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  • 1Executive Decision05:06
  • 2Leviathan01:25
  • 3Prosperity Gospel03:17
  • 4Into the Fire02:58
  • 5Take It Back04:09
  • 6The Abyss05:12
  • 7America's Got Talent02:12
  • 8Broken04:36
  • 9All Your Insiders Are Out03:46
  • 10Subtle02:05
  • Total Runtime34:46

Info for Leviathan

Report Suspicious Activity started with George W. Bush. Vic Bondi, the singer/guitarist in bands such as Articles of Faith, Jones Very and Alloy, had more or less quit music. For five years he had kept a low profile, working in software and raising a family. And then there were the hanging chads and the Supreme Court appointed Bush, and Bondi’s muse, reliably political, asserted itself. He’d been friends with J Robbins of Jawbox and Government Issue fame, and sent him demos for a solo record that J would produce; J liked them enough that he signed on to play bass and recruited erstwhile Channels bandmate Darren Zentek to play drums. The end product, Report Suspicious Activity, was better than the sum of the parts and a step up from the demos, so they recruited Darren’s Kerosene 454 bandmate, Erik Denno, and make it official: Report Suspicious Activity was a band. They had three lead singers. They had a brutal rhythm section. They had complex and dynamic post-hardcore guitars. They sang about what was happening. They played the hell live. Two albums, and one EP later, they put the project on pause. Vic and Erik both moved from New York–Vic to Seattle and Erik to LA–and the logistics of working with J and Darren, both Baltimore residents, made it difficult to continue.

Vic Bondi, vocals, guitar
Eric Denno, guitar, vocals
J. Robbins, bass, vocals
Darren Zentek, drums

Report Suspicious Activity
is the current band for former Articles of Faith frontman Vic Bondi. Vic formed the band as an outlet for his anger over the 2004 re-election of President George Bush and war in Iraq. Vic first contacted Channels frontman and indie-rock producer extraordinaire J. Robbins (ex-Jawbox, ex-Government Issue) about the possibility of working together and J., in turn, brought along drummer Darren Zentek (Channels, ex-Kerosene 454). The trio released a CD of Vic-penned tunes on Alternative Tentacles in 2005 and toured the country with The Bomb in 2006. Following the release of the CD, the group added Erik Denno (ex-Kerosene 454) as second guitarist.

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