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Olds, Alberta, Canada | SELF

Olds, Alberta, Canada | SELF
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"Tattered reviews by BiggerThanBeyonce"

BiggerThanBeyonce is a band review site that reviewed Tattered EP in February of 2012. - biggerthanbeyonce.com

"Indie Music Magazine reviews Tattered's EP!"

@ the link is a review of Tattered done by Indie Music Magazine, an online publication which reviews bands, concerts and albums. - Indie Music Magazine

"Rock4Em Tattered Review Uncut!"

Video Review of Tattered done by Rock4Em in the UK! - Rock4Em


Still working on that hot first release.



They say the whole is greater than the sum of it's parts. Nowhere is this truer than with the Canadian hard rock band Tattered. Hailing from the little town of Olds Alberta, Tattered is a 4 piece band with a huge sound!

Brad is the frontman, primary songwriter and the Band's originator. Apart from reflective and rhythmic lyrics, Brad delivers a pheonominal vocal performance both live and in the studio.

Clayton slams the skins with everything he's got whether the band is rehearsing, playig a show, recording or just goofing around! His energy on stage is palpable and he's always ready to play!

Slamming the thick strings is Graham. He's got a way with the bass that's instantly recognizeable and he has a formidable stage presence.

The newest member of the band is Tim, the guitar player. He's hard to miss anywhere, but when he's making nickle and steel scream, it's a sight to behold!

Since Tattered's birth in 2009, it has gained an ever growing local following. Dedicated fans never hesitate to pack the house wherever Tattered is appearing.
The dedication of this local following along with the support of over 60 radio stations around the globe prompted Tattered to release their self-titled EP six months ago. Recorded at Sympul studios in Calgary, Tattered EP paints a very clear picture of the musicianship and passionate performance that makes Tattered Tattered!

Tattered is currently back in the studio recording a new single to be released in the summer of 2012.