Scorn Mick Harris

Electronic / Dub / Experimental outfit fronted by Mick Harris (and from 1992 to 1994, Nik Bullen).

Since 1994 Scorn has been the one-man project of former Napalm Death drummer Mick Harris. Musically, much of the output has been minimalist beats with an emphasis on very deep basslines, often resembling dub and trip-hop in structure. Despite these resemblances, Scorn is often associated with industrial and experimental music, and is considered a rare example of a successful industrial/downtempo crossover artist. Scorn is recorded in Mick Harris’ home studio, “the box”. Prior to the release Gyral, Scorn was a two man project with Harris and bassist/vocalist Nicholas Bullen. In fact, the first Scorn album, Vae Solis, featured a reunion of the three members of the original Napalm Death line up: Harris, Bullen, and Justin Broadrick, who played session guitars. Early Scorn had a very dubby, metal sound. Bullen was ejected from the band after a personal incident with Harris’ friend, and Harris changed the focus of the band to what it is known now.

Mick Harris has also recorded several albums as Lull.

A more minimalistic approach, where he is developing and exploring sound without beats.


Scorn Mick Harris


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