The Dallas, TX, band Span of Empire — guitarist Mike Graff, vocalist Vaughn Stevenson, drummers Chad Lovell and Michael Jerome, and bassist Paul Semrad — offers rock using a thoughtful, politically aware message. The group documented a set of albums for the Zoo Entertainment label (their self-titled debut as well as the sophomore Initiation), but was remaining with out a label when Zoo proceeded to go under. COE could pass on their message-filled music by starting for famous brands Prong and Sister Machine Weapon. The group sensibly made a decision to build their very own studio room with the amount of money put away for his or her third Zoo recording (which could have been totally lost within the shuffle), and waited it out before right record organization offered itself. TVT Information eventually authorized the music group and released their finest and most constant recording, Telepathic Last Terms, in past due 1997 (many followers beyond your Dallas area believed the group experienced broken up, because of the lengthy lack). Like its forerunner, Telepathic Last Terms handled conspiracy ideas and America’s developing obsession with key plots and treachery. And because it was made by John Fryer (Nine In . Fingernails, Gravity Kills), hook techno advantage was put into COE’s trademark metallic.