A solo project of Swedish instrumentalist/composer Lina Der Baby Doll General, Deutsch Nepal has explored the ambient sounds of the industrial world since the early '90s.
His early cassette-only recordings, Only Silence Among the Filthy and The Silent Earth, were reissued on CD as A Silent Siege in 2002. Along with his first full-length vinyl recording, Deflagration of Hell, these albums offered only a hint of what General subsequently unleashed with such graphically named albums as Benevolence -- Flogging Satin Alive in 1993, Tolerance -- How the Servant Utilized His Masters in 1994, and Erosion in 1999. Under the Deutsch Nepal name, he also split one CD with In Slaughter Natives
and one with the Moon Lay Hidden Beneath a Cloud. A single, "Dentist Environmental," was released on the Ant-Zen label. Recordings spanning 1992-1996 were compiled on the 1997 album Comprendido. In addition to his work as Deutsch Nepal, General continues to be involved with a separate solo project, Frozen Faces, under whose name he released the album Broken Sounds of a Dying Culture. ~ Craig Harris, Rovi