Tomorrow Has Arrived
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Tomorrow Has Arrived

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"Based on Real Life Events" released May 2007
"The Other Side of Your Shadow" New release.



With a nonstop work ethic and a musical catalog that ranges from fist pounding metal to Latin roots, alternative rock. Northwest Indiana, four quartets Tomorrow Has Arrived are poised to tie music by the collar with their 2008 THA production debut, “The Other Side of Your Shadow”. Though just ten tracks, the album packs more melodic diversity and uplifting melodies that captivates listeners than many bands’. Just four individuals that make up tomorrow has arrived has spent their lives to reach this point.
Tomorrow has Arrived begins 2 years, a handful of man hours, and 2 releases (a demo ep “Based on Real Life Events” and a album) ago. To walk in the shoes of tomorrow has arrived today, just rewind to 2006, when the band formed. Their vocalist Pirate Machuca brings a vocal assault, along with the guitarist Nazo Castillos unique rhythm helps capture melodies that have since attracted audience across the nation. The bassist Weto Fernandez brings the hood, with his style that has no boundaries, which allows the drummer Jason Alexander to transform standard music counts to his own and helps set up Pirate on the congas to introduce the latin style.
THA, known by their fans, success come from their ability to adapt to their audience. Their sound cannot be replicated by any other alternative/latin/metal act. In the words of Brian Rosenblatt, a lawyer specializing in entertainment law and commercial litigation said “THA brings a tremendous amount of cross-over appeal; parts really rock while vocals are soft and tender. Its danceable, it thrashes, it’s got angst, its’ got passion”. No matter what stage THA has the presence and energy to own. After taking the crowd to mass chaos, they just as easily bring them back to sing along to their favorite songs. In the end, the band and audience connection is what matters.