Homicide Cleanup Crew

Homicide Cleanup Crew


Screaming guitar solo's that will make your teeth hurt...Machine gun drums...Gutteral, yet understandable vocals. As a whole our music is so intense it will leave you feeling like you've taken an emotional roller coaster ride. I'll be surprised in the end if your soul is not bleeding.


Born on January 1st 2003... Homicide Cleanup Crew. Founding members Randy Hollister, David Pence, Bobby Osland, and Christian Clayton were sick of the local metal scene, so they set out to write and cover some of the most intense metal the area has EVER heard. After going through several bass players, Christian decided that he would switch to bass, allowing member Brian "Hoody" Meyers to join in 2004. Until, 2006 then Brian decided it was time to move on to be with his family. Now with, Christian back on guitar and newest member Nick Moreno on Bass. This was Definetly a step in the right direction. Breathing new life into the band, with even more determination than ever! With their own style of metal, with crazy guitar riffs and sreaming solos. H.C.C. has developed into one of the hottest and hardest metal acts around with an evergrowing fanbase. They have conquered venues throughout northern and central Illinois, been featured on various festivals. They have been recognized several times on Garageband.com with awards such as: Track of the Day, Track of the Week, Potential Soundtrack in Metal, Feel Good Track in Metal, Best Drums in Metal, Best Bass in Metal, Best Production in Metal, Best Beat in Metal, Rocking Track in Metal, Best Male Vocals in Metal, and Best Lyrics in Metal. They have been featured and interviewed on The Homegrown Show on 100.9FM Rocks and 96.7 IROCK. It is safe to say that, H.C.C. is taking over one city at a time.


Edited Demo, Released 2003
Weapons of Mass Deception, Released 2006
All of the Edited Demo and several tracks from the newly released Weapons of Mass Deception have had radio play. You can find several tracks on our myspace page at www.myspace.com/homicidecleanupcrew

Set List

We have over 2 1/2 hours of material. A typical set list would be the entire Weapons of Mass Deception, several other originals. as for covers, Pantera, Megadeth, Shadows Fall, Metallica, Slayer, Slipknot, Stone Sour, Lamb of God, Killswitch Engage, In Flames, and Hatebreed.