Originally Posted by Henry Chinaski
agree on both counts.
I actually bought their first album from their guitarist when he was operating the merch stall when I saw them in 2001. The blonde haired guy. Got it signed by him.
They were third on the bill supporting Stampin Ground and Earthtone9
Another great band from that era. Not really nu-metal but part of the same scene.
awesome band. Saw them open for Fear Factory once, and they sounded better than FF :P
Did you know that the singer from ET9 stars in a band called TwinZero? As far as I know they've released 2 albums. It is abit more progressive than ET9, so don't know if that's anything you like