Ameringer questioned his artists over the fullness of their new sound, KarrArikh Tor simply shrugged his shoulders, said "Well, call us crazy", and thus Deemed Psychotic was born. Deemed Psychotic's first four new songs were featured both on the limited release demo Glorg and a Gloob EP as well as the corporate promotional release Noorderslag 2006. Blending transatlantic rock styles from the late 60's to present day, Deemed Psychotic hit the music scene hard with their multi-guitar riffs and double vocals. The public's reaction to the band was overwhelming; requests for live performances and full length releases came pouring in from all over. 2006 saw the completion of The 1st, Deemed Psychotic's first full-length CD release. Now available digitally, The 1st features eight original hard-hitting rock songs that catalogue the band's early recording sessions.
As one fan wrote online, "I have never heard high-tech and low-tech combined to form such great 'gotta-keep-listening-music'! The nostalgic, and new tones, are mixed to perfection! This stuff deserves to be played through a billion watt system!" The band just finished a X-Mas song, 'Toy Man', for the UK label, Digital Vomit, out now. Deemed Psychotic is currently in the studio recording their next release, 2nd Take, due out in 2009. Dark World has just released 9 new songs from the sessions as downloads, free to the fans. Read more on Last.fm.
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