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Sing the Body Electric

Sing the Body Electric

Sing the Body Electric


There are at least two artists under the name Sing the Body Electric: 1.) Sing the Body Electric was spun-off from Drive-Thru Records band Fenix TX. Sing the Body Electric never received major recognition, possibly because, unlike fellow Fenix-Tx spin-off Denver Harbor, their musical style was completely different from that of Fenix TX, and tended more towards progressive rock and hardcore punk. Somewhat distasteful behavior was also reflected by singer Scalamere Read more on Last.fm
There are at least two artists under the name Sing the Body Electric: 1.) Sing the Body Electric was spun-off from Drive-Thru Records band Fenix TX. Sing the Body Electric never received major recognition, possibly because, unlike fellow Fenix-Tx spin-off Denver Harbor, their musical style was completely different from that of Fenix TX, and tended more towards progressive rock and hardcore punk. Somewhat distasteful behavior was also reflected by singer Scalamere, who was known for his extreme views on contemporary music, as evidenced by an incident where he bragged about assaulting a person for wearing a Dashboard Confessional T-shirt. On May 26, 2005, after months of inactivity and a deadlock on Sing the Body Electric's website, Scalamere proclaimed the breakup of the band on their message board in a profanity-plastered diatribe that implicated the unreachability of band members as a major factor.

The post ended with the words "sing the body is dead, YOU KILLED IT!". 2.) Sing the Body Electric is a 4 piece instrumental rock band from Interlochen, MI. The band was originally formed around rough jams created by the original two members, Ryan Rmoadarmer and Mac Stinson, playing drums and guitar. The duo performed at open mic nights in small venues around Traverse City, MI.

After receiving some positive feedback the band continued to mature and added two more members, Chris Musselman and Andrew Rosenberg, both of whom shared the same passion to pursue instrumental rock. The group is managed by Blane Spiker. The music written by Sing the Body Electric could be described as powerful instrumental story incorporating many builds and climaxes commonly found in more symphonic styles. The band uses many influences and experiences to write music that creates its own sound within a very vague genre. StBE continues to grow and mature into their own sound. www.myspace.com/stbemusic Read more on Last.fm.

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