Michelle Proffit's vocal style is very intense, mostly consisting of screaming and screeching her lyrics. It adds a definite sense of intensity to the music. Her lyrical style is heavily political, leaning hard towards the left-wing side of the political scale. The band recorded its first EP in early 2002 with producer Don Fury. The result, Invasive/Exotic, was released on G7 Welcoming Committee Records in May, 2002.
After touring a bit for the record, the band split up that same year. Fortunately, the members were convinced to re-form in late 2003 by the people at G7 Records. Newly reformed with the same lineup, the band began working on songs that would eventually be recorded and released as End States (2005), again on G7 Welcoming Committee Records. Discography EPs Invasive//Exotic (G7 Welcoming Committee Records, 2002) LPs End States (G7 Welcoming Committee Records, 2005) Compilations Take Penacilin Now (G7 Welcoming Committee Records, 2006) 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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