rom their very first album, Hold On To The Hollow (1994), featuring the membership of Lauren Boquette (vocals) and Marco Forcone (drums), Patrick Sprawl (guitar) and Sean E. Demott (bass), Drown (Germany) produced stark, mechanized, and industrial music, much in the style of Nine Inch Nails. After a dispute with their record company, they were out of commission for a while until a new lineup in the form of Patrick Sprawl (guitar) and Sean E. Demott (bass) for Product Of A Two-Faced World (1998), but the band broke up in 1999 after struggling with four more singles. Lauren Boquette has since formed Six.
Footnote: Do not confuse this Drown with another from Germany.
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