MP3 X-Possibles - Lost Voices
Singer Tibbie X drags listeners into deep psychosis and makes them enjoy the trip down. Sensual whispers, raspy vocals and deep screeching howls over thick guitars and powerful drums. Inspired by the Zodiac Killer, Anton LaVey and life in NYC.
4 MP3 Songs in this album (10:32) !
Related styles: Metal/Punk: New York Punk, Metal/Punk: Hardcore Punk, Type: Vocal
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X-Possibles are NYC based, founded by vocalist Tibbie X and lead guitarist Rikki Chips in the late 90''s. Their sound evolved from Horror Punk, Surf Guitar and 1980''s O.C. Hardcore and these influences put them into a genre all their own. Tibbie X became infamous at cbgbs and throughout the punk scene worldwide for her aggressive/sexual stage persona, documented in Punk Magazines special tribute to CBGBS issue, and in many indie films and zines.
X-Possibles toured Europe extensively playing major punk music festivals in Prague, all over Germany and ending at the "Holidays in the sun/Wasted" festival in England. They also toured underground punk squats such as A.K.I in Austria, Kopi in Berlin, and many others all over Europe.
X-Possibles released 2 albums , one titled "Blood Everywhere" and another Self Titled "X-Possibles". Two songs from Blood everywhere "Zombieotic" and "Bodies Everywhere" are currently being used in the ongoing https://www.tradebit.comies "Zombie Hunters City of the Dead" which also stars Tibbie X in episode 7 as a gun slinging Zombie Killer.
Their latests album "Lost Voices" is the strongest yet backed by Monster Magnet drummer Michael Wildwood. Tibbie X has evolved her vocals into a wide range of different personalties she describes as "schizophrenic story telling". Four songs each with its own distinct style. The first song "6x the Weirdness" more on the Deahtrock side, then "Superbia" more hardcore/punk. "Mr. Know-it-All" is the most pop influenced single recently made into a video featuring many Lower East side artists, models and musicians. Lastly "The Never Dead" with rich heavy guitars layered with eerie reverb solos, vocals switching from soft to furious marking the distinctive X-possibles sound.