Intervals is a window into the mind of guitarist & composer, Aaron Marshall. Founded in 2011, Intervals is a progressive and forward thinking staple in modern instrumental music with roots firmly planted in all things traditional, & an open eye on the future. The Shape of Colour is the natural evolution of Aaron’s sound & a testament to his knack for infectious melody, & engaging compositions. Intervals originally started as a creative outlet for guitarist Aaron Marshall in 2011 after the demise of his previous band; he wrote, recorded and programmed all the instruments for the debut EP “The Space Between”. After the release of “The Space Between”, Aaron recruited 3 more members and made Intervals into an instrumental band. The band toured extensively and recorded a follow up EP, “In Time”, in 2012.

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Straight Reads The Line was a 5-piece melodic metalcore band hailing from Stoney Creek, Ontario, Canada. The band formed in late 2004 when a few bands in the area such as An Angels Fall and Among The Ruin retired. The band played it’s final string of shows in Spring of 2010. Straight Reads The Line has recorded previous demos along with their most recent 8-song EP entitled Lets Get Nuts!” at Mastermind Studios in Hamilton, which features a guest appearance by Dallas Green of Alexisonfire. The cd was recorded, pressed and distributed independantly by the band. STRAIGHT READS THE LINE have been able to retire the word “chaos” from the dictionary, because they redefine it. Their non-stop, high-energy performance is mindblowing and irreversibly beautiful. But also is as frantic and destructive as a grizzly murder scene. STRAIGHT READS THE LINE rethink the idea of simplistic power chords and breakdowns and change them to a complex string of ideas, thoughts and emotions.

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Dead and Divine was a five-piece post-hardcore band out of Burlington, Ontario, Canada. Their initial success spawned from their 2005 EP What Really Happened At Lover’s Lane on Verona Records (a label created by the band themselves, and Silverstein’s Shane Told). 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 on end, they initiated the writing process, creating and fine tuning new tracks for their second album. Following their writing stint, Dead and Divine set out on several more self-booked headlining tours including a winter tour throughout Ontario during the month of January, a February–March east coast tour, and two more full Canadian tours spanning from April to August 2007. Finally taking some time off, the band spent five days at Drive Studios with producer Steve Rizun, completing pre-production for six songs on their upcoming full-length.

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