Sounding trim, wiry, and frantic because they spit away fuzzy bad-vibe anthems of bitterness and accusation, Ex-Cult certainly are a brutal punk rock-band from Memphis. The group was produced in 2011 by vocalist Chris Shaw, previously of Vile Country, and drummer Michael Peery, who caused the music group Magic Children. Recruiting bassist Natalie Hoffmann and guitarists J.B. Horrell and Alec McIntyre, the brand new band had taken the name Sex Cult and released its initial single through reputed Memphis punk label Goner Information in Sept 2011. Shaw acquired struck up a camaraderie with SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA garage punk master Ty Segall, and after Segall noticed Sex Cult perform on the 2012 South by Southwest Music Meeting, he volunteered to create the band’s initial record. The group got Segall through to his present, and going to SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA for classes with Segall and engineer Eric Bauer, however, not before changing its name to Ex-Cult. Ex-Cult’s self-titled debut recording premiered by Goner in past due 2012, and gained enthusiastic reviews through the music press. Pursuing intensive touring, including a string of times starting for Segall, Ex-Cult started focus on their second recording, and Midnight Traveler arrived in Apr 2014. The group strike the road having a vengeance following the LP lowered, and in July 2014, Ex-Cult announced they’d transformed their lineup, with Hoffmann out and Frank McLallen in on bass. After another trip to the documenting studio, Ex-Cult got a fresh EP to increase their catalog, and Cigarette Machine premiered by Castle Encounter Records in Feb 2015. After Shaw got periods to record an recording with GØGGS, a music group he shaped with Segall and Fuzz’s Charles Moothart, Ex-Cult returned to California for weekly to record with Segall once again. The resulting recording, Negative Growth, premiered by Goner in Sept of 2016.