Led by Aleister 639 The Bundys music is a lampoon of society set to grinding guitars and intense percussion arrangements.No one is safe from being a target in world of The Ted Bundys,from politicians to televangelists to porn stars.This all part of the satire of everyday day life which inspires Aleister's poignant and sarcastic lyrics to flow from his lips.
Formed in 1989 by Aleister 6three9 the original lineup consisted of Greg Schneider on Bass and Bud Light Bundy on drums with Aleister handling guitar and vocal duties.This lineup recorded the first two Bundy releases "Live Death And Defecation" and the "Kelly Bundy is my Love Goddess"EP.
From there Aleister started recording the sessions which ended up being the "Attack Of The Crack Zombies" album with a new set of musicians.Among these was Wes Beech of Plasmatics fame on guitar and Billy G. on drums.
In the mid 90's a fresh change of scenery was much needed and the band moved to Atlanta where it turned out the "Ozzy Made Me Do It" Album and added Josh Beck on Bass.They also learned things like Ya'll and that the way to keep the South clean is to buy a Yankee a bus ticket home.But seriously the Band truly does love Atlanta and considers Atlanta it's second home.
A return to the Hockey Haven and world of Canadian Beer was in order though and the band returned to the cesspool Detroit.Which brings us to current conspiracies the band is contemplating at this very moment.The first revolves around the re-issue of classic Bundys material on CD as well as a newly recorded album.There is also chatter about taking over small little townships in Ohio and New Jersey and various other parts of the U.S. You should maybe consult your various local weekly entertainment rags as to battle and attack plans concerning your village.Because you never know where or when The Bundys might show up in your town.So round up your religous leaders and plot your strategies now while you still got time.
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