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The Process sound starts with mid-90s grunge/alternative era hooks and edgy melodies. The band adds complex arrangements, unexpected time signatures and twists to make it entirely their own. Influences stem from the great bands of the 90s - Nirvana, Alice in Chains, Helmet, Weezer, etc. Process also incorporates progressive sound from bands like Radiohead and Queens of the Stone Age. Vocally, singer/songwriter Adam Rooke uses Beatles-like melodies and harmonies with a powerful Foo Fighters-esque edge. The result is unbridled rock music that sticks to the listener while not compromising itself to typical pop-rock tendencies. Process has recently completed a 6-song demo that showcases the band’s range and quality of songwriting. They have been playing various gigs throughout Chicago and its suburbs for the past 5 years. Having been friends since grade school, they have a bond that most bands don’t. This is evident in their music, and also results in a particularly tight live sound. Adam Rooke (guitar-vocals), Nick Sperti (guitar), Brad Neville (drums), and Brian Reichard (bass) grew up together. The band hooked up in 1995, and when they weren’t covering Nirvana, they began crafting their own songs. They made their live debut in 1998 at their high school talent show, where they performed as Seven Ten Split. After high school, the band changed their name to Process. Preachin' like holy men.
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Genres:
Rock
Band Members:
Nick Sperti, Brad Neville, Adam Rooke, Brian Reichard
Hometown:
Glenwood, Illinois

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About Process

The Process sound starts with mid-90s grunge/alternative era hooks and edgy melodies. The band adds complex arrangements, unexpected time signatures and twists to make it entirely their own. Influences stem from the great bands of the 90s - Nirvana, Alice in Chains, Helmet, Weezer, etc. Process also incorporates progressive sound from bands like Radiohead and Queens of the Stone Age. Vocally, singer/songwriter Adam Rooke uses Beatles-like melodies and harmonies with a powerful Foo Fighters-esque edge. The result is unbridled rock music that sticks to the listener while not compromising itself to typical pop-rock tendencies. Process has recently completed a 6-song demo that showcases the band’s range and quality of songwriting. They have been playing various gigs throughout Chicago and its suburbs for the past 5 years. Having been friends since grade school, they have a bond that most bands don’t. This is evident in their music, and also results in a particularly tight live sound. Adam Rooke (guitar-vocals), Nick Sperti (guitar), Brad Neville (drums), and Brian Reichard (bass) grew up together. The band hooked up in 1995, and when they weren’t covering Nirvana, they began crafting their own songs. They made their live debut in 1998 at their high school talent show, where they performed as Seven Ten Split. After high school, the band changed their name to Process. Preachin' like holy men.
Show More
Genres:
Rock
Band Members:
Nick Sperti, Brad Neville, Adam Rooke, Brian Reichard
Hometown:
Glenwood, Illinois

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