Based out of Los Angeles' Silver Lake area, the Vim Dicta is a three-piece rock band that strives to bring the "psycho groove" to the masses.
Judging by their two most recent shows (July 15 at the Satellite and August 7 at the Silver Lake Lounge), it's fair to say they're moving in the right direction.
The Vim Dicta features guitarists/vocalists Cori Elliott and Matt Tunney and drummer Chris "Fuse" Infusino. Their music is all about smokey vocals and funky guitars combined with ear-shattering low-end rhythms, all wrapped up in a psychedelic vibe, in a manner that catches the eyes and ears straightaway.
A few days after their show at the Satellite, I sat down with Elliott and Tunney to discuss all things Vim Dicta. Check out the audio of the 15-minute conversation below, read my review of the Satellite show HERE and visit them online at thevimdicta.com.
Andrew Bansal is a writer who has been running his own website, Metal Assault, since early 2010, and has been prolific in covering the hard rock and heavy metal scene by posting interviews, news, reviews and pictures on his website — with the help of a small group of people. He briefly moved away from the Los Angeles scene and explored metal in India, but he is now back in LA continuing from where he left off.