Gregg Armen

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Gregg Armen
Birth name Gregg Armen Injejikian
Also known as Gregg Insurgent, Gregg Complacent
Genres Punk rock
Occupation(s) Musician
Instruments Bass, Vocals, Guitar, Drums
Years active 2001 - Present
Associated acts Intro5pect (2003-2008), Apathy Cycle (2008-present)

Gregg Armen (born Gregg Armen Injejikian) is a multi-instrumentalist best known as the former bassist for political punk rock electronica band Intro5pect. Gregg was in the band from December 2003 to September 2008, went on several North American and European tours with the band, and contributed to the 2007 Intro5pect record, Realpolitik!. He is known for his fast bass guitar parts and aggressive vocals.

Gregg was previously known as the bassist and vocalist of local Sacramento punk band, Broken Society, which continued to exist in a lighter form when Gregg moved back to Orange County. Broken Society disbanded in 2008.

After leaving Intro5pect in late 2008, Punknews.org reported that Gregg formed a new band, The Apathy Cycle.[1]

He has also been a substitute touring bassist for New York City punk bands Leftover Crack and Morning Glory. Most recently, Gregg has been spotted playing guitar for Leftover Crack for tours in 2012, as Ezra Kire has been focusing on his own project, Morning Glory.

Discography[edit]

  • 2007: Realpolitik!
  • 2005: Voices of Discontent CD Compilation
  • 2008: Chemical X DVD Music Video Compilation

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