Normalcy Bias
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Normalcy Bias

Knoxville, Tennessee, United States | SELF

Knoxville, Tennessee, United States | SELF
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This project began for Dave as a much needed break from his time with Dead Moons Grey, the southern metal band he had been writing and drumming with. While alot of emphasis was put onto the music as an outlet, it has flourished into a breath of fresh air for Dave to re-examine his past writing styles and push them forward. While his written works range from Jazz and Orchestral pieces, his primary goal was to revisit the rock and metal that had inspired him both mentally and physically. In doing so, Dave realized that much of the energy of some works in his catalogue would be lost if not performed live. Dave, while mostly a drummer on stage for all of his performances in previous bands, decided to take a break from the back of the stage and see the fans in a new light on lead/rhythm guitar.

Steve joined Dave in forming the band. Bringing a more laid back feel to some of the songs, Steve began writing more melodic and acoustic tunes. His strong and permiating rhythms melt into the songs giving them more power to send the hooklines into listeners brains.

As Dave and Steve began the search for the rest of the band, Dave pushed for the radio release to one of his songs entitled "Whores". After recording the vocals and mixing, he immediately began soliciting it to several outlets in the southeast region and has received a large amount of support for it and the song "Mein Kampf"

Dave and Steve are currently narrowing down the search for a bassist and drummer. They expect to begin bringing their music to the fans through a cd/digital media release in the winter of 2011-2012 and by radio spots and performances in the fall of 2011.