We are proud to annouce that our very own Bassist Chris Davison now endordeses SPECTRAFLEX cables, and MORLEY Pedals! Be sure
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North Jersey Notes: The Inversion Circus, Incognito Theory, Royal Skulls, and More
—by Tim Louie, April 19, 2017
THE INVERSION CIRCUS—Red Bank, NJ
I came across a cool new band out of Red Bank, NJ, who was actually nominated for Top New Artist at last year’s Asbury Music Awards. The name of the band is The Inversion Circus, and I learned about them because I was invited to a CD release party event at The Brighton Bar in Long Branch, NJ on Saturday, May 13, through Facebook. The invite piqued my interest about the band, and my interest was raised even more after I gave The Inversion Circus a listen on their website, InversionCircus.com. I got to hear the songs “Baraboo,” “Tuffy’s Revenge” and “Ferrous Wheel” and well, they were instrumental, but these songs jammed! The musicianship in this band is second to none. I was hooked!
According to their bio, The Inversion Circus was formed by guitarist Chris Macock and bassist Chris Davison back in 2014 based on an idea that they would write music that they actually enjoy playing, as well as being challenged musically. With this goal in mind, Chris and Chris knew that drummer Ronnie Mormino was the natural choice to lay down their grooves. The Inversion Circus was born! Musically for this trio, there were no boundaries. The boys feel that if they can imagine it, they will do it, hence validating their name Inversion Circus as it truly is a circus of music!
The Inversion Circus will be releasing their debut full-length CD, InTents (Fire at the Big Top) on May 14. To celebrate the CD’s release, The Inversion Circus will be throwing a CD release party at The Brighton Bar on Saturday, May 13, with Metal Life Crisis, Steve Bello, and The Way Out. You need to check these guys out or get to this CD release party. For more on The Inversion Circus or to give them a listen, visit InversionCircus.com.