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Atticus Ross 

Brett Gurewitz 

Leopold Ross 

Greg Puciato 



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Frustrated at how aggressive music seemed to have largely become the domain of goateed guys angry at nothing and dreaming of Big Black, the concept of Error was born late one night a year ago when Atticus Ross wrote the beginnings of "Nothing's Working." Leo Ross added guitar and bass to the song and they decided to write another one, and thus the band was born. Fusing some of the more extreme developments in electronic music with traditional punk song structure, the Ross' found the perfect collaborator in Brett Gurewitz, who was also longing to do something unconventional with music. "Me and Leo would write a bunch of stuff and take it round to Brett's where he would come up with the melody and words," says Atticus of the process. "Or sometimes Brett would demo a song on guitar, and then Leo and I would take it apart and put it back together in a completely different way." He adds, "because I have a studio in my house, we were able to keep adding and changing stuff up until the final mix."

Next came trying to find a voice to deliver the lyrics. "We hooked up with Greg when he was on tour." says Leo, "and by the end of the first verse we knew we had found the perfect voice for this EP."

"Although our goal was to try to make something that sounded different and antagonistic," he continues, "we didn't want to make it an unbearable listen."

"I believe in art and commerce" agrees Atticus, "art for art's sake can often suck and commerce for commerce's sake always does."

Brett acknowledges that Error may not be the typical Bad Religion fan's cup of tea: " I want people to like it, but if they hate it that would be okay with me too just as long as they're not lukewarm about it."

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