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Seeing Means More

Seeing Means More was birthed in 2002 by 5 high school kids, starting off as a more traditional screamo band in the vein of Indian Summer, JR Ewing, and Funeral Diner.

They played multiple shows around the San Francisco Bay area with such bands as Takaru, Under a Dying Sun, atriata and heart cross love. The band then later lost original bassist Eric and keyboardist Kyle, and broke up.

Seeing Means More later reformed in the summer of 2003, adding a new guitarist, Henry, to the lineup. With their new guitarist and a growing passion for hardcore, Seeing Means More ...read more

Seeing Means More was birthed in 2002 by 5 high school kids, starting off as a more traditional screamo band in the vein of Indian Summer, JR Ewing, and Funeral Diner.

They played multiple shows around the San Francisco Bay area with such bands as Takaru, Under a Dying Sun, atriata and heart cross love. The band then later lost original bassist Eric and keyboardist Kyle, and broke up.

Seeing Means More later reformed in the summer of 2003, adding a new guitarist, Henry, to the lineup. With their new guitarist and a growing passion for hardcore, Seeing Means More began writing new material that explored the boundaries of traditional screamo fused with metal/hardcore.

Seeing Means More has played with some great acts such as: Sailboats, Funeral Diner, Peltier Road Massacre, Arturo Gatti, Horror City, le mal du pays, Comadre, Maudlin, Heavy Heavy Low Low, Eleanor, The Jonbenet, Antagony and Suffokate. Between Fall 2003 and Fall 2005, the band recorded 7 songs with Zach Ohren and Aaron Hellam of Castle Ultimate Studios in Oakland.

They played their last show on July 9 2006 in Oakland with Loma Prieta and Toru Okada. « hide


Clouds Obscured To Hearts
2006

3.9
7 Votes

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