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Intertwined was formed late in 2004 by Colin Cummings and Blane Robinson. Soon afterwards, Barak Erwin and Jeremiah Campbell, who were formerly playing in a band called "Tesseract”, came along to complete the 4 piece. Instantly, they began writing originals as they worked to find their sound.
In 2006, just after the band’s self-titled debut album was released, Jesse Ortiz joined the band as a second guitarist. They quickly began work on their follow-up album, utilizing their new guitarist’s influences as yet another way of constructing songs.
In January of 2009 Intertwined released their second album, titled “Shameless”. “Shameless” fully captures the kinetic, fiery sound that is the staple of their live show; the same captivating live shows that have made ordinary people die-hard fans and skeptics suddenly scarce.
Intertwined has shared the stages with bands big and small from all over the country, from up-and-coming bands such as Tomorrow The Stars, to established acts like Powerman 5000, and even legends like Dokken.
The band kicked off 2010 with the MTV2 Headbanger’s Ball ‘Make It Or Break It’ Cross Country Tour with Dead By Wednesday. Soon after they landed a slot on the Jagermeister ‘Join The Rebellion‘ Tour, and also had the opportunity to share the stage with Otep on their ‘Spectacular Massacre’ Tour. Before the end of the year, they are set to play several regional dates with national act, Diecast.
As the future unfolds for Intertwined, they continue to evolve their sound, expanding on what they have already established while carving out new textures and ideas. They have already written more songs than what will fit their next album and have begun the recording process with world-renowned ‘Pendlwood Studios’. As they continue to do so, though, they follow the only rule they have ever followed: No rules.