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Offline Melo the Prog Goddess

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Xone
« on: September 29, 2005, 08:27:32 PM »
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Re: Xone
« Reply #1 on: September 29, 2005, 08:28:55 PM »
A New Era In Progressive Metal...XONE (pronounced zône)

XONE is a modern metal band integrating elements of progressive rock, driven by story-oriented lyrics, expressed with a depth of passion, and delivering an eclectic but captivating sound that cuts across all musical borders. XONE began in summer 2003 when vocalist/guitarist Will Austin and bassist Ted Heming began working together to build the foundations of what is now XONE's distinctive sound. Their common goal was to create a musical environment that transports the listener to a realm all its own. With the addition of Drummer Ian Michaels in March 2005, XONE began it's campaign to bring their music to the masses, and currently they are PLAYING LIVE in the South Bay.XONE believes that professionalism and respect for the fans, other bands, and club owners is an integral part of what makes XONE what it is. Playing live and creating a positive vibe is what XONE is all about. Fans say XONE's influences, which range from Rush, Iron Maiden, Metallica, Pink Floyd, Evergrey, White Zombie, Van Halen, Tool, Dream Theater, Symphony X, Peter Gabriel, The Police, Godsmack, U-2, and more, can be heard in many different aspects of our music. The lyrical styles range from the re-telling of historical events, exploring the dimensions of both inner and outer space, to everyday relationship encounters which touch a nerve that we can all relate to... "Anyone who feels our music is important to us!"
"Gamma, help me". my younger grandson said in imperious tones! He wanted me to put in my password  and unlock my phone so he could play with it!