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For fans of Foo Fighters, Cage The Elephant and Nirvana comes Aponia's brand new single Where Did All The Real Ones Go and the bonus song Music Welfare.

2 MP3 Songs in this album (7:15) !
Related styles: Rock: Adult Alternative Pop/Rock, Metal/Punk: Post-Grunge, Featuring Guitar

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Where Did All The Real Ones Go is the lead off single from Aponia's debut full-length album Life Is Worth Surviving. The album is set for a Winter 2011 release. This Collection includes the bonus song Music Welfare, also from the upcoming album.

Aponia, from Hollywood, CA is an alternative rock band inspired by the growing pains and emotional turbulence we all face. Fronted by Greg Moorman, Aponia tells "a story about being true to yourself." Touching on such topics as failed relationships and broken families - "Aponia is nothing short of a cathartic experience. Their intensely personal lyrics enable the listener to feel the emotions while releasing the toxicity of them to promote the healing sensation we all crave."

"My (Greg Moorman) goal is not to just tell my story, instead, to write about the pain, angst, love and hate I see in the world. And to, in some way, show that life is worth surviving. The fad of the world seems to be death, when now more than ever, people need to realize life is all we have."

In December of 2010, Aponia released the debut-EP Freedom From Pain. The album featured (Water) Tower, the first Aponia song, as well as fan favorites Abuse, Catatonic and Intentions. The album was called "something fresh for music. Something music needs." Greg's voice was compared to "Bert McCracken (The Used) and Kurt Cobain (Nirvana)." Freedom From Pain is available via iTunes, Amazon and more.

In the summer of 2010, Greg retreated to Jackson, MS to write his first full-length album, which was then titled Building Bridges and Painting Futures. The lyrical content focused on rebuilding and growing both himself as a human being and the world as a society. After many acoustic demos and full-band recording sessions, he decided it was time to move his project back to Hollywood. Somewhere between Mississippi and California the album took a turn from growing to surviving. In Abilene, TX the car was broken into and nearly $10,000 worth of gear and clothing were stolen; including the Fender Stratocaster Greg had played and recorded with since the age of 12. This was a major letdown for the Aponia project.

Once arriving in Hollywood things began to look up. After regaining equipment (via credit card) and a chance meeting with an old friend, Aponia went to work. Greg began laying out songs "of a new level" in a very quick pace; but it wasn't until he met Dusty Ray (The Drama Montage) that the album started to really make sense. "Having someone in the room that actually gets me (Greg) lyrically, emotionally and musically gave me the comfort and the extra ears and knowledge I needed to make this album sound and feel the way it deserves. Without Dusty it wouldn't be what it is and I'm forever grateful for that."

On August 23, 2011, Aponia released the song Music Welfare via GetFanged.com and BandCamp.com. "It was to give the Aponia family a look into what's coming. This album is incredibly bigger, sometimes louder, and emotionally stronger than anything they've ever heard from me." On September 5th, 2011, Aponia released their first official music video for Where Did All The Real Ones Go? via YouTube. The same day WDATROG? was released via iTunes, Amazon and most other digital music sites. The 2-song collection featured Where Did All The Real Ones Go? and Music Welfare. "These are 2 of my favorite songs from the record, Real Ones Go is brand new and Music Welfare is a few years old. Both are in your face and to the point, but I promise you, Life is Worth Surviving packs a solid punch and it has an important message that both kids and parents need to hear. Basically I'm telling myself and the world to wake the fuck up and realize life is too short to be alone and the world could be ours to own; we just have to want it. Listen and if you're human you will relate. If you're dead, by the end, you will want to be alive."

"I took my time because I did it myself. From acoustic demos to the full-out rock anthems the world will soon hear. I am putting not only my heart and soul but every sense of being that I am into every recording. I have lost a lot but gained more. I am proud, a bit nervous but very much impatiently waiting for âLife Is Worth Survivingâ to no longer be mine, but to be yours."

Aponia's debut full-length album "Life is Worth Surviving" will be released in late 2011.


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