sexta-feira, 7 de abril de 2017
BOLUS Neo-Prog • Canada
Bolus biography (http://www.progarchives.com/artist.asp?id=6710)
Canadian act BOLUS was formed by students Nick Karch (guitars, keyboards, lead vocals) and Mat Keselman (drums and percussion, backing vocals) in 2002, and with the subsequent addition of Richard Frankel (bass, bass pedals) to their ranks the trio soon became a true to life band project. Annual participations of Battle Of The Bands contensts would follow, and in 2004 the trio hit the recording studio. These sessions eventually lead to the release of their debut album Watch Your Step in 2005.
While continuing honing their craft, a few line-up alterations were in store for this young band as Frankel decided to leave. Karch and Keselman opted to continue their project however, and opted to record and release the second full length production to be issued using the Bolus moniker themselves. This process was finalized with the release of Delayed Reaction towards the end of 2010.
2011 have seen Bolus stabilize as a band unit again, with the addition of Daniel Avner (bass) and Kyle Grounds (keyboards) to their ranks. The latest news from them is that they are in the process of re-recording their 2005 debut album.