Biscuit probably don't want to be an underground band. They are three piece band of handsome and talented young guys. They seem to have a mangement that is prepared to put money into manipulating their image but haven't succeeded in promoting them to the general public. I haven't heard any news about them in some time and it's possible they have disbanded.
Their second (mini?) album came out in 1997 but failed to achieve commercial success despite presenting a well polished product. The style is what I would call a classic rock, although it still sounds quite contempory. I believe the guitarist is a fan of Queen and that may give some indication of their perspective. Listening to their second album, I couldn't help making a comparison to Cheap Trick. I guess the absense of drums (replaced by a drum machine) is what gives the music a more contemporary feel. Although it's not my favourite style of genre, the music is very high quality and most people would be able to appreciate it.
The basic line up is; Park Young-ki; guitar 박용기 Kang Chan-oh; bass guitar and programming 강찬오 Lee Kuk-jin: Vocals 이국진
Contact them at; Seoul, Kangnam, Nonhyeon-dong 176-11, Jea-Oong building 4th Floor, Je-il Jedang Music Business Team (Knox) 서울 특별시 강남구 논현동 176-11 재웅 B/D 4충 제일제당 음악사업팀 (KNOX)