:: (keyboards, programming, trash cans)
:: (live keyboards)
:: began in the desert of California around November 1996. Founding member
Jared Scott began writing instrumental industrial/techno, and quickly completed 2 albums, 'The Great Pushover' (1997) and 'Unfiltered' (1997)
After a short spell of shows, Jared split the band up in 1999 and moved to Southern Oregon and began to pursue other musical ventures. In 2000, Jared revived the project, But lacked a singer and guitarist. Enter Nathan Malin (guitars) and Vex March (vocals). With a little work and lots of alcohol, :: unofficially released the "Bleeding Pain EP" (2001).
In 2003, :: started work on a new album, and in 2004, 'Re:Version' was released.
2006 saw the unfortunate loss of long time friend and guitarist, Nathan Malin. Soon after, Glitch106, from the Invisible Records band Railer, joined.
Between 2006 and 2007, :: played many shows and released a cover of Skinny Puppy's 'Tormentor'.
Due to various dysfunctions and tribulations, 2008 saw the death of the band only to be reborn, minus Gl!tch 106, in late 2010 becoming a duo of Jared and Vex. The band is also happy to report the addition of the first new live member since 2006 as Sandi Leeper is assigned the task of keyboard abuse for live shows.
Vex and Mr. Scott are currently hammering away on their sophomore album "Amerikan Genocide" with the first single in over 6+ years for the new track "Dead to Rights" being available right now!
$5 for 6 track single + Limited edition sticker (never to be printed again)
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