CHRIST VS. WARHOL
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All is not well in Los Angeles: beyond the perfectly manicured lawns and pre-fab buildings, between the corporate media hype and pharmaceutical ads, behind the plastic surgery and spray-on tans, a sense of unrest grows, festering just beneath the surface, threatening to tip the delicate balance of artifice and apathy off it’s axis and send the entire facade crashing into a well-deserved oblivion.
It is this climate that birthed Christ vs. Warhol — art school sedition with guitars instead of guns.
Fronted by agitprop siren eveghost (ex-Scarlet?s Remains and Purnama), Christ vs. Warhol is colored by the frenetic, swirling guitars of Steven James (ex-All Gone Dead and Scarlet’s Remains/currently of The Deadfly Ensemble and Faith And The Muse), driven by the eclectic, angular basslines of Marzia Rangel (ex-Kastle Greyskull and Scarlet’s Remains/currently of The Deadfly Ensemble and Faith And The Muse), and held in place by the thundering drums of Geoff Bruce (ex-Sunshine Blind and Faith And The Muse/currently of Anima Mundi).
Dissent, the band’s 2010 debut album, blends post-punk sensibilities with anarchic fervor, with lyrics ranging from the fiercely political to the delicately personal, all delivered with Christ vs. Warhol’s trademark hooks and vicious energy.
[biography from last.fm, click here to read the full biography on last.fm]
|05/2010||PHOTOSHOOT||WGT 2010, Leipzig, Germany||[marquis(pi)X]|