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    Posted: July 29 2006 at 00:49
Aug 12 2006 8:00P
Apex Statesboro, GA
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The Flying Anvil Greensboro, NC
These are the upfollowing 2 gigs by Canvas Solaris... straight from the band's Myspace blog to the progArchives' visitors!!
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"The story of CANVAS SOLARIS began in 1999, playing a strange, experimental form of extreme death/thrash metal, influenced by mainly VOIVOD, CARCASS and GODFLESH. The early line-up, namely Nathan Sapp (guitars, vocals), Jimmy McCall (bass guitar), Brad Jeffcoat (vocals) and Hunter Ginn (drums), recorded two demos and played several shows in South-Carolina. Jeffcoat and McCall left the band in 2002 and the group added Ben Simpkins (guitar, bass guitar, keyboards) to the line-up and began writing much more experimental instrumental technical, jazz-inspired progressive music. In June 2003 they released their first Ep, "Spatial/Design". The group scaled back from live appearances and one year later arrived their first full-length album "Sublimation".

"Sublimation" is demonstrating the talent of the members, a fantastic technical metal album heavily influenced by SPIRAL ARCHITECT, WATCHTOWER, SPASTIC INK, CYNIC, FATES WARNING, RUSH and even KING CRIMSON and THE MARS VOLTA."

just some FYI since I had no clue who the heck they are....  sounds.....interesting...
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