Never Paradox was formed in th late 90's in a small town called Borger, Tx. Alot of musicians made their way through the NP lineup in those days, until the founding member and Lead Guitarist Kasper (J. Johnson) started jamming with Drummer Rabbit (A. Hardy). Rabbit and Kasper jammed everyday in Rabbits living room, getting up in the morning to jam for the local high school kids who would skip school to hear them jam together. In those days, there were no vocals, only a crunchy guitar and a set of cheap drums. About 5 months after they started jamming together, Kasper and Rabbit moved to Houston, Tx. They had several possible members of the band, but never really found anyone they liked. The closest they got to having a full band at that time was jamming with three guys over the age of 30, who wanted to name the band "Pangea". Since Kasper and Rabbit knew that the band was going to be called Never Paradox, they simply stopped jamming with the old guys, and went on about their merry way. Shortly after, Rabbit moved back to Borger with his Fiance', and started rumming for a band called Flatulent Rat. After 2 years of hiatus with Never Paradox, Rabbit moved back to Houston, and he and Kasper resumed jamming. After going through a slew of talented musicians on Bass (Including Nick Rocha, now Bassist for the band Sin Sombra), Rabbit and Kasper had almost given up when they were contacted by a young, inexperienced bassist named Nate. What Nate lacked in knowledge he made up for in passion for music, and a willingness to let Kasper and Rabbit teach him. After a short while of jamming with him, they officially accepted Nate into the band, and he was followed shortly after by another of Kasper and Rabbit's childhood friends by the name of D (D. Neasbitt). D came to Houston to have a short vacation, and ended up staying, and becoming the lead singer of Never Paradox. D was also the guitarist and singer of Rabbit's old band Flatulent Rat, and so that band also renewed itself in Houston. After about a year of solid jamming, the boys started to write and record an EP, as well as gig around Houston. They continue to do so, and hope nothing more than to take the Houston Rock Scene by Storm.