INFIX [V. in-fiks, in-fiks; N. in-fiks] 1. To fix, fasten, or drive in: He infixed the fatal spear into his enemy 2. To implant: To infix a habit 3. To instill (a fact, idea, etc.) in the mind or memory; impress The word 'infix' perfectly describes the vision set in the minds of Rob, Kyle and Daniel. Like a whisper, a calling, a deluge of lyrical content and dynamic music converging to inspire, enlighten and educate; to infix thoughts in the minds of our loyal fans. To plant the seed of revolution against materialism, complacency, lethargy and indifference. To build an army of strong-minded individuals who will not accept the mediocrity that has been forced upon them through government control and corporate manipulation. Like DNA Infix started as organic creations do, evolving into the power trio they have become. Genetically engineered to fight for what they believe without hesitation, without fear. Enter the world of Infix and you won't see a typical 'dog and pony show' filled with posers, pretty boys and rock star wanna-be's. To Infix, it has always been about the music and how it can change the world. Infix - the epitome of the junkyard dog. Willing to fight and protect what they believe. The Animal: 'Rise up, take my hand, I'll help you understand that feeling deep inside, the animal we hide.' At the top of your lungs, 'cry havoc! And let slip the dogs of war!' --Infix.