Erik Dyvik Husby aka Hank Von Hell (Vocals), David Husvik (Drums), Anders Odden (Guitar)

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    SKOLD Part II

    At midnight on November 3rd 2009 Skold.com went live with news that Skold was indeed, back for a second solo round. The site also contained previews and links to buy of three songs from the album, slated for release in early 2010.


    After the break-up of Shotgun Messiah, Tim went on to pursue a solo career. Writing all songs and playing all instruments himself, his self-titled debut album.

    Skold, was released in 1996 by record label RCA (and co-produced with Scott Humphrey).

    Promoting his debut album, Skold went on a short tour with (and in part as support for) Genitorturers. Some of the songs on the Skold album were used in movies like Disturbing Behavior ('Hail Mary'), Universal Soldier: The Return ('Chaos') and Playstation game, Twisted Metal ('Chaos'). During his solo career, Skold also did remixes for several bands such as Prong, Nature and Drown.

    He also met KMFDM frontman Sascha Konietzko during his time in the studio and even went to join his band a short time later.

    Tim Skold

    Tim Skold was born on December 14, 1966 in Skövde, a small city in Västergötland, Sweden. The 5′10″ blonde has just one sibling, a sister named Linda. Tim grew up in a very liberal setting as the son of a 15 year old mother and a father trying to get by as a semi-professional drummer.

    At age 11, Tim was motivated to get in a playback band. Tim's band would play for people at school meetings with Kiss, Bowie and Sweet songs playing on a cassette player.

    Tim first rented a bass by the month at age 12 and by the time he was 13, he was playing and singing in his first real band. Tim later met guitarist Harry Cody at a New Year's Eve party and they formed a creative partnership which would last for many years to come. Their dream was to go to the U.S. to be rock stars. At age 17 after 2 years of studying Process Engineering at a boarding school, Tim moved into his own apartment and took a factory job making military equipment. A half year later he was drafted into the army. He brought his bass to the base and sneaked into the shower stalls to practice after everyone went to sleep. Tim also kept rehearsing with Harry on the weekends and once out of the army, took on many odd jobs including library assistant and gardener at a bathhouse.

    At 19, Tim and Harry talked a Swedish record company into allowing them to make a record which they could use as a demo to reach the American market. Starting off as Shylock, their determination soon paid off in the form of Kingpin.


    •Worked at a Volvo car factory
    •Served in the Swedish Military
    •Small role in a film about surfers, called, 'In God's Hands' in 1998- played as himself, performing 'Chaos'
    •Married to Erin since 1997, whom very little is known about. They met at a party RCA were having for Tim at the end of 1995.
    •Performed one show with Taime Downe's The Newlydeads on December 13th, 2000 at the Pretty Ugly Club in L.A.
    •Incomplete tracks from what has become known as the 'Dead God' E.P. were leaked from a very small batch (less than a dozen) of preview copies and are widely available to download on the net. 6 tracks (Don't Pray For Me, Dead God, The Point, I Hate, Believe, Burn) were believed to have been recorded in late 2000. There are four more songs that still remain unreleased from the Dead God recording sessions: 'If', 'Consequence', 'Too Weird' and 'Don't Ask'.
    •Currently resides in L.A.

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