The band, known as L.O.W. was started in the summer of 2000. The founding band members are Eli Bergseth and Tom Peffer. Tom Peffer was in charge of guitars and Eli Bergseth the drums.
Then L.O.W. found bassist Larry Gammill. Shortly after Larry joined L.O.W. he introduced Chad Schreiner to L.O.W.. L.O.W. decided they wanted another guitar player, and Chad was it.
In early 2004, the L.O.W. line up changed and Mike Stut joined as the new vocalist.
Currently, L.O.W. is working on recording a new CD. The L.O.W. CD should be available by May, 2005 if not sooner.
Here are some reviews of our music off of Garageband.com:
i loved the vocals in the song it went right with the guitar, i would love to hear all of that song again.
New Hudson, Michigan
These guys are TIGHT!!
Vocals are interesting. They almost pull it off like Fear Factory going from the "singing" to the "metal singing." I like it. The band is tight on all their changes and stops. Good structure to the song. Driving sound, production quality is a bit muddy but the music is good enough to stand apart from it.
Des Plaines, Illinois
Great song man
this kicked my ass.... what a great mix.... the changes are impeccable and the vocal phrasing fits like a glove around this roller-coaster ride of a song "incredible job"
Schizophrenia at it's Greatest
The vocals of this song were extremely volatile, which is pretty cool, I guess. The other music however is pretty basic. One of the riffs is sort of catchy, but not something likely to get stuck in my head. I noticed some decent bass in the background. "This shit is kind of whack...it's alright" - (The roommate review)
1. Becoming U
2. Clouded Memory
5. Plastic Illusions
6. Already Dead