Local Band Network Member Since: April 27, 2006
Last Update: April 27, 2006
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In October of 2002, Jason, Braden, Eric, and Ryan formed the original line-up of Timeless Memory. Over the next year and a half, we went through several different singers, band-names, and even music styles. It took well over 2 years as a band before we figured out what exactly we wanted to be.
When our original singer, Kevin Swagger, didn't work out, Braden took over as the lead singer of the band. Once Braden began singing, we recorded our first demo with friend of the band, Jay Rexroad at Dreadnought Studios. After recording the demo, we did several shows at the Cliffhanger in South Charleston until it closed late spring of 2004. After that, we took a break from playing shows and decided to write more songs.
In November of 2004, we re-entered the studio, this time recording with Ed Fields at Underhill Studios. We weren't happy with our performance as a band on the cd, so we decided to not release it. Soon after that, we recruited Josh Clark on vocals. It was one of the best desicions the band had ever made.
Immediatly after picking him up,we went in a direction we've never been. Josh's vocal style was exactly what we had been looking for. After writing a few more songs. we entered the studio once again, this time with the well-known and talented Aaron Fisher at 101 Productions. We were very pleased with how the demo turned out. Musically, it has been our best work to date. Ever since, we have kept busy, doing shows and getting new material. We continue to write new and better songs, and we also continue to excell in our knowledge and theory in musical compostition. In the future, we hope to make music our daily lives, and we don't plan on stopping any time soon. Keep it metal
Braden(Drums) 5yrs, Josh(vocals)2yr, Ryan(Bass)5yrs, Eric(Guitar) 4yrs, Jason 5yrs(Guitar)
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