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Like most bands that have weathered through multiple years together Amarionette has gone through a couple of line-up changes. The core of the band consist of Quin White (Lead Vocals) who has been with the band since it's inception in 2007. Quin's very distinct vocal style and intricate song writing crafted the sound of early Amarionette and released the bands first EP "Goodbye Explosions" in 2008. Between the EP and playing frequently the band made quite a name for themselves leaving fans eagerly awaiting new material and more shows.
In 2010 Amarionette went through a major line-up change with the addition of Ron Wells (Bass), Nick Raya (Guitar), Brandon Jones (Guitar) and Justin Brooklyn (Drums). The regroup has brought a surge of new life and creativity to the band and they are picking things up right where they left off.
Amarionette recently played Extreme Thing 2011 in Las Vegas and released their long anticipated EP "Chapters" that very same day. The new sound doesn't stray far from their original sound but the band has grown musically and is now more aggressive and in your face. 2011 promises to be a very productive year as they venture onto bigger and better things. After recording the Chapters EP they once again returned to the studio to record their cover of the 80's mega hit "Maniac by Michael Sembello" from the Flashdance Soundtrack for XPOZ Magazine's 80's RockShow and has already achieved airplay on Las Vegas' KXTE X107.5 FM. Amarionette returned back into the studio in Brea, California in Oct, 2011 to record their new EP "Dangerous Times and My Dangerous Ways" to be released in early 2012.