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Beyond All Reason have developed a sound that has the perfect mix of intelligent modern metal grooves, spacious atmosphere and powerful melodies all wrapped into songs that will appeal to rock and pop fans alike. The band began playing at an early age and soon earned a reputation for their energetic shows and songs that were both hard hitting and catchy. After recording material in 2003 they released a number of EP's on their own label and soon grabbed the attention of many established bands and industry people. The band then took their music on the road and toured extensively doing their own headline tours and being invited to tour with international artists such as Coheed And Cambria, Funeral For A Friend and many other shows with successful rock bands. As their fan base grew and with the press hot on their heels the band new it was time to record a full length album.
In 2005 Beyond All Reason recorded and self produced their album in their practice room and once again hit the road with constant touring and promotion. Extensive magazine and radio coverage saw the band reach new heights gaining airplay on radio 1 on many occasions.
2006 was a busy year with the band playing over 150 shows including many festival appearances. All this hard work did not go unnoticed and in 2007 Beyond All Reason were invited to play the UK's premier rock festival, Download. The band played to in excess of 5000 fans and showed rock fans and the industry that they were ready to take on the world. Due to family commitments Beyond All reason lost their drummer and spent the next few months searching for that perfect replacement when they found Mark Forster who brought with him his unique style and intelligent playing. This gave beyond All Reason even more power and they soon found their sound adapting to incorporate this new insurgence of energy. Russ Hampshire (guitarist) also left the band due to the strain of constant touring and trying to hold down a full time job, but was soon replaced by Graham Frost and the band once again had gained another member who would contribute to the unique sound of Beyond All Reason with his voice being strong enough even to front a band.
The band are currently touring the UK and recording new material for their second studio album which is sure to see them take the world by storm.