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Union of Uranus

Union of Uranus

Union of Uranus


(Union of) Uranus were around in the early to mid 1990's and released a demo tape (called the "Backhand Demo", which was later to become their side of the elusive split lp with His Hero is Gone), a split ep (with Quebec crusty band Immoral Squad) and the double ep (which was later re-released as a 12'' on Farewell Records from Germany). Uranus were more or less based in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, and were an anchor of the DIY scene at the time, which was loosely organized around a venue/house known as 5 Arlington. Read more on Last.fm
(Union of) Uranus were around in the early to mid 1990's and released a demo tape (called the "Backhand Demo", which was later to become their side of the elusive split lp with His Hero is Gone), a split ep (with Quebec crusty band Immoral Squad) and the double ep (which was later re-released as a 12'' on Farewell Records from Germany). Uranus were more or less based in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, and were an anchor of the DIY scene at the time, which was loosely organized around a venue/house known as 5 Arlington. The Ottawa scene was closely linked with activities in Montréal, Sherbrooke, and Québec, and many bands such as Shotmaker, Uranus, Drift, One Eyed God Prophecy, et al. shared a similar musical outlook. Yannick's record label, the Great American Steak Religion, was also responsible for releasing many of these bands, and internationally, the home scene of these bands was probably seen as being larger than it actually was. These years in Ottawa were probably the most active for "crusty" type bands (although there was always an emo aspect to the bands and activities) which, with the demise of Uranus and 5 Arlington slowly vanished.

Members of Uranus went to play in bands like Speedy Huffler Kings (drummer), Chokehold, Rammer, and Hacksaw (bassist), Dead Man's Right Hand (singer), and of course His Hero Is Gone and Tragedy (Yannick) 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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