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    (1995- )
    Formed in Riverside, California
    Dryden Mitchell, vocalist/songwriter
    Terry Corso, guitarist (1995-2003)
    Tye Zamora, bass guitarist
    Mike Cosgrove, drummer
    Recorded Albums: 'Greatest Hits,' (1999) 'ANThology' (2001) and 'TruANT' (2003)
    Performs 'Movies,' 'Bug Bites,' 'Attitude,' 'Smooth Criminal,' 'S.S Recognize,' 'These Days,' 'Flesh and Bone,' 'Drifting Apart,' 'Rubber Mallet,' 'Happy Death Day' and 'Never Meant'
    They've toured with Papa Roach and were originally signed to their label, 'New Noize.'
    A bus accident forced them to cancel the rest of their tour.
    When they toured with Taproot and Linkin Park, they drank some beers of Taproot's and Dryden got nude in front of Linkin Park's tour bus and the crew threw fireworks at him.
    They all suffered injuries when their tour bus collided with a parked truck when they were on their way to Lisbon, Portugal (May 22, 2002).
    The bus driver, 26-year old Christopher Holland was killed, their friend and head of security, David Zajic crashed head first into a television set breaking almost every bone in his face which caused him to go in a coma. Dryden fell onto a step landing on his neck, severely damaging it and his spine. Terry broke his ankle, Mike suffered cuts and bruises and Tye had minor injuries and some broken bones.
    They were able to do a light-hearted interview with MTV about the accident (July 2003).
    For their video, 'These Days,' they crashed Justin Timberlake and Christina Aguilera's tour, entered a gay pride parade and then performed on the top of a building overlooking the red carpet of the BET Awards (2003).
    'Smooth Criminal' turned into a huge hit and was called by some as one of the best songs of 2001.
    They avoid cursing on their records because they want to be different and they don't want the beeping noise in their songs.
    The video for 'Movies' parodied 'Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory,' 'The Karate Kid' and 'Edward Scissorhands.'
    They have a wide range of influences, including Beatles, Black Sabbath, Jeff Buckley, Queen and Michael Jackson.

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