» go to the music page for more
The Implement Project is a four-piece band consisting of students from the University of the Philippines Manila College of Medicine.
Why this name?
Sphincter used to be the band name for the longest time until the vocalist flexed his discretion and changed his name without the permission of the other members. The original name was thought (term used loosely) up by the bassist - Chrys Herrera.
Do you play live?
The Implement Project has played in numerous engagements including two One Big Phi competitions sponsored by the Phi Kappa Mu Fratenity and Phi Lambda Delta Sorority. The band was able to emerge victorious on both events as the best band in the UP College of Medicine. Aside from OBP, The Implement Project has played in other events sponsored by the Medical Students Society (MSS), Medicine Student Council (MSC) and the Sigma Kappa Pi Fraternity.
How, do you think, does the internet (or mp3) change the music industry?
It won't change the industry as we know it now, but it will change the general public's notion on how to broadcast music. The four of us are your typical busy med students and we are certainly not similar to the slacker-rockers of the US hardcore scene. it will bring about changes to the people making the music.
Would you sign a record contract with a major label?
Considering our hectic schedule, it is very unlikely.
Pantera, Metallica, Wolfgang, Razorback, A Perfect Circle, Badburn, Atreyu