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Ft. Walton Beach, FL, USA (2000 – 2003)

Agnostia was a genre-defying eyecatcher of a band based out of Ft. Walton Beach, FL, USA.

The band began in September 2000 out of the ashes of a relatively unknown christian punk band called Remnants, which were comprised of Willy Bolander and Alexi Aleister sharing guitar and vocal duties, Eric Jenerik on bass, and Colin Adair on drums. Willy and Alexi wanted to take their music, look, and stage presence to the next level. For this aim they came up with the name Agnostia, which is a Latin derivative of a word meaning “unknown”. They then invited local keyboardist/screamer/ass kicker Nikki Nails to the mix.

Colin quickly announced he was leaving the band. Through friends, the band located veteran drummer, Isaac Grant, who took the sonic power to a greater level. After this, things started happening almost instantly. Agnostia became the band to be in the Florida Panhandle. Every live show was an event… and event marked by dog piles on the stage, occasional wolf attacks, lots of screaming, and some inflammatory stage talk. The band was definitely on the rise.

At the year’s end, plans were made to record the first CD. It would be released by locally-owned Computer Club Records. The band hauled their amateurish equipment to what could have been the worst studio ever, Moon-ra, and finished nine songs in two days. This became the Agnostia self-titled release, featuring songs like Tonite, Disease, I Never Thought, and Smile (which was completed the day before the band went in to record). Despite a complete lack of production, the energy was carried over in the songs themselves, and the loyal fan base bought many copies.

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