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Fort Worth, TX
Complete was formed in the mid 90s by Curt Low and Pete Creech. After a few... local gigs and one "legendary" performance at The Fort Worth, TX "Music Venue", the band went into hiatus. During the mid 2000s, footage of this one show made it's way onto Youtube. Since then, hundreds of thousands of fans have celebrated the phenomena known as Complete. Many have compared their music to Captain Beefheart's "Trout Mask Replica" album. With songs like "Hoogie Boogie Land" and "Beautiful Sunrises", Complete swiftly gained a reputation of being the " Best Worst Band Ever" due to their unique approach to music. Some fans will dispute this and consider them to be "The Best band Ever". In 2007, Orlando Logan Olivero of Terranodon Media booked their 1st show in Austin, TX and they have returned to play almost every SXSW since.
More recently, the band participated in Terranodon Media's "Outsider Music Showcase". Currently, a documentary is being filmed by their drummer Zach Daly. After Pete Creech's passing, long time fan, Orlando Logan Olivero took up bass duties. Complete's future is as bright as "Beautiful Sunrises".
"We wanted to form a band that could change the World" --- Curt Low
Mixing equal parts of metal, melody, Jack Daniels and Lone Star Beer, Killi...ng in Apathy has a sound that is brutal yet still approachable.
After forming in 2004 and evolving throughout the years, Killing in Apathy has come full circle and has seized a secure and noticeable position in the Texas metal scene. With the release of a full-length album ('Last Man Standing') and two EPs ('Transcend the Architect' and 'Death & Taxes'), 2010 through the present has proved to be a very successful time for the band.
Listen:Killing In Apathy - Transcend the Architect
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Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs
Newcastle upon Tyne, UK-ENGLAND
Seven is the magic number. What's more, this is about more than the number ...of days in the week or continents in the world - psychologists have theorised that the human memory’s ability to calibrate information on a short term basis is mostly limited to a sequence of this length. Thus, it seems strangely fitting that Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs - the Newcastle-based maximalists whose riffs, raw power and rancour have blazed a trail across the darker quarters of the underground in the last five years, have made a second album in King Of Cowards which does its damnedest to take consciousness to its very limits.
This opus sees the band entering a new phase as a sleeker yet still more dangerous swineherd and a new approach being taken to its creation. The Iggy-esque drive to dementia, Sabbath-esque squalor and Motörhead-style dirt may still be present and correct yet the songs are leaner, the long-drawn-out riff-fests sharpened into addictive hammerblow and the nihilistic dirges of yore alchemically transformed into an uplifting and inviting barrage of hedonistic abandon.