to suggest or hint indirectly; to make one’s way gradually by stealth and cleverness
Subtlety is not a hallmark of metal bands, and, on the surface, Insinuwait, is no exception to the rule when it comes to cranking out the highest quality heavy rock and roll in the Ark-La-Tex area.
These guys from Cass County, Texas, are as straightforward as their hard-driving sound and dynamic stage performances which have delighted fans from Dallas to Houston to Shreveport, LA.
There is nothing indirect about the sound and the lyrics Insinuwait suggests in it’s music. Craig Wood, Bum White, Casey Huff, David Ainsworth, and Christopher Johnson (CJ) have gradually, quietly, and carefully planned their careers for almost ten years to arrive on the metal music scene in a big way in 2003-2004.
With unquestionable individual talent and a tight and fiery approach to their music, Insinuwait delivers for the individual listener or the crowded club scene with an intensity that is white-hot.
Weather attacking the mic with ferocity or nurturing it with affection, Craig works the crowd with stage presence of a cagey veteran while Bum disappears behind a blur of drum sticks and cymbals as Casey stalks the stage providing the a rhythm structure for CJ’s blazing guitar work and David’s laid back, on-time six string bass work.
People are beginning to notice. And listen. Find out for yourself.
They might just Insinuwait themselves into your music collection.