Me Infecto | Killing Ourselves Slowly

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Killing Ourselves Slowly

by Me Infecto

Dirgy & loud bass and drum rock with emphasis on dynamics.
Genre: Metal/Punk: Alternative Metal
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1. Killing Ourselves Slowly as Possible
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2:26 $0.99
2. Destinations a Hoax
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3:39 $0.99
3. In the Company of Whores
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4. Peel Away
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5. Something I Never Want to Hold
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Me Infecto is from Seattle, WA and consists of 2 people - Dan Infecto plays bass and sings, Ben Infecto plays drums. These two have been playing together for ten years, but Me Infecto has been alive since 2000. Dan and Ben have the same idea of what kind of music they want to make, and they don't need a guitar or a singer to make it work. They write short, dynamic, brutal songs that don't follow the duo trend, which is to sound like two - they sound like a full band.

They're live performances are tight and explosive. They don't hold back on volume (Dan plays through much more than the average bass player) and the dynamics are powerful and in unpredictable places. They are unique and energetic on stage, only taking one break during each set.

They have two full length records out, Reality and all it's Friends and World We Will Digest, and just released a new EP titled Killing Ourselves Slowly.


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