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Volcanoless In Canada

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Many thanx for listening and loving our new songs!

We'll have info soon on where you can purchase the new album worldwide at CDBaby.com!

Much props to thesixtyone too- The Shizz!!!

Yours in music,
V*I*C
posted 7 years ago
Our new, sophomore album, the way forward., Has Landed!


We also have new spiffy sites:

http://www.volcanolessincanada.com
http://www.myspace.com/volcanolessincanada

Much Much more soon... For now, Backyard Badminton & Beers!!!


Yours in music,
Levi
V*I*C
posted 7 years ago
LEARN TO SING TOMORROW NIGHT!

LEARN TO SING W/ YOUR HOST LEVITRON.

Feat. Saskatoon's own Pharrell Williams> Kirk Kitzul (Settlements, Bears Attack! Kirk's Big Frat House) and Volcanoless!

New Volcanoless Album track!


LEARN TO SING. MONDAY NIGHTS.

10 - 11 pm (Mountain Summer Time)

http://www.cfcr.ca

Happy Listening!
Levitron
posted 7 years ago
biography
Following a three-year formulating process, The Volcanoless in Canada project crystallized its destined lineup in mid-2006 when Saskatchewan-based childhood friends & band members Mitch Lysak and Joel Hryniuk artistically fused with Enver Hampton & Levi Soulodre. Volcanoless' sound strives to combine precise rhythms and intricate melodies with the appeal and high-paced energy of rock music. Volcanoless in Canada bases their sonic principle on the coordination of a triple guitar assault, where three acoustic guitars play complementary and interweaving melody lines within the rhythmical domain of drums and bass guitar. Through this original concept, Volcanoless' music stretches across the vast musical spectrum, embracing elements of rock, alternative, folk, country, punk and dance.

Alongside an unbroken streak of Saskatchewan sold-out shows, a sold out debut album and intensely energetic & passionate performances, Volcanoless has completed their sophomore album, The Way Forward. It was mixed in Brooklyn, New York by renowned engineer Alex Newport (The Mars Volta, Death Cab for Cutie) and is currently in final production. The band spent May 2008 touring the United Kingdom, perfor... (+) expand
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Ryan Palma wrote:
some dope tunes guys!
6 years ago
Meroe13 (level 24) wrote:
Love Mexican Circus! Thank you!
7 years ago
EhpicPhailure (level 3) wrote:
Mexican Circus = Love X)
7 years ago
stephenwhite (level 19) wrote:
Unique and entertaining. Good job, fellas
7 years ago
mnx (level 4) wrote:
come back to south east london some time!
7 years ago
ccarscall (level 16) wrote:
Well done boys! Well done.
7 years ago
timyjl (level 40) wrote:
You guys made me learn something about C eh, N eh, D eh. Thank you. = )
7 years ago
isgau58 (level 11) wrote:
Love Mexican Circus!!!
7 years ago
TippyTypewriter (level 12) wrote:
Imagine my surprise at finding a local band here. Been listening to you guys for a while now--keep it up!
7 years ago
Nandicu (level 31) wrote:
Thanks for yr songs, "Mexican Circus" is my favourite!! Love it!!
7 years ago
ashpanic (level 21) wrote:
Your music is fantastic. Favorite find on T61 so far.
7 years ago
DeeDee1 (level 32) wrote:
You guys are great, really awesome tunes!!
7 years ago
harperbetterfasterstronger (level 33) wrote:
These new songs are awesome!
7 years ago
vda420 (level 8) wrote:
Wicked shit!
7 years ago
forgetthese (level 14) wrote:
Fantastic name and tunes! Keep up the awesome work!
7 years ago
Maeus (level 12) wrote:
Woo Canadian bands!

Lovely songs, both of them. Struggling to pick between them, but I think I like She Moves better for the softer less punk-ish feel.
7 years ago
ganglyblueheron (level 37) wrote:
There used to be volcanoes in Canada. I know this because I have a piece of the oldest known volcanic rock in the world. It's from Inukjuak, Northern Quebec. It was given to me when I taught there several years ago.
Besides enjoying your name, I also like your sound.
7 years ago
ohmanitslisa (level 6) wrote:
Huzzah :) !
7 years ago
SoulBurnOUt (level 21) wrote:
You guys are awesome! I'll definitly go vote for you guys :)
7 years ago
ohmanitslisa (level 6) wrote:
Cool sound. Can't wait to head more!
Bump for you :) .
7 years ago
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