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Geography

Geography

Geography


Since their inception in fall 2001 Geography has created and distributed aggressive music that is as piercing as it is frail--a nod designed to eviscerate. The band is currently made up of the founding members: bassist/vocalist Jonathan Ahn, guitarist/vocalist Joshua Emery, guitarist/vocalist David Rath, as well as new coming drummer Thomas West. Their forthcoming release “Life In Binary” (produced by Jeff Briel of Sadaharu) is also the first Read more on Last.fm
Since their inception in fall 2001 Geography has created and distributed aggressive music that is as piercing as it is frail--a nod designed to eviscerate. The band is currently made up of the founding members: bassist/vocalist Jonathan Ahn, guitarist/vocalist Joshua Emery, guitarist/vocalist David Rath, as well as new coming drummer Thomas West. Their forthcoming release “Life In Binary” (produced by Jeff Briel of Sadaharu) is also the first to feature Joshua Emery in the primary role of vocal excursions--proving to be a new and welcome spin on the band’s ever-evolving sound. Geography has forged an individual style by focusing on elements of indie rock and the noisier side of hardcore rather than any metallic or nostalgic leanings.

The band’s propensity for experimenting with rhythmic syncopation lends an aspect akin to math rock while their attention to melody pulls the sound away from being indulgently technical. Topped off with gruff, emotive vocals that never quite stray into all out screaming and adept guitar work Geography has most definitely become a band impossible to ignore. In the last three years Geography has played over 200 shows in 16 different states with acts as diverse as: Hawthorne Heights, Minus the Bear, Arms Bend Back and Lovedrug and has no intention of stopping anytime soon. Geography has decided to play rock and roll the real way--by playing rock and roll.

They’ve come unarmed in terms of business acumen. With live performances often ending in broken equipment and bloody appendages as well as a lust to tour, Geography are poised to piss on your parade. 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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