A Simple Complex
Heavy enough for the mosh pit, Rock enough for the radio
There's more to this band than a clever play on words. A Simple Complex has forged a distinct heavy sound that makes them "Heavy enough for the mosh pit... Rock enough for the radio."
Readers of New Hampshire's largest weekly newspaper (Hippo Press) voted them 'Best Local Band Performing Mostly Originals' in 2013, an honor that landed them on the cover. Three of the band's consecutive releases reached the top 40 on five or more Amazon MP3 charts - one CD topped two charts, another topped one.
The band has had its music featured on over 40 FM stations across America as well as several internet stations and podcasts, and has shared stages with national touring acts Korn, Seether, Shinedown, Puddle Of Mudd, Buck Cherry, Sevendust, Drowning Pool, Nonpoint, Halestorm, Candlebox, 10 Years, Chevelle, Black Stone Cherry and several others.
A Simple Complex is the only band in the history of The New England Music Awards (a committee of industry professionals) to be nominated for an award for four consecutive years, recognized in the categories of Best Hard Rock Band, Best In State and then handed the award for Best Metal Band in 2015. Limelight Magazine nominated them for five awards over the course of three years, handing them the runner-up title for Best Band (2014) and Best Album/EP (2013).