When INVISIBLE formed in 2006 they played mostly as an improvisational noise-punk four-piece. Pairing traditional instrumentation with less than traditional compositions, INVISIBLE the rock band blasted fervent chaos and left pummeled ears in their wake at clubs and house parties around North Carolina for two and half years.
The early days of INVISIBLE were enveloped with an ongoing group personality crisis; are we a rock band or are we an art band? INVISIBLE the rock band decided to call it quits after founding members Dan Kaufman and Jonathan Henderson moved away. Remaining members Mark Dixon and Bart Trotman stayed to focus on the group's identity as an art experiment, leaving the rock clubs behind.
Currently, Henderson has rejoined the group for the production of The New Obsolete.