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The Changing

The Changing

The Changing


Hailing from Hollywood, CA, The Changing blend heavy guitars, strong melodies and smart lyrics to create some of the most exciting metal music to be heard in years. Founded and fronted by Kalen Chase, the group has been recording and playing live in the Los Angeles area since 2006. Along with a multitude of club shows, the band was tapped to perform on the 2007 Family Values tour, appearing on the main stage alongside Korn, Evanesence and others. Read more on Last.fm
Hailing from Hollywood, CA, The Changing blend heavy guitars, strong melodies and smart lyrics to create some of the most exciting metal music to be heard in years. Founded and fronted by Kalen Chase, the group has been recording and playing live in the Los Angeles area since 2006. Along with a multitude of club shows, the band was tapped to perform on the 2007 Family Values tour, appearing on the main stage alongside Korn, Evanesence and others. The Changing have recently released their debut album entitled “For Obvious Reasons”. The first single “Jerry Bruckheimer” with guest vocals from Jonathan Davis of Korn is available now at www.thechanging.com.

Recorded and mixed by Logan Mader (Machine Head, Soulfly), the twelve-song album showcases the versatility and aggression of these five gifted vagabonds. The Changing is: Kalen Chase: Vocals/sleeps for money Kyle Mayer: Percussion/childhood prodigy turned speed addict Dan Johnson: Bass/corrupt Illinois politician Branden Krull: Keyboards/band cum dumpster(until something better comes along) Shootie HG: Guitar/Boston Baked Beans 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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