Tejasmosis (tay-hahs-moh-sis) spawned from the smoldering remnants of the golden age of metal. The big four were still grinding out hellacious metal riffs, and dominating popular music as we knew it. Founding members Jeff Miller and Tommy Richeson set out to forge their own brand of heavy metal with a foundation solidly built on the intense adrenaline of thrash, the technical complexity of their influences, a lethal dose of Texas groove, and the unstoppable will to make music they wanted to hear.
After securing the drum talents of Brad Postlewate, they began writing original tunes, and touring throughout North Texas, quickly making their presence known throughout the underground metal scene. In 2010, they released a self-produced demo EP, "Submission Accomplished", which has since put the band on the map as one of the heaviest metal bands in Texas. Looking for an new voice, Tejasmosis convinced vocalist Johnny O to relocate back home to Texas, and added long time compadre Shaun Fernandez to hold down the bottom end.
In early 2013, the band recorded several new tracks at Endurance Music Productions in North Texas. With a dual onslaught of distortion-saturated guitars, well-orchestrated lead guitar solos, and Johnny’s diverse vocal range, all piled thick atop a corner-stone of an overly-aggressive rhythm tandem, the new tracks prove to be disturbingly vicious, have even more depth that previous writings, and will be infectious to even the most die-hard metal fans. This metal machine resumed touring Texas in early 2013, and they have no plans to stop until they slam into every major port of America on a quest for total sonic devastation.