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Damnear Divine

Damnear Divine

Damnear Divine


"With the release of their first E.P., "Breakout", Damnear Divine remains diligent in their goal to do exactly what the E.P. title insists: Break out of the mold of your typical music genre. Damnear Divine strives to create their own sound, drawing in influences from all directions that include New Found Glory, Silverstein, Fall Out Boy, Queen, All Time Low, Taking Back Sunday, and A Day To Remember. Refusing to settle for less, Damnear Divine's determination to live up to their name remains unaltered. Read more on Last.fm
"With the release of their first E.P., "Breakout", Damnear Divine remains diligent in their goal to do exactly what the E.P. title insists: Break out of the mold of your typical music genre. Damnear Divine strives to create their own sound, drawing in influences from all directions that include New Found Glory, Silverstein, Fall Out Boy, Queen, All Time Low, Taking Back Sunday, and A Day To Remember. Refusing to settle for less, Damnear Divine's determination to live up to their name remains unaltered. Since their formation in October of '08, the Las Vegas based Damnear Divine has been turning heads, gaining attention by playing a variety of upscale Las Vegas venues such as The Farm, The Alley, Jillians, Cheyenne Saloon, Gallos, The Box Office, The Knight Hall, as well as performing at benefit shows to help raise money for breast cancer and the Invisible Children of Sudan.

Most notably the quintuplet is known for headlining the largest annual music festival in Las Vegas, The Extreme Thing of 2009, playing in front of a crowd that boasted over 12,000 onlookers. Venturing out of Las Vegas to Sanger, CA, Damnear Divine had a taste of the touring life.. and they loved every minute of it. The band has been featured in numerous local music columns including Smash Magazine, Las Vegas Weekly, Vegas Rocks Magazine and the Las Vegas Review Journal.

Acknowledged as a force to be reckoned with, Damnear Divine was also dubbed the band of the month in August of '09 by well known promoters, Xpoz. Damnear Divine is lead by frontman Ryan Hart on lion roars, backed by Andres Razo and Brandon Wade melting faces on duo lightning axes, Chris Rosen brings the beats on his blast machine, and Aussie harnesses the power of thunder itself, unleashing it directly into your face with his custom made boom stick. Together the five create such sweet sounding musical masterpieces that its been known to make grown men drop to their knees and cry. Damnear Divine plans to use their E.P. "Breakout" as a stepping stone to perfect their ever changing, ever growing sound.

Recent upgrades in members have left Damnear Divine eager to begin writing new songs, play new shows, and continue to be nothing short of Damnear Divine. Overcoming obstacles and squashing doubts, Damnear Divine is ready to take over the world; and in the words of their song I Red Your Letter: it's just begun. " - http://www.myspace.com/damneardivine Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..

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