I Bet It Was A Massacre
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I Bet It Was A Massacre

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"I <3 Breakdowns, Not Breakups" Demo March, 2009
"8 Rules For The Pool EP" July 25, 2009



Formed in October of 2008, I Bet It Was A Massacre combines music that inspires them from The Black Dahlia Murder to Lady Gaga and fans can hear their wide range and love for music. Without a specific genre, the music mostly incorporates electro into a screamo/metal style of music with hardcore breakdowns.

Within a few months, IBIWAM acquired a van, a trailer and started doing weekend warrior tours every weekend. They have traveled from El Paso to Las Vegas to San Diego and everywhere in between, playing they're hearts out every night, and some nights driving 12 hours right after a show just to get to the next location.
In July of 2009, after being a band 9 months, they self-released an EP titled "8 Rules For The Pool. The EP was recorded at Og7 Studios(The Bled) in Tucson, Arizona and it is distributed through iTunes, Napster, Amazon.com, Bigcartel.com, Limewire, and STM Online (A Japanese Version of Smartpunk.com)

Even though their first show was in late January of 2009, they have already shared the stage with Sky Eats Airplane, Eyes Set To Kill, In Fear and Faith, The Irish Front, The Word Alive, Liferuiner, Bless The Fall, The Bled, A Skylit Drive and Attack Attack! Besides playing with all these national acts, they were selected as an Ernie Ball Battle of the Bands winner to play Warped Tour 2009 in Las Cruces, New Mexico.

I Bet It Was A Massacre is working as hard as possible to someday play the music they write every night to people all over the world. They will continue to push themselves to their full extents to reach their dreams.

Future of IBIWAM for 2010:
I Bet It Was A Massacre released their old drummer Matt Core from the band in September of 2009 and replaced him with Matt Diana.
Matt brings a more solid foundation to the band with better timing, kick pedals, and a great touring attitude.

I Bet It Was A Massacre is scheduling studio time right now to record a highly anticipated second EP. The studio right now is still in question, but the current plan is to use Og7 Studios (The Bled) and mix with Chango Studios (I See Stars, Oceana, Broadway, Of Machines). With the release of the new EP, there will be a new myspace, promotion photos(Scheduled for November 2009), and another release on iTunes, Amazon.com, and so on.

The band than will continue to keep the weekend warrior tour style up and officially put it all on the line in April of 2010 and hit the road non-stop. IBIWAM will do whatever it takes to make this a lifestyle; the love for music and playing shows is above all else to them. They have discussed their own plans with each other and realized there is nothing they want more than to play a show, sleep in van with 6 other sweaty guys, and repeat the process the next day. Nothing at all could top that.