1000 Year Plan
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1000 Year Plan

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The best kept secret in music


"'BEST OF 7/23 and 7/24 at Kings Tavern'"

It was the first time I've seen them but I hope to see them again soon. I tend to not like instrumental bands because it tends to get boring. But 1000 Year Plan pulled it off. They used high volume and complex guitar parts to get their point across, no need to clutter it all up with vocals. The bass player and guitar player were all over the place and they didn't miss one beat. Great band. I give them an Ebay rating of 95.7%. - upstatewasted.com


Still working on that hot first release.


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Instrumental virtuosity need not come at the expense of cohesion.

It's a premise that New York's 1,000 Year Plan exemplifies to the fullest. A powerful trio with almost-telepathic musical communication skills, The 1,000 Year Plan make music that is driving, rich with complexity, and, for lack of a better word, loud.

Borne of frustration with both vocal-centered rock as well as their own experience in Buffalo's Eighteen Hundred and Froze to Death, The 1,000 Year Plan began when bassist Tom Yagielski and guitarist Joe Kepic started writing songs together in New York City in 2002. With a revolving door of drummers impeding their goals, Kepic and Yagielski found renewed commitment and a needed musical shot in the arm with the reintroduction of Eighteen Hundred drummer Brendan Kuntz in the winter of 2004.

The result? Think The Who, if Moon had his head on straight and Daltrey plowed into a tree before it was too late. Think Yes, sans capes and pre-songs about dolphins. And then think forward.