|Both focused and catastrophic, the music created by Tampa Florida's Success Will Write Apocalypse Across The Sky is fitted for damage and aimed squarely at the collective conscious of it's audience. Marked by their turbulent and hopeless sound, their often-times violent live performances and the weighty middle-finger illustrated in the lyrical content; it is apparent that this band is at the apex of its disgust with humanity. The resulting listen is an impetuous and bleak experience. This is unadulterated and immaculate violence performed at break-neck speeds.
Success was formed in late 2006 by members of Dehumanized, Filth Porn, Leprosy and Bodies In The Gears Of The Apparatus. In June of 2007 SWWAATS recruited the talents of Jesse Jolly (Diabolic, Crimson Massacre) on the bass. After months of focused writing and rehearsal in near-stifling conditions, SWWAATS set out to record a demo with Nick Goodyear of Paths Of Possession. This material was then released under the title Subhuman Empire by Debello Recordings in July of 2007. Not to procrastinate, they had begun touring for this demo months prior to its release.
Performing nationally and locally, SWWAATS has shared the stage with Macabre, Nile, Chthonic, Pyrexia, The_Network, Maruta, Anal Cunt, The Minor Times, among other noteworthy acts.
Comprised of individuals who have cut their teeth for nearly a decade in the heavy music underground with seemingly no regard to safety or venue; SWWAATS is well equipped and determined to carve their name into the underbelly of the world society.
December of 2007 marks the addition of SWWAATS onto the mighty Nuclear Blast roster. In February/March of 2008, SWWAATS hits the studio to record their full-length debut, entitled The Grand Partition And The Abrogation Of Idolatry. The record is slotted to record at SafeHouse Productions with James Murphy (Testament, Obituary, Death) at the soundboard. A collection of hopelessly insane and undeniably savage material, The Grand Partition And The Abrogation Of Idolatry is expected to hit stores worldwide in summer of '08.