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"NXNG review"

It’s evident that Remainameless has a lot of heart and that it has earned respect from the people involved in the New Grunge Series. The band graciously thanked the organizers on stage between catcalls from the crowd. This band is sure to turn any event into a party – they came, they played, they gained fans. And just as their MySpace ( headline says, “Guaranteed to rock and/or roll,” they did indeed.

Set list: “Bite,” “The Way We Flow,” “Mistake,” “Sweetly Insatiable,” “Go Away (lie),” “Real Lies,” “Go Out.” -


Self Titled LP released independantly - June 2004.
"saving the planet one song at a time" - spring 2007



Cold days in the winter of 2003 ..............................
Who would've thought, warming in the bars of Toronto, would be the next
generation of rock and roll: remainameless. Formed in March 2003 behind
Reubens frenetic guitar playing and soulful vocals, lies a ferociously full-bodied
rhythm section. Bassist Krazy Rob holding down the low end, is the child-spirit of the band. He has unstoppable energy and is a blur of motion on-stage.
Drummer Rob could teach a Swiss watch to keep time. Combined they make remainameless a power punk rock band you'd have to experience to believe. After releasing their selftitled debut album in 2004, they have been regularly playing the Toronto indie scene. Having people sing along is the band's favourite part of every show. Catchy hooks and pop melodies insure that everyone has a different favorite song. With the release of their 2nd full length album remainameless are closer to:
"Saving the Planet One Song at a Time"