Protosequence – The Greasy BC Tour 2017
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For Fans of All Shall Perish, Within The Ruins, August Burns Red, The Faceless, Whitechapel
Saturday, June 10 – Abbotsford, BC -Brother’s Billards | Facebook Event
Sunday, June 11 – Victoria, BC – Intrepid Theatre | Facebook Event
Monday, June 12 – Nanaimo, BC – The Cambie | Facebook Event
Tuesday, June 13 – Vancouver, BC – 333 | Facebook Event
Wednesday, June 17 – Edmonton, AB – Rendezvous Pub | Facebook Event
L-R – Jacob Teeple (bass), Kyle Hunter (guitar), Joseph McKee (vocals), Logan Vars (drums), Parker (guitar)
Photo-credit: Lucas Gould
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Edmonton’s own Protosequence offer a rush of groovy guitar parts met with story-filled lyrics and serene, landscape-sized instrumentals that roll like hills into a valley.
Protosequence is a reference to the original genome where all life began — much like the band, which existed in principle before they even had a presence. Each of the members were lying in wait to be activated and become the strain that is now Protosequence. Kyle Hunter (guitar) was constantly crafting near-complete songs that were ready to be realized. It did not take long for Kyle and Logan Vars (drums) to finally meet. It seemed as though there were two projects destined to combine into a singular effort to form the final line-up for the band: Logan (drums), Kyle (guitar), Parker (guitar), Joseph (vocals), and Ryan (ex-bassist). Members have a long history in the Edmonton music scene, playing in bands like Anubian and In The Midst Of A Murder since the early 2000s.
The band draws influence from acts like All Shall Perish, August Burns Red, and The Black Dahlia Murder. With a foothold on their influences, they root their music in technicality while layering emotional, yet gruff vocals weaved into every track.The band transitions seamlessly through djent riffs, grinding drums, and groove elements, making their sound versatile and ever-changing. Each live performance is crafted like an album played from front to back, with each song bearing a story and painting the room like a canvas — leaving the colours and experiences on each audience member.
The band is currently planning to release another EP as a follow up to their 2016 release ‘Schizophrene’ that will be announced early 2017.
Shared the stage with: Ne Obliviscaris, Protest The Hero, Black Crown Initiate, The Schoenberg Automaton, Archspire, Our Last Crusade, Death Toll Rising, Tylor Dory Trio, and The Noumenon
Festivals and tours: Metallion 2017, Breakdown For Break-fest 2015, The Greasy BC Tour 2017