Smothered (song)

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"Smothered"
Smothered (Spineshank).jpg
Single by Spineshank
from the album Self-Destructive Pattern
Released October 2003
Format CD
Genre Nu metal
Length 3:07
Label Roadrunner
Songwriter(s)
  • Jonny Santos
  • Mike Sarkisyan
  • Tommy Decker
Producer(s) GGGarth
Tommy Decker
Mike Sarkisyan
Spineshank singles chronology
"New Disease"
(2001)
"Smothered"
(2003)
"Nothing Left for Me"
(2012)

"Smothered" is a single by nu metal band Spineshank. It was only released in the United States in CD format. The music video features the band performing in a room while they are filmed by numerous hidden cameras, which they find and destroy. The song was nominated for Best Metal Performance at the 46th Grammy Awards, but lost to Metallica's "St. Anger."[1]

Track listing

Card sleeve single
No. Title Length
1. "Smothered" (Single Mix) 2:34
2. "Smothered" (Album Version) 3:07
Maxi single
No. Title Length
1. "Smothered" (Single Mix) 2:34
2. "Infected" 4:15
3. "Violent Mood Swings" (Random Acts of Violence Mix) 3:23

Personnel

  • Jonny Santos – lead vocals
  • Mike Sarkisyan – guitar
  • Robert Garcia – bass, backing vocals
  • Tommy Decker – drums, electronics

References

  1. ^ "Complete list of 46th annual Grammy winners and nominees". Chicago Tribune. December 4, 2003. Retrieved February 27, 2019.

External links


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