Tomorrow's Glory
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Tomorrow's Glory

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"Tomorrow’s Glory Rocked the Edge!"

If you missed last week’s Edge night, you missed an awesome band!

The guys from Tomorrow’s Glory delivered one of the best Edge nights we have ever seen. From cover music to their own stuff, it was all great sounding and made for a great night.

- Posted by: Rod The Edge Alternative

"Toronto based, Tomorrow's Glory are on the rise."

Toronto based, Tomorrow's Glory are on the rise. The band is and absolute pleasure to work with, and I would recommend them to any other promoter or booking agent. They are professional on stage and off and always seem to
liven up a crowd with their songs and high energy stage show.
Tomorrow's Glory know how to promote themselves and the shows the play. They have always come through and make it an easy decision when I'm looking for a solid alternative rock band to entertain any music lover."
- Kevin Bunting at The Garage


5 Song EP released Christmas 2009

Trip - played on college and university radio stations across southern ontario

“Take It All”, was played on Oshawa’s 94.9 The Rock Indie Spotlight Night

"Finding A Way" played on Barrie's Rock 95 New Rock Hour



Together since mid 2008, Tomorrow’s Glory is an indie rock band from Toronto. Appearing on the band’s roster is Anthony Salvati (vocals, guitar), Jon MacMull (guitar), Nick Lemiuex (bass) and Justin Zimmerman (drums).

As each member comes from a different musical background, the band's energetic music reflects a variety of styles. They’ve been inspired by many bands, such as U2, the Foo Fighters, Moist, Weezer The Used and more. An audience at a Tomorrow’s Glory show can pick out elements of grunge, metal, punk, and funk—on the whole, however, the band is said to have a “late 90’s” sound with a new alternative feel. Lyrically, their songs often carry a positive message, from finding the strength to walk away from an abusive relationship (“Walk Away”) to breaking free from oppressive ideological conformity (“Finding a Way”).

Since its inception, the band has been invited to perform at a number of Toronto’s top indie rock venues — including The Horseshoe Tavern, The Opera House, The Reverb, Sneaky Dee’s and Lee’s Palace — often as the headlining band. In mid 2008, one of their earliest songs, “Take It All”, was played on Oshawa’s 94.9 The Rock Indie spotlight night. Their song "Trip" was put in regular rotation on Mohawk College Radio (101.5 FM).

Tomorrow's Glory has been invited to open for established Toronto-based bands, such as You vs. Me and Mary Rose Obsession. They have also been invited to perform as part of the Toronto Independent Music Awards, for the category of "best live performance".

Looking forward, Tomorrow’s Glory has a busy time ahead. Not only will the band be featured at a number of shows in the Toronto area, but the boys are gearing up for am East Coast tour in the spring. They also plan to release their 5-song EP in the beginning of 2010.