When Frodus returned to the scene after a 10-year absence, guitarist/frontman Shelby Cinca and drummer Jason Hamacher decided to continue where their satirical commentary on corporate culture left off.
The 1998 album 'Conglomerate International,' which was recent
When word rang out that the noise machine of Frodus would be releasing new material -- as founders Shelby Cinca and Jason Hamacher regrouped from 10 years of inactivity -- all conversations turned to asking when to expect what was being recorded with Dillinger Escape Plan bassist Liam Wilson. No release date was announced, however. One day, 'Soundlab One' was unleashed w
When the chaotic and undefinable Frodus took the stage last year after a decade away, many wondered if the Washington, D.C.-born act would pick up where they left off with 'And We Washed Our Weapons in the Sea.' Frontman/guitarist Shelby Cinca told Noisecreep he has no pla
There was no single event that was a catalyst for the reformation of Frodus. It was actually three separate incidents: an improvised attempt of an old song, an economic disaster and the re-release of an album that mockingly foretold of the financial failure.
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