God Lives Underwater was an American electronic rock band that emerged in the 1990s and garnered a devoted following with their unique blend of alternative rock, industrial, and electronic music. Formed in Pennsylvania in 1993, the duo comprised David Reilly as the vocalist and Jeff Turzo as the multi-instrumentalist. They released their debut album, “Empty,” in 1995, which showcased their dark and introspective sound. God Lives Underwater’s music was characterized by its raw energy, haunting melodies, and atmospheric textures, often accompanied by Reilly’s emotive and dynamic vocals. They gained recognition with songs like “From Your Mouth” and “No More Love,” which received significant airplay on alternative rock radio stations. The band continued to experiment and evolve their sound over the years, incorporating elements of grunge, trip-hop, and industrial rock. The photo is from the 1980s-90s and is approximately 8″x10″.
NOTE: Any lack of focus in this photo is present in the original image.