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The Casualty Process

The Casualty Process

The Casualty Process


The Casualty Process is an electronic rock project from the Tehran underground music scene. Originally formed by Natch and his sister Cis, The Casualty Process (TCP) currently features Natch on guitar, vocals, and customized midi controller, and Shayan on guitar, bass, and vocals. Natch and Shayan rose to international notoriety with their previous project, The Plastic Wave, for whom performances in Iran were illegal because of their female lead singer. Read more on Last.fm
The Casualty Process is an electronic rock project from the Tehran underground music scene. Originally formed by Natch and his sister Cis, The Casualty Process (TCP) currently features Natch on guitar, vocals, and customized midi controller, and Shayan on guitar, bass, and vocals. Natch and Shayan rose to international notoriety with their previous project, The Plastic Wave, for whom performances in Iran were illegal because of their female lead singer. The Plastic Wave were featured in first Impossible Music Session in New York City in March 2010.

Their story has been profiled by National Public Radio's "All Things Considered," WNYC's "Soundcheck," Voice of America, The Wall Street Journal, The Guardian UK, Irish Times, and numerous other media. The Casualty Process' debut EP, entitled [UN]even, released in July 2011 and it is available for download on TCP website (www.thecasualyuprocess.com) [UN]even artwork features a series of characters and stories inspired by real life. 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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