Immune is the marching band to either the apocalypse or redemption - take your pick. To them it might be the same thing. But whether heaven or hell is their destination of choice, they'll make the trip with churning choruses, anger and wit, a split screen of empathy and defiance. And did I say we could all merrily sing along? Immune was crystallized in Providence, Rhode Island by songwriter Rob Shulze. A musical scream in forlorn New England would be lost in the din of a passing Amtrak train, so Los Angeles seemed a better setting for broken dreams to trump no dreams at all. A changing of the guard was in order and new conscripts from Seattle (Johnny Skaare, Drums), Virginia (Drew Worsley, Bass), and Brazil (Diego Chies, Lead Guitar) found Southern California refuge under the flag of Immune. Legendary platinum-encased producer Sylvia Massy (Tool, System Of A Down) put her master's touch on a 3-song EP which brought their sound and passion to exponentially more listeners across the globe. Now, production wizard Seth von Paulus has taken the band to new sonic heights. Bet against them, if you dare.