#1
those of you that follow eve 6, know that they split, max collins went and did a solo project with a band called "Brotherhoods of Lost Dogs" that went defunct. Tony Fagenson went to produce and Jon Sibiels is currently playing guitar for a band called "Monsters are Waiting". Well Max and Tony got back together and have made a band called Sugi-Tap (name change pending). They have played a couple of small shows in Los Angeles, and should be releasing some demos on their myspace.

http://www.myspace.com/thesugitap

check it out and friend them if you have myspace, once they get 1000 friends they will be releasing the demos.

Thought this was pretty interesting and exciitng
#2
i have never ever come across that band before and i can honestly say that they can't have ever set foot in England.

ill have a look at the myspace though.
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#3
Quote by ArcherTheVMan
i have never ever come across that band before and i can honestly say that they can't have ever set foot in England.

ill have a look at the myspace though.



Youve never heard of Eve6 ? most notably for their pop single Inside Out (Heart in a blender song) or Heres to the Night (Graduation and Prom anthem) ?
#4
Promise is my favorite single by them actually. I have Horrorscope and it's a really cool album; so much integration in their music (I think that's cool).
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#5
I don't know if I can find any excitement in this news. They picked Here's to the Night as my class song and I can't stand it one bit. However, its a lot better than the previous year (I Go Back by Toby Keith or some other country guy), so maybe we lucked out.
#7
They played at my school's huge summerfest one year. I was disappointed when they were announced as the headliner.
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