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(Dallas, TX) – It’s no surprise that Dallas modern-rockers Overscene have matured in leaps and bounds between the release of their 2008 debut album The Moment Of Change and their latest, 2010’s Bringin’ All My Friends EP. An extensive touring stint with the heavily seasoned Sevendust, as well as an exhaustive list of artists that Overscene ultimately hope to join ranks with: Drowning Pool, Fuel, Three Days Grace, Seether and Papa Roach among others. These road savvy bands have more than tunes on display to help inspire Overscene, as their appetites for live performance and exhaustive work ethics prove that it takes more than a radio-friendly sound to garner praise and fans these days.
Overscene’s maturation and stage craft have paid dividends so far for this past year as the band was the overwhelming winner for the Cabo Wabo “Your Shot To Rock” national competition that garnered the band national exposure that leaked back into the Dallas market as the #1 rock radio station KEGL 97.1 dubbed Overscene “the best unsigned band in Dallas” and in a city that has bands forming on every corner that is quite a feat. Considering it’s mentors, the aforementioned Pantera and Drowning Pool all rose in status due to their praise within this major Texas musical landscape. But it’s not just radio and touring heads that are taking notice of the bands melodic rock charge and professionalism, the independent film Bad Faith, the Winner for Best Drama Feature by the International Film Festival/Pasadena used their 2008 track “Healing” for it’s soundtrack.
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