Many assumed how the influx of funk metallic rings that cropped up in the past due ’90s (Korn, Limp Bizkit) had started to pass away down by the brand new millennium, but southern Florida’s Groovenics held partying enjoy it was even now 1999. The six-piece music group (vocalist K*rl Michaels, guitarists Jim Austin and Matt Swig, bassist Pete Carmichael, drummer Mike Darookie, and keyboardist Josh Mullenix) is an expert in the testosterone-heavy sound of both aforementioned rings. Their self-released debut recording, Wedgie Fever, was released in 1999, as the group opened up local displays for such big-time functions as the Misfits, Mötley Crüe, SIGNIFICANTLY LESS THAN Jake, and Drain STH, and developed a following. Furthermore to winning honours from both Jam Magazine’s Jammy Honours as well as the South Florida Slammy Honours (Music group of the entire year, Best Vocalist, Greatest Bassist, and Greatest Local Launch), Groovenics also made an appearance on both Billboard’s and Talent Net’s niche graphs. By 2001, the sextet was agreed upon to Spitfire Information, which promptly released their self-titled sophomore work. The guys known as it quits, nevertheless, in Sept 2003. A few members continued to try out in Suicide Town.