Everyday Tragedy
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"Short Review"

Fans of All-American Rejects, Third Eye Blind and The Used, it's time to listen up! Sporting sweet melodies and guitar-charged punches, Everyday Tragedy's debut is nine tracks of pop perfection. - Smartpunk.com


Discography

New LP "Blackhole Carousel" is being distributed by RED Music and is releasing Feb/March 2010

"Lovesick, HeartBroken or Somewhere in Between" LP

Single "One for the Money" has been played on KROQ's Locals Only program several times.

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"We want to try something new this time," says Everyday Tragedy singer Greg Tragedy. "We hear the latest trends and we just don't want to conform to that sound, we want to push through this phase in music history and come out on top."

And pushing through is exactly what rock act Everyday Tragedy has been doing since day one. The band toured nationally for the duration of 2008, building stages for the Vans Warped tour to earn a slot on the roster, and selling their debut LP artist to fan, face to face.

"We spent most of last year selling our CD's at malls across the country for gas money to make sure we got to our next stop to play the show," says guitar player Rome Kubiak. Gas prices were killing small bands and big bands alike but I think it turned out to be a blessing in the end. It got us in touch with fans, both new and old, on a more personal level and really brought us closer as a band."

Everyday Tragedy went into hibernation early 2009 in their home town of Orange County California, where they wrote, produced, engineered, and mixed a new full length record.

"We were being bombarded by different offers for one thing or another, but nobody seemed to be able to guarantee us anything that we couldn't just do on our own. So, we said, Hell with it, lets just do it ourselves," says Greg. The band spent the first few months gathering the support of their endorsements and securing new ones to make sure the music being recorded came as close to matching their previous effort as possible. After a laborous recoding process the album was completed in August 2009 and was mastered shortly after by legendary mastering engineer Bernie Grundman in Los Angeles.

Blackhole Carousel is 10 tracks of independent music at it's finest. The band has evolved it's sound into a more mature territory while managing to retain the strong hooks and melodies of their previous effort. With the forward thinking foresight of bands like 30 Seconds to Mars, and the sing along chorus' of bands like Rise Against, Everyday Tragedy is prepared to take the scene by force one song at a time.

"With our backgrounds in heavy music we got tired of watching our scenes degrade into what they are today and decided to go into a territory completely fresh and new to us," drummer Ryan P says. "We want to be out with the fans, showing them that music is still fun and that going to see a good show isn't a thing of the past." With all of the forces behind this ensemble, they are definitely getting well deserved attention and showing no signs of slowing down.