2. Liquid Limbs was an avantgarde techno/house band founded in 1992. The members were Baris Zsolt, Budai Gábor and Suta. Their music conatined various experimental and ambient elements which made their sound really progressive and mystic. Their most famous song was "Living in the house". --- 1. Kevin Novak (guitar/vocals), who alternates between a standard and baritone guitar, makes his axe do things that, quite frankly, just seem unnatural, from the heaviest churning chords to floating and melodic leads.
Chase Permann (drums) matches every note effortlessly with pounding and dynamic beats. Together on their debut full-length, Orquid, they are loud, heavy and captivating. The same holds true for their ear shattering live show; never boring, sometimes life-changing. Many modern two-piece, guitar-and-drums bands today try to get back to the simplistic roots of rock and roll, but Liquid Limbs constantly rearrange and challenge traditional song structures. Before moving to Gainesville, Permann was a truck driver (he still holds his CDE license), but eventually retired his rig to return to school.
When he walked in for the first day of his music theory class at Santa Fe Community College in Gainesville, Novak was in the classroom playing Slayer’s “Raining Blood” on keyboard. He knew from then on that they were destined to play music together. That was over four years ago and they have been playing together ever since. And although Orquid is their first full-length, they have been rocking faces off in Gainesville for several years and already have a strong following there.
The band toured the Southeast during Spring Break of 2007 and have played the Fest in Gainesville multiple times and shared the stage with a multitude of bands like Torche and Kylesa. Orquid will be released September 16, 2008 Recorded at Crescendo Sound Studios in Gainesville, FL with Derron Nuhfer and Ryan Williams 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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