Reason Disappears
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The best kept secret in music

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Discography

"Redesign" 4 song EP (Independent 2001)

"Almond Sculpture" Video (235 Films/VideoFACT) Currently in rotation on MuchMusic and MuchLoud

"Almond Sculpture" also recieves airplay on Toronto's Edge102 as well as various college radio stations in Ontario

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Feeling a bit camera shy

Bio

When preconceived ideas and rational thought are no longer relevant.
When you close your eyes, and get lost inside yourself.
When music takes you to a place ruled by emotion, and free of physical limitations.
When everything's right, and it all comes together...

That's when Reason Disappears....

The six members of Reason Disappears came together with a common goal of creating music that is melodic, driving, eclectic, and emotionally driven. The combination of six very diverse musicians who share a wide variety of influences results in a very unique sound, while still keeping one foot firmly planted in the hard rock arena.

Since the band's inception at the dawn of the millennium, this Toronto-based powerhouse has gained a reputation as one of the most entertaining and energetic live acts around. With an unleashed energy and sense of camaraderie between band members rarely seen today, Reason Disappears draws their audience in and nurtures a very personal connection with the listener. Heartfelt lyrics sung to insanely catchy melodies, combined with superb musicianship infects the soul with an uplifting sense of inspiration that is a much needed breath of fresh air in a world of turmoil and uncertainty. While many people see the world falling apart, the members of Reason Disappears see hope and greatness in the evolution of the human spirit, and humankind's ability to overcome repression and strife.

During the early part of 2002, the band went into the studio to record four songs with the assistance of producer Nick Walsh, and engineer Darius Szczepaniak (Barenaked Ladies, Sum 41, Big Sugar). Originally meant to be a starting-point for a full length album, the four song EP, entitled “Redesign” quickly caught the attention of many a discerning listener. One such listener was Dallas-based Manager, Jeff Roe, who is best known for representing 2003 Grammy-nominee, Bowling For Soup. Jeff immediately expressed interest in representing Reason Disappears and is now an integral part of the team.

The EP’s lead-off track, “Almond Sculpture” explores an unbridled determination for, and validation of, a given individual’s personal life-goals. With that in mind, the band recently completed filming of the song’s music video, which takes selected glimpses into each of the band members’ daily lives, illustrating the struggles and determination of a band trying to “make it”. “Almond Sculpture” has been receiving generous rotation on MuchMusic as well as MuchLoud, and was recently one of five top requested videos on the all-request episode of “Loud”, MuchMusic’s heavy music specialty show.

Having been recently added to the prestigious roster of The Agency Group, Ltd., the band has begun to compile a series of high-profile shows such as the North by Northeast 2003 Agency Group showcase, as well as opening slots for such acts as I Mother Earth, Billy Talent, Bowling for Soup and Three Days Grace. And, as anyone who has been to a show will tell you, this is one band that must be experienced live.

With a solid recording, a highly energetic live show, world-class representation, and a kick-ass music video behind them, this most certainly promises to be the year of “The Almond Cup”. So keep your ears peeled, your mind open, and tune up the right side of your cerebrum, because sooner or later, when you're least expecting it, Reason Disappears.