MP3 Jealousy Curve - This Is For Your Own Destruction
Atmospheric, driving rock from this Philadelphia quartet.
7 MP3 Songs in this album (27:33) !
Related styles: ROCK: Modern Rock, ROCK: Experimental Rock
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Initially formed as an informal recording project by high school friends Steven LaFashia and Michael Leavy, the immediate local reaction to the two friends'' demos called for the formation of a proper band, with Shane Rozum and later David Sikorski joining on drums and bass. Building upon their growing following in 2004 with relentless local and regional shows, the band was simultaneously recording its work in its basement studio. January of 2005 saw the release of the band’s debut full-length album, Life as an Addict. Completely self-produced, recorded and mixed against all odds, LAAA’s 10 tracks are a testament to the band’s diehard, DIY attitude and is enjoying both domestic and international sales and exposure, in addition to regional FM attention, with great support from the band’s hometown stations WMMR 93.3, the sadly defunct Y100, 98 Rock in Baltimore and a growing number of regional college stations. Two of the album’s tracks, “The World is You” and “Appreciated”, were also licensed for use and included in the soundtrack to the direct to DVD Cruel Intentions 3 in May 2004 on Sony/Tristar, garnering legions of loyal fans who were instrumental in bolstering LAAA’s internet pre sale totals in the 3 months preceding its 1/25/05 release. To date the album has sold close to 3000 copies on word of mouth and live performances alone. The band''s fall 2005 single "Don''t Lie Down" was recently featured in an episode of Dane Cook''s HBO series Tourgasm, and was included in the series'' soundtrack, released in January ''07 exposing the band to a great number of new fans.
Jealousy Curve was fortunate to be named the winner of the 2005 Zippo Hot Tour Contest, which further exposed the band to new listeners and markets as the band toured in the fall/winter of 2005 supporting The All-American Rejects, The Academy Is... and Rooney. Maintaining a rigorous live performance schedule, Jealousy Curve is fortunate to receive constant invitations for performances at the region’s best venues, having built strong relationships with both talent buyers and other regional touring bands. The band''s internet following continues to grow exponentially. The band is writing new material and performing constantly, with the new this is for your own destruction ep released summer 2007.