Dead Confederate have a post-grunge method of their music, which also leans heavily over the group’s psychedelic and Southern rock and roll influences. Seed products for the band’s development were planted through the past due ’90s, when upcoming bandmates Hardy Morris (vocals, electric guitar), Brantley Senn (bass), Walker Howle (electric guitar), John Watkins (keyboards), and Jason Scarboro (drums) bonded more than a distributed affinity for Green Floyd and Dark Sabbath. Although hailing from Augusta, GA, the quintet relocated to Atlanta pursuing college graduation. Another move quickly implemented, this time around to Athens, where in fact the group doubled its touring initiatives and caught the eye of previous Capitol Records leader Gary Gersh. Impressed using the band’s haunting audio, Gersh signed Deceased Confederate to his brand-new label, The Performers Organization, and released their debut EP in early 2008. A full-length record, Wrecking Ball, implemented in September, as well as the group came back two years afterwards release a its second record, Glucose. An EP, Peyote People made an appearance in 2012, accompanied by another full-length, Within the Marrow, early in 2013.