International Terrorist Coalition

International Terrorist Coalition

BandMetalPunk

very mean /very heavy

Biography

ITC
(INTERNATIONAL TERRORIST COALITION)

Power-Love-Hatred-Soul-Destruction are some of the words used to describe the music brought forth by ITC.

In late 2003 Greg Belkiewicz (aka Drugged_Killer) and Scott Jackson (aka Connie Chung) started to construct what would later be known as the International Terrorist Coalition. With visions in mind of a brutal musical project, they set out to find the missing pieces of the puzzle. The two of them found a bass player/vocalist in Bob Simpson later to be known as Huel Perkins. Then Bob had to move so we had to find another bassist and vocalist. Early in 2005 the band made an effort to try out John Taft (aka Jonnie Bisco) as bassist, also the drummer of Smack Madam, and to everyone’s surprise John fit in perfect, and the circle was becoming closer to complete.

After a couple of missed attempts for a lead vocalist, the group knew it was closer to being a force to be reckoned with. With Drugged_killer's pounding thunderous beats, Connie Chungs blazing and blood wrenching guitar riffs, and Jonnies’ thunderous bass lines, all that was missing was the voice of I.T.C.
Early in 2006 the band tried out friend and musician James Bankey (aka Chains). With high hopes in mind after just a couple of practices together the new soul stabbing soul grabbing voice of I.T.C. was now here, the circle was now complete.

Writing new material and playing show after show the band looks forward to getting music out to all. I.T.C. is definitely a metal goring force to be reckoned with.

TAKE NO PRISONERS

Lead vocals: Chains (James Bankey)
Guitar: Connie Chung (Scott Jackson)
Bass/b-Vocals: Jonnie Bisco (John Taft)
Drums/b-Vocals: Drugged_Killer (Greg Belkiewicz)

Contacts:
www.myspace.com/internationalterroristcoa
www.myspace.com/dm3prod
Druggedkiller@yahoo.com
aim:druggedkiller1
Greg 810-650-2439

Discography

We have a demo with old members as of right now.We are currently getting ready for the studio.We are gonna record 8 songs and do a split with 1 or 2 other bands each with 3 or 4 songs.then release the others for free...

Set List

We have mostly originals we did leave them all numbers for a reason but when the new vocalist and bass player came along they couldn't keep the songs straight and now they are all named but I am not sure of them at the moment.We do have five or six MISFIT covers we do to add to our halloween list.Our usual set list is about 45 minutes to an hour long.