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Cities In Dust

Cities In Dust

Cities In Dust


Cities in Dust is a Canadian indie rock band from Hamilton, Ontario. The band, which took its name from a Siouxsie & the Banshees song, formed in 2003 and consists of Zach Frank (vocals), Craig Nordemann (bass), Simon Toye (guitar) and Matt Winters (drummer). In 2006, their debut album Night Creatures was released by independent record label Paper Bag Records. The band was nominated for three awards at the 2006 Hamilton Music Awards: "Record of the Year", "New Artist/Group of the Year", "Alternative Recording of the Year". Read more on Last.fm
Cities in Dust is a Canadian indie rock band from Hamilton, Ontario. The band, which took its name from a Siouxsie & the Banshees song, formed in 2003 and consists of Zach Frank (vocals), Craig Nordemann (bass), Simon Toye (guitar) and Matt Winters (drummer). In 2006, their debut album Night Creatures was released by independent record label Paper Bag Records. The band was nominated for three awards at the 2006 Hamilton Music Awards: "Record of the Year", "New Artist/Group of the Year", "Alternative Recording of the Year".[1] Night Creatures was named by Exclaim! magazine as one of the Top 10 "Punk Albums of the Year" in Canada, December 2006,[2] and it has received heavy rotation on CBC Radio 3.[3] Paper Bag Records signed Cities in Dust in April of 2006, in part due to the onstage antics of Frank.[4] They also appeared at the World Electronic Music Festival in 2006.[5] In 2007, Cities in Dust appeared on the soundtracks of two 2K Sports video games: College Hoops 2K7 and Major League Baseball 2K7. Additionally, their song "Chop Chop You're Dead" was included in the film Superbad. Read more on Last.fm.

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