Celebrating the 20th anniversary of the release of The Resignation , Rx Bandits will be commemorating it live with just a handful of special shows in 2024. Two decades of destroying and rebuilding musical genres into a unique energy exchange between audience and band has shaped the group’s motivation for live performances; anyone who has been to an RX show knows this and feels it deeply. With the band as strong as ever, The Resignation album shows will be something truly special.
We intend on making original-honest-thought provoking music. RX Bandits sincerely hope as many people as possible can open their minds enough to see past trends. Our music breathes when it hits YOUR ears.
Metamorphic rock outfit RX Bandits will release their latest effort, Mandala, on July 14th 2009 via Sargent House. The much anticipated follow-up to 2006's ...And The Battle Begun echoes the sentiments of a band who not only look to trump their previous efforts, but add a new chapter to the volume.
The songs that make up Mandala highlight a more rock-oriented four-piece, scaling down the use of horns to create a new twist to their constantly evolving dynamic. That focus is illustrated further by the evocative artwork designed by visual artist Sonny Kay. In an age where taking risks and being fearless can make or break you, RX have emerged as a tidal wave, a force that shatters all the boundaries set against them. Over their decade long career, the band have drawn from numerous genres including prog, punk, rock, to reggae and the blues; reinventing and revolutionizing their persona while retaining their socially conscious lyrics and bravado instrumentation that have kept each musical progression unmistakable RX. This concept has been the catalyst for the band's ever-growing fanbase, which revels in their uniqueness and continue to storm their celebrated, incendiary live shows.
Tracking for Mandala took place at The Mouse House Studio in Northern Pasadena in March of 2009, and marked the return of producer Chris Fudurich to the fold.