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Graces Downfall / Bio

"Graces Downfall offers clear and rich vocals, memorable melodies, chunky riffs, big hooks and booming production. It’s all there, in full modern-rock glory, yet the arrangements are clever and the sound is fresh." - Alan K. Stout (DJ 102.3FM The Mountain).

Graces Downfall is an original rock band from Scranton, Pennsylvania. The band consists of Kenneth Norton on Vocals, Mark Yanish on Guitar, Grant Williams on Bass, and Jamey Fisk on Drums. They've been out playing supporting their albums "Always The Victim" since 2010 and "Resplendent Indignity" since its release in the spring of 2012. Currently the band is working on their 3rd studio album set to release in late 2013. The tracks "Always The Victim" and "Lie" received airplay on several radio stations including 98.5 KRZ (Northeast PA), 102.3 The Mountain (Northeast PA), Y 106.5 (Central PA), 96.3 WROV (Roanoke, VA), 105.7 THE X (York/Harrisburg/Lancaster), Fuzz FM 92.1 (Northeast PA), and several internet radio stations throughout the nation.

In 2012 Graces Downfall was voted "Best Local Original Band" in The Electric City's Readers Choice Award and in 2013 They were voted "Best Local Original Band" in The Weekender Magazine's Reader's Choice Awards.

Performing shows all over The east coast. Along with performing shows where they've been support for Trapt, 10 Years, Tantric, Saliva, Candlelight Red, Mountain, Great White, Rev Theory, and others.. Graces Downfall is stampeding through with music that captures you and a high-energy stage performance.

General Info

Band Members
Kenneth Norton - Vocals, Mark Yanish - Guitar, Grant Williams - Bass, Jamey Fisk - Drums
Artist Name
Graces Downfall
Home Page
http://www.reverbnation.com/gracesdownfall
Active Since
10/05
Genres
Rock / Grunge / Alternative

Contact Info

Location
Scranton, PA
Manager
None

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