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CAPTURE THE SUN was formed in 2009 by 3 University of Maine Music Majors. Kyle HUSSEY, James HADLEY, and Justin HADLEY decided that there needed to be in instrumental prog band in the Maine metal scene. They started writing music and practicing when they could, and soon had a 4 song demo out. It gained minimal attention around Bangor, Maine, just enough to inspire them to complete their first full length. The band recorded on weekends and free afternoons with the help of their friend Luke ABBOTT (of Robocop fame). The trio soon became a quartet with the addition of Tony BABB on bass. They kept playing shows and writing music, all while juggling work, practice, and being full time students. They finished up their first album and released it on March 23rd, 2012. The band is currently playing shows and supporting their Self-Titled album.

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Capture the Sun (8-Bit Version)
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