The band names influences as Alice Cooper, Miles Davis, and the Melvins. Playing shows with the likes of High on Fire, YOB, Yakuza, Weedeater, Macabre, Alabama Thunderpussy and old friends Buried at Sea, Indian's live shows continue to grow. Chicago fans regularly schedule late night encores for the band in the numerous clubs they've invaded throughout the city. After having toured the Midwest and Southern U.S., the band released their debut full length, The Unquiet Sky on Seventh Rule Recordings in September 2005.
In 2007 the band released their follow up album Slights and Abuse , followed by The Sycophant one year later. Both albums were recorded by Sanford Parker at Volume Studios (Lair of the Minotaur, Pelican, Minsk) in Chicago. In the same year their label re-released both albums together on one CD as Slights and Abuse/The Sycophant. Indian's mix of slow heavy rhythms and tempo sensitive noise create a style raw and pure as punk, but the sound is definitely some of the heaviest, darkest metal you will ever hear. Guiltless saw light of day in 2011.
Their last album, From All Purity was released in 2014 to much critical acclaim. In early 2015, they announced their breakup. Current line-up consists of Dylan O'Toole - guitar, vocals Will Lindsay - guitar, vocals Ron DeFries - bass Bill Bumgardner - drums Sean Patton - noise See www.indiandoom.com for more info. 2) An Irish indie rock band. Indian are Joe Hunt - Vocals, Martin Harte - Keyboards, Christy Behan - Drums, Pat McManus - Guitars, Leon Donnellan, Paul McCann - Bass, and sometimes Aileen Masterson. Indian's debut album Show Me that Chihuahua Again was released to critical acclaim in 1996. Their second album, Blue Flowers, was released in 2004. 3) A two piece Northern California math rock/hardcore band. With Hazen Bruhn on guitar, and a really good but as of yet unnamed drummer.
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