Out of Line
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Out of Line

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"No Regrets EP" - 2004
"Not Afraid To Fall" - 2005

Out of Line has received airplay on dozens of radio stations across the North East, including: KROQ Syracuse, NY; 1180 WHAM Rochester, NY; 90.5fm WBER Rochester, NY; 94.1 The Zone Rochester, NY; 96.5 WCMF with The Brother Wease Show Rochester, NY; 98.9 The Buzz Rochester, NY; 92 WICB Ithaca, NY; 106 VIC Ithaca, NY; Q103.5 Hornell, NY; WCCR West Lafayette, IN; WERS Boston, MA; WGSU Geneseo, NY; WDVL Fredonia, NY; 89.1 The Point Brockport, NY; WBUF Buffalo, NY; Q103 The Edge Albany, NY; WWPT Westport, CT.

Out of Line also has had songs featured on and licensed to MTV and MTVU.



In the midst of a dying local rock scene, Out of Line formed to start something new and fresh; relighting the fire that once surrounded Rochester New York's music scene. Within two short years, the guys in Out of Line have done just that. From playing sold-out local shows to opening for nation acts like Story of the Year, 30 Seconds to Mars, Midtown, Plain White T’s, Silvertide, and Bowling for Soup, Out of Line has built a strong foundation in the North East. Their two current EP's and captivating live show have been the dual engines behind their amazing success.

The No Regrets EP showcases the band's cohesiveness and overall talent as they strive to set the hook (Rochester City News, 2004). Their first EP landed Out of Line a spot on the 2004 Vans Warped Tour. Out of Line's extensive fan base and tight live performance led them to defeat 4,600 other bands nation-wide to become a winner of the Ernie Ball Battle of the Bands 9. MTV U and Universal Records also recognized OoL as one of the top 10 College bands in the country during the MTV U Best Music on Campus Competition. Their popularity grew, leading Out of Line to not only win the prestigious Rochester's Most Popular Band Contest, but destroy the attendance record set in years past. Touring colleges, clubs, bars, and frats across the north east, Out of Line started picking up speed and released their second EP, Not Afraid to Fall.

With 5 new songs and an eager fan base, Out of Line has recently released Not Afraid to Fall. With months of hard work and promotion, the album has had a huge amount of hype building behind it. The Rochester streets were buzzing in hopes to hear the bands best effort yet. Sure enough, Not Afraid to Fall led to a series of sold-out CD release shows and landed them a spot as an MTV Artist on the Brink, a recognition rarely given to unsigned bands. The band has sold nearly 1,000 copies of their new record within a two week’s time. Armed with their new record, Not Afraid to Fall, along with a stellar live performance and infectious hooks, Out of Line is sure to get national attention within the coming year.