A sacrifice for their music,The Savior Complex is saving rock n roll one soul at a time. 

The savior complex is defined by Psychology Today as: "A psychological construct which makes a person feel the need to save other people. This person has a strong tendency to seek people who desperately need help and to assist them, often sacrificing their own needs." 

TRR:  Hey guys.  Welcome to Tru Rock Revival.  I've heard the the band's name, The Savior Complex, was derived from a psychology term.  


Roxxi Dot:  The Savior Complex is a state of mind in which heathens hold a belief that is destined to become a savior. We are a state of mind that believes in the responsibility of saving others through music. 
TRR:  Who are the members of the band?  


Anthony X (Singer/founder); Roxxi Dott (Bass player/imagination extraordinaire). We are still hunting
for the chosen ones.
TRR:  How did all of you meet?  Any interesting stories here?


RD:  We constructed a psychological need to save rock n roll, sacrificing needs of people. We bleed out and decode the Savior Complex.
TRR:  Alrighty then.  How would you classify your music?  Rock?  Alternative alternative rock? 


RD:  Rock n Roll is dead.  We are bringing it back to life.  Our music, it’s a canvas worthy of unworthiness. Cosmo-play.
TRR:  Do you feel that rock is starting to climb the ladder again? 


RD:   The White Knight Syndrome is a personality construct at first glance. Realize that success in Rock n Roll is defined subjectively. We are back.
TRR:  You guys really like to put your psychological stamp on your music.  There's a lot of bands out there who share similar beliefs in their music.  Who are some that have been influences on you guys?


RD:  Trent Reznor; Orgy; Godspeed; Alice Cooper; John 5; Dope; Murder Dolls; TheMisfits; HedPe; Devo; Betty Blowtorch; Godhead; Mudvayne; Coal Chamber; Powerman 5000; White Zombie.
TRR:  How do you write your songs?  Are you guys psychologically sober?

RD:  High as fuck. It is collaborative, depending who’s awake.
TRR:  Speaking of collaborative, if you could get together with any band or musician to record a song together, who would that be? 


RD:  Englebert Humperdinck.


TRR:  I can see that.  
TRR:  What other bands would you like to tour with? 


RD:  Saliva; Rob Zombie; Tool; Korn; Orgy; Dope; HedPe; Jack Off Jill.
TRR:  What is your most memorable show, good or bad? 


RD:  Heaven upside down. Marilyn Manson with Courtney Love 1999 (Beautiful Monsters Tour) Inglewood loves grunge. When Manson broke his ankle and chanted Courtney killed Kurt.
TRR:  What would be your dream show?


RD:  In an off-the-cuff fuck your face tour.  
TRR:  Sounds like you read our interview with Doyle.  What’s on the table for the rest of the year? 


RD:  The rest of the year is designed to designing The Savior Complex. Auditions are open. Bring it motherfucker.
TRR:  Is there anyone you’d like to give a shout out to or thank you to?

RD: Steff Lubec my Ghost Writer/Confidante-In-Chief; Anthony X for believing in my profane insanity; Dean Karr for allowing my imagination to control the masses; Barry Squire for kissing me on the lips constantly and knowing I created Cockpit; my mom for hating my father but loving me in the process; Michele Arvizo for taking me in as a stray and believing in me; Ange Bennington for trusting my soul to department head on Netflix’s “Lucifer”; and myself and God for trusting in faith of the unknown, which brings to Sonny from P.O.D. breaking me through to the otherside of God. I love you all and I will not let you down!!!!!!

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