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Local brothers Josh and Luke Hutchinson, Grant Boyer and Jason Yuricek of Golden Gate Graves (formerly known as The Entropy) have a collective vision, a vision that they say is now coming to life. With five releases under their belt and a new angle to their name, Golden Gate Graves are in the planning stage of their 2012 EP release.
The band plans for an mid 2012 Eastern Canada tour to follow their recent Western Canadian Tour supported by national college radio air play. During their 2011 tour dates, the band had opened for The Tea Party, Ian Thornley, Big Wreck and many others.
Being together for over 10 years, all four members were grade school friends and have grown and studied music together since the age of 14 and selling over 10,000 records of stage. Their music is described as a cross between Alice in Chains, Nirvana and Tool, which has become popular for its poppy hooks, dark undertones and creative lyrical content.