VERY LOUD. VERY ROCK. IT'S LIKE, IF BLACK SABBATH AND BAD RELIGION MADE A BABY, THE BABY'S NAME WOULD BE CAPTAIN INCREDIBLE!Share
THE REAL HISTORY OF CAPTAIN INCREDIBLE…
The Time Flux Capacitors formed in the summer of 2001 in Denton, TX. The original band-members were: Phipps Stewart (Lead Guitar, Lead Vocals), Ben Piche (Rhythm Guitar, Backing Vocals), Clint Holly (Bass) and Josh Pitts (Drums, Backing Vocals). Phipps, Josh, and Ben are all Bruce Hall alums and they did their best to shit on music theory while being forced to live there by their parents. Their music could be best described as anarchist garage rock with a hard punk edge.
After shredding up Denton house parties for nearly a year, Josh and Phipps moved to California to hone their skills, one to Los Angeles, the other to Santa Barbara; there, they formed Captain Incredible. Captain Incredible at that time was a two-man punk act consisting of only Phipps and Josh in the lineup. Phipps managed to play bass, guitar, and vocals simultaneously for performances, while Josh held down drums. They played the LA scene, including the famous Whisky A-Go-Go, as well as the crazy college party scene in Santa Barbara. They self-released several analog demos/EPs along the way.
Then, after 6 years on the West Coast, the duo moved back to Dallas/Ft. Worth in late 2008. They added a bass player to the mix, Phipps' lifetime partner in crime, Casey Topletz. They also reunited with original rhythm guitarist, Ben Piche. They are now armed to the teeth, ready to burn it all down with their first studio album "Who the F**K is Captain Incredible?" released Jan. 22nd 2010.
Hide your daughters and lock your doors…HERE COMES CAPTAIN INCREDIBLE!
Their Debut Studio Album "Who the F**K is Captain Incredible" released Jan. 22nd 2010 to much fanfare. They previously Self-Released an 8-Song demo/EP entitled "The Return of Captain Incredible."
Usually around 11 to 16 songs depending on gig slot.
Up to Eleven
Nothing For You
Fuck You Shame on You
See You When You're Dead
Surf de Mexico
4 Horsemen of the Apocalypse
The Decline of Western Civilization Part 3
No One Gets Out Alive
X-Men (90's cartoon theme)
5th Caprice in A minor (Niccolo Paganini)
TMNT 90's cartoon theme
We're Not Gonna Make It (PUSA)
Territorial Pissings (Nirvana)
We're All Gonna Die from Our Own Arrogance (Sublime)