Ted

Tome

Jimi

Juergen

BLASTERNAUT
HOME: WINDSOR, CANADA
GENRE: ROCK
MEMBERS: 4

BIO:
It all started back in the autumn of 1996, when Blasternaut signed with the indie label Attack Records & Filmworks (Toronto). They went on to record their debut CD, eden pit released in 1997, and their sophomore CD SuperChevyMettle released in 2000. Both received critical acclaim from numerous publications. Their sound has been characterized by one journalist as being "a mix between Soundgarden's power, Stone Temple Pilots melodic sense, and Pink Floyd's moodiness but with the playful amusement of The Cure."

Several tracks from both these albums have been featured different films including: "Vampire Song" in the film Fatal Kiss, "The Stalker" in the film Drop Dead Roses, and at least four other tracks in the film Finding Electra. These soundtrack deals have been administered through Cherry Lane Music Publishing.

The summer of 2001, Ted (vox/gtr-Windsor), Tome (gtr/key/vox-Windsor), Jimi (drums- Detroit), and Juergen (bass/vox-Detroit) headed back to Metalworks Studios in Toronto under the wing of British management group Caos Music. This time they would record a four song EP entitled Promolicious. Distribution was handled by Nuff Entertainment in Canada.

BLASTERNAUT and Chris Pickle are proud to announce that their video "SuperSonic" has won "Best Independent Music Video" at the 2003 Midwest Entertainment Industry Conference. The annual festival is comprised of the best unsigned bands from all over North America.


Contact: www.blasternaut1.com
   
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