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Amnesiac Syndrome

Amnesiac Syndrome

Amnesiac Syndrome


Amnesiac Syndrome are band from Yogyakarta, Indonesia. The band is composed of Billy (lead vocals, rhythm guitar), Rizda (lead guitar, other instruments), Rizki (bass guitar), and Agung (drums). Among Amnesiac Syndrome members' earliest influences were , My Bloody Vallentine, Siguros, this will destroy you, radiohead . By the April 21th 2008, Amnesiac Syndrome began to mention an interest in shoegaze. Amnesiac Syndrome's evolving musical style has been seen as a consequence of band members' varied tastes and accomplishments. Read more on Last.fm
Amnesiac Syndrome are band from Yogyakarta, Indonesia. The band is composed of Billy (lead vocals, rhythm guitar), Rizda (lead guitar, other instruments), Rizki (bass guitar), and Agung (drums). Among Amnesiac Syndrome members' earliest influences were , My Bloody Vallentine, Siguros, this will destroy you, radiohead. By the April 21th 2008, Amnesiac Syndrome began to mention an interest in shoegaze.

Amnesiac Syndrome's evolving musical style has been seen as a consequence of band members' varied tastes and accomplishments. Lead guitarist Rizda is a Brit-pop addict, he plays bass guitar in his other band. He like to making an experimental music. He has also arranged string orchestrations for all Amnesiac Syndrome songs.

Billy is a melancolic person. He is singing with his heart. He like to writing all of his memory on his dairy. He like to writing more and more freak lyric, about loneliness, sad story of his life in his lonely time.

He has made all Amnesiac Syndrome lyrics Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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