1000000 a.d. (a/k/a 1Mil) formed somewhere between Philadelphia, the Lehigh Valley, and New York City. The band originally formed out of home recordings being made by e-Thrice Manwerd in the early-mid-2000s. After a collection of cassette tapes was handed over to Niloc Bleh, they decided they were a band with the initial release of Come On Lincoln…. The memory gets a bit hazy after that. Other members of the group have been rumored to be CP Parker, Winter Games, and M. Writer. Others have assisted.
Plagued by a desire to haphazardly fabricate realities, histories, and reasonings, much of the scattered details are lost. Some recordings continued to be the sole output of Manwerd, such as both Four Tracks from the Four Track collections, but others are actually full-fledged recording sessions with multiple members in the same place at the same time. First, Politicing At Gore Grange, recorded in Philadelphia between 2005 and 2006, then 1 Mil Press Conference recorded in Northern New Jersey in late 2007 and Dedication to John Howard Knee recorded in Philadelphia in December 2008.
They always had difficulty with timing and structure. They have yet to play live in front of people. The band is rumored to still exist if only in intention.
[This is a lie] 1000000 a.d. had previously used a full human skeleton, which was called Melissa, on stage. In the mid-2000s Melissa’s skull was stolen after a performance in the Netherlands. It was claimed to have been finally returned in 2006; however, this was denied by 1000000 a.d.