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Stick To Your Guns

Stick To Your Guns is a 5 piece melodic hardcore band from Orange County, CA. The group began in the summer of 2003when vocalist Jesse Barnett wasinspired to form a band that would provide him with a medium to project his view points andreflect his musical influences. STYG blends melody,heaviness, and sincerity into one solid sound that will cater to fans ofComeback Kid, Throwdown, Ignite, and Rise Against.

When Ash Avildsen of Sumerian Records first noticed the band, he put them on as the opener for Ignite's Anaheim House ofBlues show that drew over850 people. After the incr ...read more

Stick To Your Guns is a 5 piece melodic hardcore band from Orange County, CA. The group began in the summer of 2003when vocalist Jesse Barnett wasinspired to form a band that would provide him with a medium to project his view points andreflect his musical influences. STYG blends melody,heaviness, and sincerity into one solid sound that will cater to fans ofComeback Kid, Throwdown, Ignite, and Rise Against.

When Ash Avildsen of Sumerian Records first noticed the band, he put them on as the opener for Ignite's Anaheim House ofBlues show that drew over850 people. After the incredible response and passionate performance, he immediately signed theband on as their agent and the hype began to spread allof the country. STYG then completed a Westcoast tour w/ Calibanand The Acacia Strain in October, as well as a 7 week co-headline tour in Nov/Dec w/ TooPure to Die and As Blood RunsBlack. STYG headlined all of the Texas and California shows with all of the turnouts being between 300 and 500 kids.STYGalso holds the record for the highest attendance ever at the Chain Reaction in Anaheim, Orange County's premier allages venue. Even before signing toSumerian Records, the amount of momentum behind the band was so powerful that theywere chosen to open the Terror tour in January/February 2007that also features The Warriors and All Shall Perish.

Stick To Your Guns caught the attention of almost every independent label in the music community. Rather than jump into adeal, the band continuedtheir relentless touring schedule and headlined a 6 week US tour that firmly planted their stake in theUS touring business by drawing on average 400people a night. The tour ended in San Diego at an New Years Eve show whereover 1,200 people were in attendance.

STYG's diehard touring work ethic combined with their passionate and infectious live show will undoubtedly bring the bandsuccess and many excitingopportunities in 2008 including a massive US tour with good friends As Blood Runs Black as well asa large portion of the 2008 Warped Tour. « hide

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