Pound Of Flesh was formed in the late 90’s, and released their first full-length record in 2000, entitled “Red & Black”. The album received critical acclaim and support from over 250 radio stations nationwide.
While touring regionally in support of “Red & Black”, frontman Darrell James was introduced to the legendary Al Jourgenson of Ministry. James was invited by Jourgenson to play keyboards during Ministry‘s 2003 “Fornicatour.” Darrell agreed, and was subsequently asked to stay on for their 2004 “Evil Doer” tour. Additionally, Darrell’s keyboard and programming work can be heard on Ministry‘s “Rantology” and “Rio Grande Blood” as well as the Revolting Cocks “Cocked and Loaded”.
In 2008, Darrell started collaborating with keyboardist Steven McIntosh on new material. After perfecting their sound and recruiting the rest of the current incarnation of the band, POF released their aforementioned 2014 album “Pills”. This marked the launch of what now exists as Pound Of Flesh.
January 11th, 2016 will be the release of “Refills” which includes Steve McIntosh remixes that were heard on “Pills”. The first single to radio will be “Believe”.
POUND OF FLESH are:
Darrell James (vocals / drum programming)
Steven McIntosh (keyboards/backing vocals)
Al Stehman (guitar/backing vocals)
Michael X Christian (bass/backing vocals)