Biography 'Dynamic,' just one word of thousands that can accurately describe Liecus. With their groundbreaking, genre-shattering music and commanding live set, one walks away breathless and transformed. Liecus challenges their musicians to move past the bar they have set for each and every performance, pushing themselves to the extreme. Fans of Tool, Pantera, Deftones, and Mudvayne can definitely appreciate what Liecus has to offer. 'This is some of the most blistering hardcore with chunks of Metal floating on top and a thick, fermented sheen of driving Death Metal musicianship I think I have ever heard in my life! Oh, and that's just the first track I was talking about because I don't, after years of writing, have enough musical definitions to describe this band's music.' Caveman Chronicles The Musicians: Ian Leary: Vocals, All Lyrics Eric Seevers: Guitars, Vocals Neil Rosenbaum: Bass Mark Hayhurst: Percussion The Past: Liecus is the product of an uncompromising vision of two individuals 10 years in the making. Throughout endless lineup changes, total DIY financing, promotion, distribution, marketing, touring and the overall rigors of 'band' life, the vision has never wavered. No world domination, no sex, drugs, and rock n' roll, just real music, for real people. Discography: 1996: American Scheme (full length) 1997: Present Wake (demo) 1998: Destroy all Nonbelievers (demo) 1999: (Self titled EP) 2001: What Have They Come For (full length) 2004: Hypocrite (EP) 'With no less than four major time signature changes per song, you're quick to run out of good adjectives. All I can say is, any musician ready to experience absolute flawless mastery of their chosen instrument needs to purchase this album and study the hell out of it. I don't care if you listen to Metal / Hardcore / Death Metal / Jazz / or Fusion. UraniumMusic.com Liecus has booked and financed their own tours from the Midwest to the Northeast sharing the stage with some of the leading acts in today's metal scene, including Ill Nino (Roadrunner Records), Zao (Solid State), Byzantine (Prosthetic), Karma To Burn (Roadrunner), Bobaflex (TVT), The Misfits (Ryco), Cannae (Prosthetic), and Dog Fashion Disco (Artemis). In addition Liecus has been playing the circuit, performing in clubs who have made names for themselves as venues that must be included in any band's tour schedule: from the Village East Theater (NY, NY) to the Canopy Club (Champagne, IL) to the Tremont Music Hall (Charlotte, NC) and everywhere in-between. Whether it's performing in front of 200 belligerent frat-boys or 1,000 screaming metal fanatics, Liecus continues to carve their niche in today's vast music scene. Driven, determined, and passionate, Liecus is the complete package.
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