- Red Voice Choir
Infobox musical artist
Name = Red Voice Choir
Background = group_or_band
Genre = Rock,
Post-punk, Gothic rock
Years_active = 2005 - present
Current_members = Miss Kel Adam Beck Dawn Hillis Kevin Brown
Past_members = Skot B
Red Voice Choir is a progressive dark rock band formed in
Oakland, California, USA in 2005. Members are: Miss Kel (vocals) and (keyboards), Adam Beck (vocals) and ( guitar), Dawn Hillis (bass) and Kevin Brown (drums).
The current line-up features Miss Kel (of Black Ice and the now defunct Sister Mary Shoelace), Adam Beck (of Death of a Party), Dawn Hillis (formerly of The Holy Kiss) and Kevin Brown (of Black Ice, and now defunct: The Freaks, Sister Mary Shoelace, and The Legendary Freemonious Wah), although the band originally began with
Skot B.(of Black Ice, The Phantom Limbsand [http://www.analkitties.com Anal Kitties] ) as the drummer. Their first CD EP, "A Thousand Reflections" was released by [http://www.atakra.com Atakra Productions] on July 9th, 2007. On February 3rd, 2008, Red Voice Choir played it's last show at 924 Gilmanin Berkeley, California. According to their Myspacepage, they are mixing a 5 song recording to be released posthumously.
The band has been described as experimental, progressive dark rock, among others, with a wide range of influences, and features a mash-up of loud and quiet music with the contrast of screaming vocals against soothing harmonies and melodies.
* [http://www.myspace.com/redvoicechoir Red Voice Choir's Myspace page]
* [http://www.mungaso.com/blackice Black Ice's official website]
* [http://www.thedeathofaparty.com Death of a Party's official website]
* [http://www.atakra.com Atakra Productions official website]
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