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Event Archive - Ten Second Eipi, theset, Cowboy & the Prizefighter

Tue. January 2nd 2007 7:30pm doors at 6:30pm Croatian Cultural Center (All Ages) 7:30pm doors at 6:30pm
$12+
Tickets at: All Ticketmaster Locations, Zulu Records, Scratch Records
Presented by: Live Nation
on sale fri, jan 12 @ 10am

Ten Second Epic’s 2004 independent album One More for the Road must have impressed all the right people. After selling nearly 4,000 units, playing every single date of the Canadian leg of the 2005 Warped Tour, selling out 1800 capacity venues, and being voted “Best Band In Edmonton” by SEE Magazine, Ten Second Epic were more than ready to head back to the studio.

For the group’s follow-up, the Edmonton quintet signed with Blackbox Universal and enlisted the aid of a producer whose name is synonymous with heavy music, Garth Richardson. The result Count Yourself In, an astounding explosion of rock that will delight fans of Alexisonfire and Billy Talent. Recorded in Gibsons, B.C., the disc features pummeling rhythms, brutal vocals, and razor-sharp guitars. Already receiving airtime on MuchMusic, the first single “Suck it Up Princess” demonstrates why Ten Second Epic is one of the most exciting young bands to come out of Canada in ages. Be among the first to see the group as it tours across the country in support of Count Yourself In.



Ten Second Epic want to give their fans something different with Count Yourself In to add to their musical repertoire but not too different, just different enough to make it interesting enough to check out again and again,” We hope people who listen to this record will want to go back and notice the subtleties because the music makes them curious enough to do so. We want to leave question marks… and answers”.

theset (Truth)

It can seem damn near impossible to tell who’s who in the Canadian indie music scene these days, where everyone and their brother is playing in a so-called emo band with straight, black haircuts and trendy white studded belts. As distinctions between bands disappear, and the scene becomes more and more crowded, a band is emerging from Victoria, B... more info

Cowboy & the Prizefighter (post punk)

We live in Vancouver. We have a giant yellow van. We play rock and roll. .. more info
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