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Alphanumeric

Austin, Texas, United States | SELF

Austin, Texas, United States | SELF
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"The Tejas Twelve"

9. Alphanumeric

Bio:

Alphanumeric is a thrash band formed in Austin, TX in the winter of early 2010 by guitarist/vocalist Blake Strahan and drummer Myk Barry. Both founding members had been in previous big-buzz Texas bands (Strahan- Wake the City/ Barry – In Dying Fashion) and together wrote what would be come the band’s self-released, debut album, Zenith Angles. In an attempt to complete the line up, Barry recruited acquaintance and former bass player of San Antonio, TX’s Prom Night Fist Fight, Cameron Kisel, solidifying the band as a 3 piece.

Why You Should Care:

Not only did the band spend their own money to record their self-released debut album, Zenith Angles, but also reached even deeper into their own pockets to travel from Texas to New York in order to shoot a high-definition music video complimenting the albums single, “Bone Dance,” with filmmaker Carlos Ortega. In addition to completing Zenith Angles earlier this year, the band has almost finished writing their sophomore effort to be titled The Season of Paramount, which they have already begun tracking. Be sure to be on the lookout for The Season of Paramount, which is scheduled for release as early as spring of 2011.

Required Listening: Zenith Angles

Our Favorite Track: “The Contract” - Birdpipe Entertainment


Discography

Zenith Angles LP - self released June 9, 2010
Bone Dance - first single - HD music video streaming online

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Bio

Alphanumeric is a thrash band formed in Austin, TX in the winter of early 2010 by guitarist/vocalist Blake Strahan and drummer Myk Barry. Both founding members had been in previous big-buzz Texas bands (Strahan- Wake the City/ Barry – In Dying Fashion) and together wrote what would be come the band’s self-released, debut album, Zenith Angles. In an attempt to complete the line up, Barry recruited acquaintance and former bass player of San Antonio, TX’s Prom Night Fist Fight, Cameron Kisel, solidifying the band as a 3 piece.

Not only did the band spend their own money to record their self-released debut album, Zenith Angles, but also reached even deeper into their own pockets to travel from Texas to New York in order to shoot a high-definition music video complimenting the albums single, “Bone Dance,” with filmmaker Carlos Ortega. In addition to completing Zenith Angles earlier this year, the band has almost finished writing their sophomore effort to be titled The Season of Paramount, which they have already begun tracking. Be sure to be on the lookout for The Season of Paramount, which is scheduled for release as early as spring of 2011.