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Epsilon Red

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"There is a very melodic intro and the harmonies mix rather well. The flanger on the guitar was a nice touch and brings the overall feel of the song to a heightened awareness. The bass is nice and punchy without sounding too 'punchy'. It is well played and is not really in your face. It is melodic in its own right and an asset to the overall sound. The drums are very well played and came out nicely in the recording..the commercialability of the sound is definitely marketable.. a pretty rocking tune!" - Garageband.com

"Nice flange guitar...still jangles through. Reminded me first of Jane's Addiction, then mid-eighties Rush.. Good Vocal Range, definitely has serious potential. I like the last melody hook.." - Garageband.com

"I dig this introduction. The guitarist is doing a nice job sucking me in, and I love the vibe once the drummer kicks in too. Unusual dual vocals at the start, but they are growing on me. This song has a hanging-outside-getting-drunk-by-type of vibe. The vocals drop to a single person for the rest of the song and its a nice change, keeps things intriguing..Overall, good tune. Great musicianship and interesting arrangement sets a cool mood." - Garageband.com


Discover 'Earthbound' and three other demo recordings on http://www.myspace.com/epsilonred



Determined to create music that he knew he would enjoy listening to, and inspired by rock bands varying from Rush to Smashing Pumpkins to Muse, Sean Jeffery created Epsilon Red.
His harmonious blend of soaring vocals, incisive guitar and thought-provoking lyrics have been complimented perfectly by Jezz Cole's ingenious bass playing and Chris Daniels' imaginative drumming. An invitation to audition for INXS and an appearance on Kerrang! Radio were followed by many acclaimed gigs around the UK.
Cross Placebo with the Foo Fighters, add a dash of Muse, a bit of The Jam and a hint of Rush, and you'll get Epsilon Red.