Worm,  Radio Creeps, Flood Damage, Ophelia

Worm (The World Organization of the Righteous Movement)

We don't discriminate by race color or creed. One World One People. The World Organization of the Righteous Movement

Radio Creeps

Haunting, heavy, experimental, dark, chaotic, & powerful. We have many inspirations and we use every tool necessary to bring that out in our performances and our recordings.
Started off in the late year of our lore twenty twelve. Radio Creeps was founded as an escape from our every day lives, and back to the roots of rock. With wild vocal rants and sometimes instrumental breaks with catchy keyboards, riffs, melodies, drums, and occasional experimentation with technology and sound. Going backwards and devolving from the emptiness of our new generation and filling the world once again with excitement and a new sound, bringing music back won't be easy but some one has to do it.

This project began as a need for eXpansion
using whatever tools were necessary to EXpound
the boundaries, to break the rules, to tear down
the walls, to bear witness to and communicate,
to eXcommunicate and embrace all which is life,
the chaotic visions, the landscapes and prisons,
all which binds us there; we, catapulted into the
controlled madness of fear, joys, toys and tears.

Meet The Radio Creeps: the bloody meat-puppets,
cavorting upon their strings, chains that dangle,
chains that break, musical vista's that shake and
hesitate, singing, speaking, growling, sounds/capes
that escape, as they proliferate; fulfilled, yet deprived
on the roads of Rock-N-Roll and all things adorned,
between and beneath, until their existence is marked
by a stone, by a wreath.

Come and eXperience that which is
the Radio Creeps if you have the strength,
the courage, the mind, to face the truths, the love's,
the lies that are some time’s hidden within us all....
somewhere deep inside.

Stay tuned: More sounds and noises are being transmitted from none other than the one and only (((((( Radio Creeps ))))))))

Flood Damage

Industrial rock with a black sense of humor, burlesque and machine rock fusion, experiments in sound and fury.
Back in 1996, deep in his parents basement, Michael A Rose started smashing the keys on his keyboard. Sometimes the sounds that came out made some kind of non-euclidean sense, and so he recorded them. In 2001 the CD "underlife" was released, garnering positive feedback from such luminaries as Meg Lee Chin (Pigface, Crunch) and remixed by such artists as Hypoid, Things Outside the Skin, hEADCAHE and Avenpitch.

In 2002, Flood Damage was featured on Notes From Thee Real Underground Volume III put out by invisible records. This exposure led to other compilation appearances such as Ursa Major from Innervenus. Between 2002 and 2006, Michael also provided instrumental tracks for the documentary "Rediscovering the Corps" and designed soundtracks for theatrical productions.

Now it's been bubbling under the surface and the rebirth is almost here. With a new full band, and plans for an industrial burlesque fusion extravaganza, the Flood Damage apocalypse is nigh. If the Mayans were right and the world will end in 2012, Flood Damage will probably have something to do with it. Be warned!
The moosemen of Prudhoe land were nervous. "You want to go to Amerika? Why?" asked the chief. "Because it is there," said Naked Seconds, the small wheel-chair bound boy, barely containing his rage, "Someone must get into the giant metal bird and fly to Amerika to set them straight about a few things." Thus the rebirth of Flood Damage began, helmed by insanity, new and improved, spreadable on toast. Beware.

$5.00 - $7.00


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