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Eyeamu - Fear the Sound (2007)
Eyeamu - The Red Mourning (2008)
Eyeamu - The Ripple Effect (2008)



Remember the first time you heard a song that changed the way you listened to music forever?
Introducing Eyeamu (I am you), a band that not only remembers good rock songs are still valid, but that the status quo is no longer an acceptable way to succeed.

"If you’re looking for a band that knows how to rock their own unique sound - these guys have got it down pat! Although fairly new as ‘Eyeamu’ they are no strangers to the music scene. Having already proven their talent and steadfast dedication to work hard, it's only a matter of time before Eyeamu is receiving the attention that they really deserve - and are sure to get." (Jenna Robson, 604 Records)

“Up beat and in your face” (Bryce Lambert, Ice Cold Promotions. Edmonton.)

“Eyeamu was exciting to watch with excellent riffs and a strong stage presence.” (Bodog revue Round 1)

“Eyeamu shook our innards with their incredible bass. These great musicians played some straight ahead rock for us.” (Bodog revue, Round 2)

Following a very successful year after the release of Fear The Sound, Eyeamu is getting ready to release their best work yet. A 4 song EP entitled “The Red Mourning”. With a heavier, more accessible sound, Eyeamu is ready to take the next step.

Accomplishments in 2007

- Sold out CD Release party at the Blarney Stone for “Fear The Sound” on March 29
- A successful tour of Alberta in August
- “Fear The Sound” hits Itunes
- Finished 3rd in The Bodog Battle Round 1
- Shook the Roxy to it’s knees in Round 2
- “Fear The Sound” press one sells out
- Consistent live venue draw
- 4 song EP “The Red Mourning” is recorded in October
- Sold out EP Release Party for “The Red Mourning” (March 27 2008)

Immediately after releasing "The Red Mourning" Eyeamu hit Blue Wave studios to record "The Ripple Effect"

The songs were guided by Dan Swinimer (Jet Black Stare/Beyond the Fall) and has proven to be thier best work yet.