You're Trying to Kill Me
You're Trying To Kill Me, Timelord's sophomore EP, is high energy, short and sweet. Musical influences include Brit Pop, the American alternative and underground movement, and 70's punk/new wave, with a twist of latin, and heavy metal. Timelord arose out of the creative music scene in Edgewater, NJ in 2005 and 2006. The 4-piece alternative rock band features front woman and creative force, Christine Miller-Polselli, an MIT graduate, and Timelord's vocalist, rhythm guitarist, and songwriter and band members Peter Orozco (drums), Zach Seely (lead guitar), and Damien Marianucci (bass). Timelord's sound is high energy and melodic with heavy guitar hooks and solos forming a modern, but large sound. The lyrics cover mythology to social commentary and result in songs that range from dramatic (You're Trying to Kill Me) to whimsical (On the Avenue) to frantic (Pay No Attention). Timelord has an impressive catalog of original songs. They can be seen live, performing at clubs and music festivals in New York City and New Jersey. Timelord has produced two original studio-recorded CD's: Secret Life of Machines (2007) and You're Trying to Kill Me (2009).