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What Really Happened At Lovers Lane - 2005-200.

What Really Happened At Lover's Lane beat all expectations when in its first week alone it sold nearly 1,000 copies nationwide, landing them a spot on theCanadian Billboard Top 200. This was a huge accomplishment for the group since their original formation in 2003. The band then set off on anindependently booked coast to coast Canadian headlining tour that following summer, playing in as many cities as they could.

Writing/The Fanciful - 2006-200.

In the fall of 2006, the band took time off touring ...read more

What Really Happened At Lovers Lane - 2005-200.

What Really Happened At Lover's Lane beat all expectations when in its first week alone it sold nearly 1,000 copies nationwide, landing them a spot on theCanadian Billboard Top 200. This was a huge accomplishment for the group since their original formation in 2003. The band then set off on anindependently booked coast to coast Canadian headlining tour that following summer, playing in as many cities as they could.

Writing/The Fanciful - 2006-200.

In the fall of 2006, the band took time off touring to begin work on their full-length album. Along with locking themselves in their jamspace for hours onend, they initiated the writing process, creating and fine tuning new tracks for their second album. Following their writing stint, Dead and Divine set out onseveral more self-booked headlining tours including a winter tour throughout Ontario during the month of January, a February–March east coast tour, andtwo more full Canadian tours spanning from April to August 2007. Finally taking some time off, the band spent five days at Drive Studios with producerSteve Rizun, completing pre-production for six songs on their upcoming full-length.

They spent most of December recording their Rise Records debut at Interlace Studios with producer Kris Krummet. The band then shot their music videofor their single "Like Wolves" from their record The Fanciful with director Ben Knechtel - www.motionformusic.com (Hawk Nelson, Seconds To Go, ThousandFoot Krutch). The band toured Canada and the US supporting The Fanciful for close to two years with bands like Darkest Hour, Oh Sleeper, and CancerBats.

In July 2008, it was announced that Ryan Leger would leave the band in order to be with his girlfriend and newborn daughter. The band has recentlyfound a replacement, Kyle Anderson of Sydney. It was announced on their facebook page. Leger later joined Every Time I Die and is currently playingdrums for the band.

Distort Entertainment/The Machines We Are - 2008–Presen.

In September 2008, the band signed with Distort Entertainment (Alexisonfire, Bleeding Through, Cancer Bats, Architects, The Bronx, etc.) They went onto be a part of the Weight Of The World Cross Canada Tour with headlining band Misery Signals. Also on the tour were Haste The Day, Architects andSights & Sounds.

The band then released The Machines We Are on August 4 and embarked on a Canadian tour with Straight Reads The Line. They again broke the BillboardTop 200 Chart, and hit #18 on the Canadian Neilsen Soundscan Hard Rock Charts, as well as landing #39 on the Canadian Neilsen Soundscan AlternativeCharts. The band was nominated for Favorite Punk/Hardcore Group at the CMW Indie Awards (Other nominees include Alexisonfire, Propagandhi, andComeback Kid). In August 2009, they shot their second video with Director Marc Ricciardelli (Alexisonfire, Bedouin Soundclash, Moneen, Cancer Bats) fortheir single "Neon Jesus". The video was released on September 18, 2009. In October/November 2009 the band toured the US with The Chariot and Oh,Sleeper, having Fear the Aftermath and Believe the Hype playing with them as well. They have recently announced that they will be headlining the "HellHath No Waste Like Us" Tour with support from The Bled, and will soon after be touring the UK and Europe with The Chariot. « hide

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LPs
Antimacy
2011

3.5
112 Votes
The Machines We Are
2009

3.6
115 Votes
The Fanciful
2008

3.4
93 Votes
EPs
What Really Happened at Lover's Lane
2005

3
19 Votes
Her Name Was Tragedy
2004

2
5 Votes

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