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Redefine / Press

“This five piece rock band hails from Dallas, Texas. Perhaps simply living in such a large state affects these guys. Perhaps it does not. Regardless, the band has a massive sound. Redefine’s music is hefty, in your face, and consistently shifting to keep the listener on their toes.”

“Redefine have clearly decided to focus on melody rather than making a heavier record than "The Power Of Persuasion", but each song still has the right amount of heaviness. They've evolved into one of the finest bands in the Metroplex, combining addictive, sing-along songs with skilled musicianship and sweaty, powerful live performances. Blur On The Horizon is a must-have EP for anyone who loves original rock music.”

“Releasing a CD is always a huge event for a band, but it was only one huge event happening for these guys this night, as they were presented with their plaque next. Their plaque that will hang on the Wall of Fame here at the Curtain Club alongside many of Dallas’s best known talents. …And as for “Blur on the Horizon”, it’s great! Most of the songs lack the hard driven rock edge that their last EP had, but that isn’t a bad thing, it just shows that the band has another side to them. And “Motorcade” is really the only exception to that. The funny thing though is that doesn’t carry over to the live versions of the songs, as they sound just as balls out rock as all of their material does. So preview it on iTunes, and I promise it is WELL worth the $4.95 price tag.”

"The band succeeds in keeping your attention. After the 6 songs on this EP were finished, I was craving more. Hopefully we’ll be hearing more from these guys in the future"

“Redefine are a breath of fresh air for the Dallas music scene. For so many years, every hard rock band from Dallas did their best to sound like Pantera, and failed miserably. These guys went the direction of fellow Texas rockers Fair To Midland, and developed a heavy, melodic, creative, and innovative style of alternative rock that meshes all of the influences of each talented band member. This EP is full of powerful rhythms, intelligent lyrics, and solos that will please any guitar aficionado, especially the harmonized solo in "Leave The Light On". Check out the EP, and more importantly, go see them live!! They never disappoint!”

“The Power of Persuasion is a good EP, and I give five thumbs up even though I only have two.”

Analog Kidd, Program Director - The Shop