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The Pink Spiders
Clad in pink and black and suggesting a rowdy, pretentious persona, The Pink Spiders is an American punk-pop trio hailed from Nashville, Tennessee. The trio draws inspiration from the dance scene, soul music, and 70s to form their unique and unmistakably luring sound.
At the time of its formation in 2003, the Pink Spiders enlisted Matt Friction on vocals/guitar, Jon Decious on bass, and Bob Ferrari on drums. The band came up with its first EP in early 2004, called The Pink Spiders Are Taking Over!. In a whirlwind of hustle and clatter, the Pink Spiders seemed an instant iconoclastic frame of French New Wave cinema come to life.
The Spiders Are Taking over proved to be a battle cry that served as a frenetic, precocious primer for The Pink Spiderss pop-punk fascination with decadence, obsession, and thwarted lovers. Soon after the release of their EP, the band signed on with CI Records who released the bands debut full-length album entitled Hot Pink in 2005.
The Pink Spider, with an almost Machiavellian sense of ambition, calculated, strategized and plotted Hot Pink. The album broke the door down for the band and also brought in the whirlwind attention. In the support of the album, the Pink Spiders toured relentlessly, battling chaos offered by life.
The pink Spiders live shows amazed audience with kinetic and jolting performances marked by brash and swaggering bravado. By that time, the band earned was recognized as being striking figures in pink and jet black. The Pink Spiders were distant, and aloof, itchy and sex-fueled.
With drummer Bob Ferrari, often giving them the finger during a one-handed solo, and bassist Jon Decious, spitting beer into the front row, the Pink Spiders truly liked to stick it to the crowd. Their fan-base was expanding gradually and the band was gaining momentum by producing hit after hit. Their Hot Pink unfurled like a grainy black & white film about the fast gateways and fast women.
Debut album Hot Pink garnered positive reviews both from critics and audiences for The pink Spiders. The album contained catchy, infectious doses of dark, as Its doo-wop on a bender, as well as unruly pop for the lust-filled swinger. Each song contained a different theme and each tale is a new city, a new girl, a new crush etc.
With an explosive backdrop that gets the blood going with a sneer, audience found humanity in Frictions clever portraits of love and the human condition. Overall with great response, the Pink Spiders fortunes changed with several offers from renowned labels. The band, however, ended up settling with Geffen Records.
After signing with Geffen Records and completing the Vans Warped tour in summer 2006, the Pink Spiders headed into the studio to work on their next full-length album, Teenage Graffiti. Ric Ocasek-produced-gun shot was released to critical acclaim in the spring of 2006. Teenage Graffiti featured the undeniably poppy debut single Little Razorblade.
This standout track was an ode to the crush-heavy pang, debuting on MTVs Total Request Live on April 11, 2006. Its video eventually reached at number 12. With the release of this album, the Pink Spiders once again embarked on an extensive tour.
During live sets, the Pink Spiders employ extra members to fill out their sound with vocals, keyboards, percussion and guitar. Teenage Graffiti is just that music lovers may get amount of thrill up and down their spine as they listen to it and realize that they like almost every single track.
Fevered, luminous record of rock n roll escapades, the album inventories the impulsiveness of summer road strips, the apathy of youth, and other elements. The Pink Spiders have since been hailed as one of Alternative Presss 100 Bands You Need To Know. Also spawned from the album was a single called Saturday Nite Riot.
Saturday Night Riot was an instantly infectious sing-along with soaring bubblegum harmonies and a climactic beat. Back To The Middle also got off to good reviews. In support of Teenage Graffiti, The Pink Spiders toured with many popular bands.
Todate the band has performed with 30 Seconds to Mars, Good Charlotte, Yellowcard,Meg & Dia,All Time Low, Sugarcult, Damone, Kill Hannah, Fall Out Boy and many. In 2008, the Pink Spiders appeared with their yet another full-length debut album, they call it Sweat It Out.
It was released under the independent label, Mean Buzz, in partnership with Adrenaline Music. The album spawned its first single, Gimme Chemicals, on August 2008.
The Pink Spiders have recently gone through a line-up change, after Jon Decious and Bob Ferrari left. On their Summer 2008 Tapped Kegs, Spread Legs & Fertilized Eggs tour, The Pink Spiders released the tour-only exclusive Subterranean EP.
The EP features previously unreleased versions of Teenage Graffiti and Knock Knock, Gimmie Chemicals, and Sleeping On the Floor from Sweat It Out, and few others.
The Pink Spiders have been noted for their extremely energetic live performances and music elements. Listen to the potential music of the Pink Spiders that will surely run you over and make you rock.