Sven Gali Interview with Dave Wanless
They were signed to BMG Music Canada in 1991 and produced the self-titled debut, released in 1992 that went Gold selling over 50,000 units. The album included singles and videos for “Under The Influence”, “Tie Dyed Skies”, “In My Garden”, and the ballad, “Love Don’t Live Here Anymore” (#6 CanCon song of 1993). It included a cover of Teenage Head’s “Disgusteen” featuring guest vocals by Frankie Venom. The video for “Under the Influence” won the MuchMusic Best Metal Video award in 1993. The band was also nominated for Hard Rock Album of the Year and Most Promising Band at the 1993 Juno Awards. They also toured extensively throughout Canada and the USA, Germany, Belgium, Ireland and the UK, headlining and on the bill with acts including April Wine, Foreigner, Candlebox, Pearl Jam and Def Leppard.
The band have a new self-released single entitled “Killed The Lies”released in June and produced by David Bendeth (Paramore, Breaking Benjamin, Bring Me The Horizon). A part of the proceeds from the sale of the single will go to support cancer research in the name of founding guitar player Dee Cernile. Dee passed away from cancer in 2012.
Plus the band will commemorate the 25th anniversary of their self-titled debut and new single “Kill The Lies”, with select Ontario tour dates in July and August 2018, and then head to the UK to headline the Hull Metal Festival in September alongside LA Guns and more.