Sundial Project
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Sundial Project

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""Blame" Featured on"

"Blame" is now playing on, UCLA's only campus radio station. DJ Zapped was quoted as saying, it got "3 billion requests!" - -----

"You Guys Rock"

You guys rock! Love the tracks, wish there was a vocalist like you in Edinburgh so we could complete our line up! Keep it up, send us a banner or something and we'll stick a link to you guys on our site if you like. - Dust Puppets - U.K.


I ended up listening to all four tracks - great rock material!! Well played with a very distinct & enchanting vocal sound!! Best of luck in 2007 guys! - Joe Levy - Canada

"Holy S!@#"

Holy s!@#, where did you record your new sounds GREAT! We'd like to record there...let us know... - Worldfast Band - CA

"Killer Tunes"

I went to to download you music for free!! Killer tunes.."Blame" is one of my favorites. Talk to you later. - Unkle Syko, DJ - UnkleSyko Internet Radio Show

"Arena Rock Anthem"

This is a tight sounding track. A real rock anthem. Keep it up and you may be in an arena some day! - James Kinds - Iowa

""Blame" and "Why Not?" Featured on X103.9 FM"

"Blame" is now playing on Riverside's own X103.9 FM. "Why Not?" was playing in April 2006. - -----

"Sundial Project"

Because sometimes you just need to hear a nice, loud band blasting hard rock & roll songs you've never heard before to accompany that after-work bender. Cranky guitars? Check. Alex Van Halen-esque drumming? Check. Vocal chops that would humiliate Chris Daughtry for the poser he is? Oh yeah. - Inland Empire Weekly


Great intro. Sets up a mood. Love the drums and guitars all through the song. Really ominous and the chorus is great tension-release. Singer's got a great voice, great tone, evokative. It's like there is this great vehicle, great musical backdrop, great vocal delivery. Great energy in the outro, really like it. - Sarah Halliday - Austrailia

"Sundial Project Wins Granite Apple"

Sundial Project are an excellent hard rock band who hail from Southern California. They claim to have spent only $120 per song recording the three excellent tracks here - sounds to me like they must have spent at least $130! “Blame” is the obvious standout but I really like “Drained” which features some terrific drumming. Anyway, the coveted granite apple award for rock band of the week. - SellABand Tribune


Still working on that hot first release.


Feeling a bit camera shy


"Cranky guitars? Check. Alex Van Halen-esque drumming? Check. Vocal chops that would humiliate Chris Daughtry for the poser he is? Oh yeah." This is what Inland Empire Weekly has to say about Sundial Project, a rising hard rock band from Southern California who are making their mark on crowds with electrifying performances that have fans comparing their live shows to those of substantially higher priced arena rock bands. Comprised of four members, Sundial Project's sound is drawn from rock influences such as Staind, Stone Temple Pilots, Pearl Jam, Godsmack, Seether, and Silverchair; though their catchy melodies and "I cant get that song out of my head" hooks give them widespread appeal.

Sundial Project began with an ending. Nick Murray and Josh Painter left “In Absence” in the summer of 2006 to create a new band with visions of the days when rock shows and albums had great songs from beginning to end. The focus was placed on creating memorable songs with each musician contributing exceptional performances. PJ Chesney and Alex Meraz shared this same goal, and were invited to complete the band.

Sundial Project are hard at work playing local shows to build momentum for their anticipated 2008 full length album release. With recent appearances on San Bernardino’s X103.9 FM, UCLA Radio, and a host of podcasts broadcasting their songs worldwide, Sundial Project are poised to spread their music to all corners of the world, one person at a time.