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“What made the DIY approach worth it in spite of the obvious challenges? Burton: We are far tighter both playing-wise and as a band now than we were before jumping into the DIY style. Myself, I went from knowing absolutely nothing about the recording and mixing/mastering process to it being pretty much the only thing I do now – besides actually playing guitar. I wouldn’t have it any other way. Kallstrom: Doing it ourselves made me realize how much work is actually involved in making a CD, booking shows, setting up merch. I think it’s a great idea to know what your getting yourself into before you’re doing it. Every show we’ve done we put the money we make into a band fund. In doing this, we were able to produce a CD, buy a van, and make merchandise. The rewards that I enjoy the most are the ones I work the hardest for. And I’m certain the rest of the band feels the same way.”
“The Bonnyville/Edmonton, Alta. band is planning their first cross-Canada tour, and don’t expect it to be as easy as booking a couple dates in every province and playing their hearts out. ...As it stands, the plan is to keep on planning, and embark across the nation early next year. By then, the metal act will not only have a crushing grip on their itinerary, but they’ll be armed with their studio debut, set for release this summer.”
“If the Earth had ears it would say thats damn Heavy!”
“Guess what i have ears, and that is damn HEAVY!”