Track Of The Day: Obsessive Compulsive
Manchester’s Obsessive Compulsive have energy, anger, intensity and belief – and they provide the latest Track Of The Day. Check out all the Tracks Of The Day.
The band started in 2003, drawing on a huge array of influences to come up with the sound of Obsessive Compulsive. Their first release was the EP A Demon For Every Occasion, which came out in 2004. Debut album Dreams Of Death & The Death Of Dreams was recorded last year with producer Russ Russell (Napalm Death/Evile). It offers up a cocktail of Killing Joke, Hole and Atari Teenage Riot – new age metal.
Says singer Kelii: “We want to be the kind of band that has dedicated, passionate fans and we think we’ve made a good start. If you collected all the people that like our music into one room you’d have punks, goths, metallers, emo kids, glam heads and really regular-looking people.”
Kelii – together with guitarist Giz, bassist Pete and drummer Dani – have dates lined up throughout the summer, to promote the album.
Now you can download the song Man Vs. Machine for free at www.sendspace.com/file/dab2h9
Find out more at www.myspace.com/obsessivecompulsive