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When it comes to bands whose hair is thinning on their heads and graying on their asses* and who have existed for exactly
...
Try Redemption is certainly in the top 20, if not the top 10, of all time.

In the year 2000, former high school collaborations Undecided and Kismet joined forces to create Try Redemption, then known as Nefarious and later Azimuth. It was quickly apparent that skill levels were prominent thusly:

1st) Performers
2nd) Song writers
3rd) Musicians

A designation that would shape the future career (lack thereof) of these Colorado natives.

To date, Try Redemption has self-financed and released 3 full length albums, each one exceeding expectations set by its predecessor. Throughout 2008 to 2014, considerable effort was put forth to write and prepare (financially) for their 4th album, which would see their return to world renowned studio Flatline Audio and justifiable engineering genius Dave Otero. Says guitarist Jon Daigle:
"Bands always say 'Oh this new album is by far the best thing we've ever done' - well we aren't shy to do things differently, so we'll go on record stating that this new album is by far the farthest thing from the worst thing we've ever done"
Needless to say, the band is as excited as ever to release the new album "Hollow Be Thy Name", as well as the video for "Flesh Pound", in 2015.

Who knows what the future holds for Try Redemption. Whatever the case, you can be sure they have the talent and aspirations to make it big in the metal world... 15 years ago.

*Except for Brian... but his time will come... the little whipper snapper...


  • John Peterson
    Guitar
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  • Jon Daigle
    Guitar
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  • Brian McDaniel
    Vocals
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  • Chris Walter
    Bass
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  • James Peterson
    Drums