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Jacksonville, Florida, United States | SELF

Jacksonville, Florida, United States | SELF
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""The more you listen, the more you enjoy.""

"Refreshing to see a band not following trends and creating something not heard before. The more you listen, the more you enjoy." - - Frank Money, iTunes Review (Aug 14, 2008)


""This is the most amazing band I have ever heard""

"Simply amazing (5 stars)" "This is the most amazing band I have ever heard. Love the whole album. Would suggest this to everyone." - - spotz07 , iTunes Review (Jul 07, 2009)


""Great Stuff(5 stars)""

"Great Stuff(5 stars)" "Great music by great guys. Concerts are the best too." - - Eric Snook, iTunes Review (Mar 09, 2010)


Discography

"A Delicate Impact"

The album was released independently in April 2008 to positive reviews and impressive sales at shows and on iTunes.

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~About the Band~

Transpose was started at the beginning of 2006 in Beverly, Massachusetts. In May 2006, the band's vocalist, Brian Paone, moved to Jacksonville, FL and recruited ex-Ashes Of Osiris bass player Tim Sigler, guitarist T.J. Monagham and drummer Jason Bonner. Immediately the foursome started writing the songs for the debut album, while playing shows from Kingsland, GA to Orlando, FL. Gold certified producer Scott Fravala attended a local show and was impressed enough to approach the band and offer them to record the debut album, "A Delicate Impact" at his studio in Orange Park, FL. The album was released independently in April 2008 to positive reviews and impressive sales at shows and on iTunes.

Transpose prides itself on being genre-bending, mixing styles of post-hardcore with progressive metal and screamo. Crediting the Deftones, Tool, Thursday, and Lamb Of God as the main influences, the band created its own sound in the process.

Transpose's shows have stretched from Savannah, GA to Orlando, FL and they have opened for bands such as Tub Ring, Fed Up, New Day, Sore Eyes, and Future Leaders Of The World. The first single, "Only The Dead Go Free" was part of WJAP radio's rotation throughout the summer of 2008.

~Reviews~
"Refreshing to see a band not following trends and creating something not heard before. The more you listen, the more you enjoy."
- ITUNES REVIEW (April 2008)