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Amid the boom of Seattle rock bands making waves in the nineties, Grammatrain released their self-titled debut in 1994. One year later, the trio signed to EMI/Forefront records and, amidst a heavy touring schedule, released two full length albums, earning the band cred and garnering press from the likes of Rolling Stone and SPIN magazines.
Following a ten-year hiatus, Grammatrain played two sold out reunion shows, proceeded by the release of “The Last Sound”, a single that became the adopted anthem of the Seattle Sounders FC, even prompting team owner Drew Carey to fund a big budget video produced by Nik Venet (U2, Jane’s Addiction).
Grammatrain’s long awaited full-length album, Imperium, continues their history of excellence with another quality rock album in their discography. Imperium features the band’s hard-hitting brand of melodic rock mixed with epic choruses and groove-laden riffs.