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Casualties of Applied Metaphysics

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Kentucky, United States (2006 – present)

Casualties of Applied Metaphysics is an experimental musical entity that began in Kentucky, United States after band leader and founder Alex Browne received inspiration for an album in early 2006. The band consists of Alex Browne and Danny Walton, both of whom are multi-instrumentalists.

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Alex’s initial ideas were originally planned to be released under a solo album, but after telling two of his fellow classmates/friends about the idea, they quickly jumped aboard, creating the trio of Alex Browne, Danny Walton, and Matt Buckley.

David Tillman joined in the middle of the creation of their first album, “In Anima”, which was released on December 28th, 2008. After the completion of “In Anima”, Matt Buckley ceased membership on account of an increasingly busy schedule, reducing the band to a trio once again.

On March 6th, 2009, “Ex Anima”, the band’s second album, was released. It expands upon the concepts introduced in the first and brings it to a close. Both of the albums collectively deal with a story: the first part told from the abstract view of the internal mind and the second more specifically in the realm of external reality.

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