Apathy of Conformist Thought
BANG...is not how Constantly Burning Fire (CBF) hit the scene. It actually was formed by a jaded musician who was tired of working with other people only to see their efforts wasted by collective laziness, emotional swings, and time constraints/schedule conflicts. So Paul Weaver started a solo project that gradually built as his bands gradually fell apart. He enrolled the services of Tommy Deitner for live performance, and the 'band' went on to put on unusual shows that included sock puppets and poor choreography. At first the reception was awkward smiles and tapping toes, but now CBF can work an audience into a booty shaking fervor. The debut album, 'The Apathy of Conformist Thought' includes 20 tracks that begin to reveal what CBF is all about. The songs range from happy upbeat electro pop to dark mysterious industrial.
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