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ColorMeDead

ColorMeDead

ColorMeDead


ColorMeDead, originally a side project for singer/ lyricist of Silver Screen Heroes used to burn time at PleasantTone Records hosted events that later started to pick up momentum and take flight as it's own act. ColorMeDead was put together in the Fall of 2004 by Silent Key and The Midwestern Waste (aka ColorMeDead or CMD). Since then the name has toured and played numerous of shows across the U.S. Known for the high energy "One-Man-Band" live shows and D.I.Y. style. Read more on Last.fm
ColorMeDead, originally a side project for singer/ lyricist of Silver Screen Heroes used to burn time at PleasantTone Records hosted events that later started to pick up momentum and take flight as it's own act. ColorMeDead was put together in the Fall of 2004 by Silent Key and The Midwestern Waste (aka ColorMeDead or CMD). Since then the name has toured and played numerous of shows across the U.S. Known for the high energy "One-Man-Band" live shows and D.I.Y.

style. In the fall of 2006 ColorMeDead released a lo-fi 7 song EP album entitled "Permission To Bleed'. From start to finish the album boasted of a mix of styles. With the first track "Take That Fish Wife!!!" and last track "Permission To Bleed" being the most hip hop influenced songs on the EP, to songs such as "The Food, The Fad, The Fugly..." that holds a more agressive and chilling feel to it.

To the 'cover' song "If love is out, Then The Hell With Fashion" which was inspired from The Silver Screen Heroes song, "December Crime" and made into an Electro-Dance reincarnation. The Ep was sold at shows and set up to download on the bands Myspace soon after. Reason behind this was because The Midwestern Waste just wanted the music to be out there as much as possible. The EP received a lot of criticism for it's poorly recorded sound quality and unprofessional appearance.

The Album was never officially press and distributed. Also further heat came from a line in the title track "Permission To Bleed" ( "A geek with bully tendencies that just won't stop/ who'd beat you up, eat your lunch and crush your juice box." ) which is to be believed as a dis to fellow local hip hop act Juiceboxxx. In 2007 ColorMeDead continued to do brief tour stints and keep up the writing. In the spring of 2007, ColorMeDead started recording a full length concept album entitled '7 Sins'. The album was then released July 7th of 2007 (07/07/07) and featured 10 new songs, 7 of which featured a different sin.

The only single from the album was "Model Behavior" a more dance heavy song dedicated to pride. The Album was only made upon request and never sold at any shows. Towards the end of 2007 started recording again but with a professional studio and some money received from label Flatline Records MIlwaukee. So far the only tracks heard from it was a remix of the song 'Permisson To Bleed' under the the pseudonym "THEREWASAFIREFIGHT!". Since then the name was changed back to it's more familiar title, however the rest of the info on the new release has been kept under wraps.

Mid 2008 a new song was released and available for download on the bands Myspace entitled "This Is My Serious Face" with a blog posted the thanked fan and supporters for "over 9000" plays. The song was full of both popular internet and music industry references ( "I'd write them off like it's murder he wrote/ Leave them a bute without the 'e', the but of a joke.") and also possible attacks at more Milwaukee artist. The song, despite it's harsh tone, was still filled with the classic tongue in cheek humor ColorMeDead is known for. Towards the end summer of 2008, ColorMeDead started posting re-dubbed comic panels from DC comics Graphic Novel 'The Watchmen'. The re-dubs feature a small story of ColorMeDead (portrayed as the conflicted Dr.

Manhattan) trying to release his new album. 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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