Gravity Kills struck it big in St. Louis, MO in 1995 when they wrote a song for a local radio station compilation CD, that song was “Guilty”, which helped land them a recording contract with TVT Records. “Guilty” was featured on ESPN’s “X-Games Volume 1” CD and featured in the motion picture Seven. Gravity Kills went on to release 3 full length albums, self-titled “Gravity Kills”, “Perversion”, “Superstarved” and one re-mix CD “Manipulated”. Gravity Kills officially broke up in 2003. They played the very first Edge Birthday Bash in 1996, and returned again in May 2007 to headline the 12th Edge Birthday Bash.