Light Pupil Dilate

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Light Pupil Dilate
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Background information
Origin Atlanta, Georgia, United States
Genres Post-punk, punk rock, surf rock, experimental rock, heavy metal
Years active 2001–present
Members Eric Searle
Mike Chvasta
Michael Green

Light Pupil Dilate was an American rock trio from Atlanta, Georgia that formed in 2001. They often went by the acronym LPD. Their sound was made by mixing post-punk, hardcore punk, Metal, and space rock. They played their final show on July 30, 2010 at The Drunken Unicorn in Atlanta, Ga.


  • Eric Searle - guitar, vocals
  • Mike Chvasta - bass, vocals
  • Michael Green - drums

Touring and Shows[edit]

The band went on tours of the eastern USA in 2004, 2005, and 2007 playing with Harlots, Taming the Shrew, Engineer, Nov.5,1955, and many others. They have shared stages with Dead and Gone, Submission Hold, Totimoshi, Kylesa, Meatjack, Today is the Day, Mixel Pixel, Sleepytime Gorilla Museum, Skeleton Key, Withered, Mastodon, All that Remains, Burnt by the Sun, Cream Abdul Babar, Cutthroats 9, American Heritage and Teeth of the Hydra.


LPD has been in many publications throughout the years garnering high praise from critics and fans alike.[1] They have been critically acclaimed in publications such as Metal Maniacs,[2] Creative Loafing,[3] Southeastern Performer, Rock Sound Magazine, Decibel Magazine, Outburn Magazine, Revolver, etc.

MetroTrack Station Mastering//Recording/Production[edit]

Eric Searle operates MetroTrack Station sound studio Artists/Clients:

Mourdella, Mastodon, Get Damned, Dead Register, Boondak Syndicate, Palaces, Red Rocket Deluxe, Light Pupil Dilate, Magnificent Bastard, Loud Packets, Iron Whip, Night Time. Go see him, he likes that.



  1. ^ Patrick Stephen Patterson, Lifeforce signs Light Pupil Dilate. NowOnTour. Accessed July 2, 2007.
  2. ^ Light Pupil Dilate signs with Lifeforce Records Archived 2007-09-27 at the Wayback Machine.., June 19, 2007. Accessed July 2, 2007.
  3. ^ Kevin Forest Moreau, Light Pupil Dilate Sizes Up its D-I-Y Cred. Creative Loafing, September 25, 2003. Accessed July 2, 2007.

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