|Members|| Tim Graham – Vocals|
David Sundine – Guitar
Henry Navarre – Bass
Brian Robertson – Drums
|Similar Artists||Wage War, Fit For A King, Silent Planet|
|Links||Facebook | Website|
|The Music Addict’s Verdict||Post-hardcore metal that pulls no punches|
How was the band formed?
The band was formed in January 2018, we all came together because we were the driving factos in our previous bands and really have this chemistry and drive. We all want the same thing and are on the same page always.
What’s your songwriting process like?
We really just write how we feel on any given day which gives us some diverstiy within our songs. We just work off eachothers ideas either in the jam spot or in the studio but, we seem to always be writing which is very exciting.
What are your influences?
We take a lot of influences from the likes of Fit For A King, Underoath, Saosin, and Plot In You.
How would you describe your music?
The best and easiest way to describe our sound is a diverse rollercoaster of melodic and heavy.
What’s the one thing that makes you/your band stand out from the rest?
It really is our diversity and our overall outlook on being a band. We want this career so badly that we are very strategic and we write a little something for everyone.
What’s your latest release?
We released our latest single titled Anchor on January 15th.
Have you ever played in Montreal?
I’m actually really bummed about this question! I was supposed to play Montreal with my old band but the show was dropped, super beautiful place and loved walking around that city!
What are your touring plans for the next few months?
We are actually booking a few tours right now that we just can’t talk about quite yet but it is going to be a super busy spring and summer for us!
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