It was at this stage that the group regrouped under the moniker "The Evidence." Rumor has it that Rudd's Mom had something to do with the name change. In 2009, bassist-vocalist Randy Burton joined the group, and The Evidence released it's debut album, Polarity on Meter Records. The Meter one-sheet for Polarity reads as follows: "Unabashed members of the obscuro-geek-punk elite, The Evidence delivers the debut album promised at their inception: Polarity – a concise contemplation of our age’s highs and lows that thrashes, pummels, and slices it’s way into the core of the conscious. The Evidence’s sound has been described as precision-punk, progressive-post-punk, and even gentleman’s metal - and though there’s a common thread making them at home on stage with hardcore and indie-pop bands alike, The Evidence can’t really help but stick out - for better or worse. Fans of the timeless elements of Queen and Rush will notice nods to these influences while also drawing parallels to the likes of Coheed and Cambria, Circa Survive, Bad Religion, Tool, Brand New, and even AFI." More information is available through www.theevidence.net. Read more on Last.fm.
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