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“Wings for Armor’s emotion fueled lyrics accompanied by intense, heartfelt musical arrangements and crashing percussion characterize the sonic experience that drummer Christy and singer/guitarist Murph strive to create during their energetic live shows. Whether its themes such as anger and depression or those of alienation and transcendence, the subjects explored on Wings For Armor’s debut self-released 14 track album, “Chasing And Being Chased” create what many in their fan base have defined as ‘a soundtrack for real life’ due to the way the stripped-down revelations encompassed in their brand of experimental rock reveal the universals of the human experience.”

Wings For Armor is a Pittsburgh based alt-rock duo who just released their debut album “Chasing and Being Chased“. You will here a good chunk of it this Sunday (6/21) at the Hard Rock Cafe as the band opens for Framing Hanley’s last show ever! I want to thank Murph McCullock (Guitar/Bass/Synths/Piano/Vocals) and Christy Pastva (Drums/Percussion) for taking the time t participate in this edition of First/Last.

The first album you ever bought?

Murph McCullock: Alanis Morrisette “Jagged Little Pill”.

Christy Pastva: First album I ever bought with my own money was Evil Empire by Rage Against the Machine. The first album I ever asked for was a Boys To Men album I got on cassette when I was 7.

Your last album bought?

Thanks, gals. I have to say, that is a whole lot of Madonna in your answers, Christy! That’s why I love these Q&A’s. You get to know a lot about a musician through their answers.