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3-piece experimental/progessive rock band that uses Rock, Metal, Blues, Jazz, Industrial, Gospel, Progressive, Electronic, Spanish guitar, Funk, Techno to it's
a 3-piece ensemble that uses the experimentation of Rock, Metal, Blues, Jazz, Industrial, Gospel, Progressive, Electronic, Spanish guitar, Funk, Techno, and Orchestral to our advantage, as well as using multiple guitar, basses, percussion, keyboards, and effects. The music is always driving forward with singable melodies, funky grooves, and powerful lyrics.
Band/artist history
was born. The original purpose of the band was to meld many styles into one to create a new sound and a new feel. However, around May 2004, the band broke up because of creative differences between Mike Newell (vocals/backup guitar) and Terry Cassidy (lead guitar/backup vocals). Terry went on to pursue a band that is now called (don't worry, Terry, Joe, Mike, and AJ are all on excellent terms now, and have been). once again, but failed. In late 2004, yet another band was created from the ashes of the former band with the name of and a new 5-piece line up. Sadly, yet again, this project failed. So early 2005, there was a dramatic shift in line up and a new attitude, a new focus, and a new sound. This is the band you know today. Joe Harris, AJ Zoghbi, and Mike Newell comprise the line up of the newly revamped . We're in the studio now finally recording our demo CD. It should be done by the end of the summer just in time for the Fall.
Have you performed in front of an audience?
Absolutely we play live. We're going to be hitting the local scene full force soon enough around Tallahassee and North Florida.
Your musical influences
Rock, Metal, Blues, Jazz, Industrial, Gospel, Progressive, Electronic, Spanish guitar, Funk, Techno, Orchestral.
What equipment do you use?
Mozart Music Processor, Frooty Loops, Yamaha keyboards.
Anything else?
Rock on. It's time for "This game of music is tricky. Joe (Harris) and I were perfect for each other. I would push him in directions he might not wanna go, and likewise, he'd do the same to me in an instant. I guess that's why our music is what it is." - Mike Newell, Disinvention (SoundClick, 2005)
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