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Blind The Carrier

Waterloo, Ontario, Canada | SELF

Waterloo, Ontario, Canada | SELF
Band Metal Alternative


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Into The Great Ravine (2011)



For the five members of BLIND THE CARRIER, embracing change and overcoming odds is nothing new. Founded on a background of faith and friendship, the urge to create something new happened naturally during the summer of 2009. Some were friends already, some were not, but after one jam session at a house party it became clear that here was the beginning of something special.

With great patience, songs were written, abandoned, and rewritten again. After 6 months, with the excitement of recording songs approaching, a farewell was given to their bassist (Steve Cook) who was moving on to play for HOMETOWN BEATDOWN. The loss of a bassist was seen as a time to slow things down and focus not only on the vision, but on the musical style of the band. With time, a new musical style was embraced, and all that was left to do then was fill the gap of a missing member. Now calling themselves BLIND THE CARRIER, the four set out to discover their true sound amongst the noise of today's modern metalcore. A chance encounter with an old friend (Derek Colvin) welcomed a new bassist, and in August of 2010, the first 2 songs "Anti-Venom", and "The Orphan" were recorded at the OIART Music School in London, Ontario.

No strangers to change, the band was again made to deal with a lineup change as one of their guitarists (Tom Oberle) left the band to pursue other goals. What followed immediately after was the introduction of another long time friend of the band (Jesse Schultz) as guitarist to make the group whole once again. After 4 months of hard work and another change in writing style, BLIND THE CARRIER are now ready to enter the scene.

Look forward to the debut EP "Into the Great Ravine" being recorded in the Spring of 2011.