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“New Hampshire band Anderson Lane formed in the summer of 2010 and quickly gained presence in the area. In their short history they have already played with national bands such as Vanna, Texas In July, Our Last Night, and I See Stars; just to name a few. They entered the studio in June of 2011 to record their debut EP entitle "DFWIB" which is set to be released in the fall on Your Label Records. That’s what the bio of the band Anderson Lane reads on their facebook page although there’s more to this band than words can express. The release of their EP will mark a huge advancement for the band by spreading their music far beyond the reaches of New Hampshire into other states in The USA as well as outwards to Australia and the UK. The debut release, (no date scheduled yet) is something to anticipate! ... For the rest of this article visit attached link.”
“Hailing from the “Live Free or Die” state, Anderson Lane serves up a unique blend for our minds. Mixing it up with some nice screamy vocals, throw in some melodic chords, add the technical guitar riffs, and there you have it. Wasn’t too sure about this band when I first came across them, but as I put on the first songs I became really impressed. Nice clean production, listening to “Loyal” you can hear it well defined on Micheal and David’s pitch squeals, and as Dave’s vocals switch from scream to melodic. Songs range from mid paced aggressive jams to slow harmonies, changing tempos several times during the songs, keeping a good ebb and flow between the songs. Their upcoming effort is scheduled to be released in 2012 under YourLabel Records. Not sure what their plans for tours are, but I’m sure that they want to bring their music to the world and not just the US..." For the whole article visit attached link.”
“On Feb. 12, North Haverhill post-hardcore band Anderson Lane took home second place at the I'm Thirsty Entertainment-Battle Of The Bands at Rocko's in Manchester, NH. They went against established bands of the area and walked away with a $400 cash prize and a three day tour around New England this summer. ”