Boston-based death metallic/grindcore outfit the Reddish Chord combine a crushing rhythmic assault and guitar patterns that bite just like a round saw using the menacing but smart lyrics and furious vocals of frontman Guy Kozowyk. Created in 1999, the music group earned a status on the brand new England metal picture for his or her uncompromising audio and style plus they had been provided a one-off record cope with the indie label Robotic Actions. 2002’s Fused Jointly in Revolving Doorways was documented in only three days, however the outcomes had been strong more than enough to earn them many brand-new fans, as well as the band could spend additional time on the second record, 2005’s Clients. Customers was an idea album motivated by Kozowyk’s time job working in a pharmacy, in which a amount of disturbed and eccentric people would can be found in frequently to fill up prescriptions, with each tune telling the storyplot of the different “customer.” Originally released through Dark Markey Actions, the well-respected steel label operate by Kozowyk and previous bassist Adam Wentworth, Customers was afterwards reissued through Steel Blade Information, who agreed upon the group to an archive deal (and organized to distribute a few of BMA’s produces). The Crimson Chord toured with On top of Fireplace, Hatebreed, GWAR, Between your Buried and Me, and EACH TIME I Die, and had been area of the lineup for the 2006 release of Ozzfest. Prior to the Crimson Chord could go back to the studio room to record their third recording, guitarist Johnny Fay still left the group to devote additional time to his burgeoning profession as a saving engineer. With the brand new lineup instead of Kozowyk on vocals, Mike “Gunface” McKenzie and Mike Keller on guitars, Greg Weeks on bass, and Brad Fickeisen on drums, the Crimson Chord lay out on tour in expectation of the discharge of Victim for Eye on July 24, 2007.