Setacide brining it… Atlanta, Texas style
By Eilene Rogers
Many people in the Greater Texarkana Area remember a band from Atlanta, Texas called Insinuwait. They were local celebrities with plenty of talent to go around. Now, Drummer Bum White and bassist David Ainsworth have given birth to a new band hailing from Atlanta, Setacide. This band has already been winning the hearts of fans as their following grows. In fact, the one word they used to describe their fans was, “loyal.”
Doghouse Entertainment once again sponsored another great event at Hippy’s Night Life in Texarkana. The show took place on November 12, 2011, staring the bands Up From Under, Messer and Setacide. When the opening band canceled, Setacide was more than happy to step-up. And boy did they! They had the audience up out of their seats and rocking.
After Setacide finished the set, It’s Ok I’m With The Band caught up with them for an interview. Standing before the camera was an eager, lively bunch of guys ready to share. The other members of the band are vocalist Adam Garcia and guitarist Jacob Domingue. They let the two more seasoned players do most of the talking during the interview.
The band describes their sound as modern heavy rock and named some of their influences as Shinedown, Chris Cornel, Sevendust and Led Zeppelin.
“All of the greats,” White said. “There’s been so many over the years I can’t name them all.”
“I got my roots from a lot of jazz,” Ainsworth explained. “Now days, it’s just anything with a good heavy rhythm to back it up.”
White and Ainsworth have been in several bands together in the past. The list was long, so obviously these two enjoy working together, and they do it well.
Setacide is making plans to play outside of the area soon.
“We’re looking at everything from Mississippi or anything south of the Mason Dixon Line. All the way up to entertaining some New Jersey gigs,” White said. “We’ll go out to the west or the east, it doesn’t make any difference.”
“Anywhere they want us to play,” Ainsworth added.
The band has a self-produced and self-titled CD. The members stated they would consider reproducing it if the right name came across the table. White says that Setacide is always writing and just wants keep it new for the fans.
“It’s been a great ride for sure,” White concluded.
“Yeah, we’re just trying to get these guys out there now,” Ainsworth said in agreement.
“This is my first ride,” Garcia exclaimed.
For more info on Setacide and booking, visit them on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/pages/Setacide/290756420958616
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