INDEX CASE

ORIGIN

Indianola, Iowa, USA.

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GENRE

Nu Metal

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MEMBERS

Later line-up:
Joe Ansley - Vocals
Josh Parker - Guitar
Nick Borror - Bass
Josh Ickowitz - Drums

Older line-up:
Joe Ansley - Vocals
Josh Parker - Guitar
Korey Birkenholtz - Bass
Jordan Spence - Drums


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DISCOGRAPHY

'Birth' (2000)
01. Phillip
02. Once Daily
03. IC's Vs Everyone
04. Taken Land
05. A.K.A
06. 3rd Floor
07. Oxyempty
08. No Good
09. Mysophobia
10. Drop Your Neighbor
11. Every Breath
12. Boredom
13. Mellow Jam

'Glass' (2002)
01. Glass
02. Approaching Glass
03. Airusall Analogy
04. One Less Finger
05. Oxy Contin
06. Roofies
07. Nocturna
08. Question
09. Infiction
10. Living So Muster
11. Why Dreams Bleed

'The Weak And The Wounded' (2003)
01. The Weak
02. The Wounded
03. Listen
04. Perfect Season
05. Eubiquitous
06. Hope Is The Most Beautiful Lie
07. Immencely
08. Sincere
09. Fifty5Ten
10. If Anything At All
11. Fetish
12. Thisism

'Index Case' (2005)
01. Listen
02. Deserver
03. The L
04. Between Us
05. Why Dreams Bleed
06. The Wounded
07. Perfect Season
08. II
09. Silent Side Of You
10. Fetish
11. Sincere
12. For Nothing

'augusTagein' (2010)


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COMMENTS

The band is said to feature a Nu Metal style comparable to early Linkin Park.

The album 'Index Case' (2005) is the self-titled album by the band and is their first commercially released album.

Index Case's music video for 'Why Dreams Bleed', is the first music video that Chad Calek ever directed. Chad also directed the music video for the band's song 'Deserver'. Chad Calek was the bass player for Des Moines' rapcore band 35" Mudder, who later went on to become an award-winning film-maker.

Ryan Berrier (Green Death) is a former drummer.


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LINKS

WEBSITES
Index Case - Facebook

VIDEO
INDEX CASE "DESERVER"
INDEX CASE "WHY DREAMS BLEED"