The Grave Misunderstanding in 2009May 7, 2009
The Grave Misunderstanding
Home: Chatham Kent
Year Formed: Feb. 2006
Frank E. Fitz – writer/vocals/guitars
Jakk L. Bonez – drums/bgv’s –
We’ve had a few bass players.
Currently working to finish their debut album called divinorium for a late 2009 or 2010 release.
The Scoop: Franklin and Jakkie played in The God Life, also with Brad Benn and Derek Osborne. The God Life was between 2001 and 2003. I remember hearing them then & thinking they had an edge in their music ability.
Today, they are still building & are becoming one of the best bands from Chatham Kent at the moment.
The funny & friendly Frank makes all live shows what they should be.
I asked the band if they had anything to say that I could post and they left me with a good little thought…….
The Grave Misunderstanding represents the only problem in the world. Miscommunication. We are all one, trying to do the same thing, but we feel separate from others and even ourselves.
We’re suffering because of our nonexistent differences. Temporally confused and lost, like a teenager coming of age, slowly we’re waking and realizing we are doing it together. Belief that we’re separate from anything or anyone is the grave misunderstanding.
This band is to promote awareness of life, consciousness, love and connection. We are all one. We are coming together.
Andy Martin playing bass in this live video.
If video does not appear, watch it here.