Scott Reeder (born May 16, 1965 in Pomona, California) is a bass player formerly of the stoner rock band Kyuss. He joined Kyuss after the departure of Nick Oliveri and remained there until the band went on indefinite hiatus in October 1995, when Josh Homme went on to form Queens of the Stone Age. Reeder reunited with former Kyuss singer John Garcia to form Unida, a stoner rock band which only released one full-length album before running into legal problems.
Enemy is an American band fronted by guitarist and vocalist Troy Van Leeuwen (also of Queens of the Stone Age), with bassist Eddie Nappi (Handsome, Mark Lanegan Band) and drummer Kelli Scott (Failure). Former Quicksand drummer Alan Cage was a founding member before being replaced by Scott. Van Leeuwen has described Enemy as his "big, dumb rock trio".
Gift was the fourth all-new studio album to be released by the British band Curve.
Following two years of legal wrangles between the group and their then record company, Universal Records, the online success of Curve's self-released album Open Day at the Hate Fest convinced Universal - who had been threatening to shelve the album completely - to market it under the Hip-O Records brand.
Of the songs on the record, "Hell Above Water" has gained the highest public profile as a result of its use in trailers for both the 2002 film Spider-Man, the 2008 film Iron Man, an episode for the popular crime drama CSI (Episode 207, Caged), and featured in a scene in the 2008 film Lakeview Terrace. It is also featured in the PlayStation 3 game MotorStorm, and is most famous for being used as the intro tune to the popular internet meme, "The Lazer Collection" by American animator, Dominic Fera.