Castle Grey Skull | If We Were Sharks

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If We Were Sharks

by Castle Grey Skull

Progressive Rock
Genre: Rock: Progressive Rock
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1. Pestilence: One Nation Under ii) Verses Vs Verses
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2. Giants Fallen
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3. Ambulance And The Plague It Carried ii) Barren A Rape
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4. The Pacific Was Kept Specific
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5. The End
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6. Marlar's Revenge (Quest Of The Wicker Man)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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A Brief History

Castle Grey Skull was founded by four young guys from Fort Frances, a small town in northwestern Ontario (pop.9000). After Marc Lovisa (drums) left Tugnut, he immediately began forming a new band. Gathering up Jordan Vandetti (guitar), Adam Foley (bass), and Andrew Mueller (guitar), the foursome started writing. The band decided to move to Vancouver, BC to pursue their music further. A few local shows later and the band got into contact with Vancouver company Blackskyline. Through this, they hooked up with recording engineer extraordinaire, Eric Mosher to record their first EP. Unfortunately before the EP could be released, Jordan Vandetti left Castle Grey Skull. The band then picked up singer Jerome Oregas, formerly of Vancouver’s Burn the Name. After months of writing the band headed into Warehouse Studios with Eric Mosher to record their full length. Creating honest and passionate music through their blend of energetic technical hardcore, powerful grooves and raw emotion, Castle Grey Skull are a band that needs to be heard. Castle Grey Skull plans to tour as much as humanly possible.
Castle Grey Skull is a band that knows their direction, meaning, and ideals. Through their immense passion for music, they strive to be the best band they could ever hope to be.


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Pat Jennings

amazing
This is the best CD I've heard this year. Beautiful, passionate tunes. You must hear this band.

Marc Henner

Shark sandwich bitches
This album is insane. Just when you think you figured out what they are trying to do, the music mutates into something completely unexpected but awesome nonetheless. For the price, this is a no brainer. A must own!