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Electro Quarterstaff

Electro Quarterstaff is an instrumental Heavy Metal band hailing from Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. They play a form of progressive/technical Heavy Metal and are unique in that they employ three lead guitarists. Initially consisting of just three guitarists and drummer, they added a bassist to their line-up in winter 2006 and played their first show with him in autumn 2007. The band is named for a weapon in the Canadian cartoon Rocket Robin Hood. The band self-released the Swayze EP in 2004. They later signed with Willowtip Records for their debut full length album in 2006 entitled Gretzky, ...read more

Electro Quarterstaff is an instrumental Heavy Metal band hailing from Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. They play a form of progressive/technical Heavy Metal and are unique in that they employ three lead guitarists. Initially consisting of just three guitarists and drummer, they added a bassist to their line-up in winter 2006 and played their first show with him in autumn 2007. The band is named for a weapon in the Canadian cartoon Rocket Robin Hood. The band self-released the Swayze EP in 2004. They later signed with Willowtip Records for their debut full length album in 2006 entitled Gretzky, which included rerecorded and reworked versions of their earlier tracks. Also in 2006 they toured the United States and Canada for the first time, which included a performance at the Maryland Deathfest. « hide

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Aykroyd
2011

3.9
11 Votes
Gretzky
2006

3.8
22 Votes

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