The 'resurrection EP' started life in 2005 under the name of 'static'. At that time it was destined to be on a full length album. The band was comprised of three members Mike Edwards, Jeff Harness and Johnnie Smith. At that time the guitar was nowhere to be found. Also the songs themselves were in various states of rough draft... finished but never quite complete. More than enough tracks were written to complete 2 albums over the next few years. Johnnie left the band to pursue a life in Texas and a guitarist Mike Sellers was picked up. Fate it seems was at work because the band was about to pull the plug on itself and Sellers was at the same spot musically. It managed to turn us around and turn us into more than a studio band. We quickly developed the need to go out and present our brand of Industrial live. In the jumble of events to follow we managed to pick up the talent of a bassist (Mike Dorsey) which was also a new addition to the mix. Once these new instruments began melding into the original tracks we knew we had to release something and soon. It became apparent that not all we had previously recorded would work with the new string element. So in taking the best of what was to be on 'static' and a brand new track written with the guitars in mind. So 'resurrection' the track and the EP came to be. The music written back in 2005 is the same way it is written now. We write it to bring life back to a style many would deem dead. So if heavy guitar work, throbbing beats, low gritty synths, plus some angry yet understandable vocals do it for you... Look no further Industrial fans! Welcome back.