|Origin||Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada|
|Labels||TVT Records (2003 - 2006)|
Closure is a former Canadian alternative rock band formed in 2002 in Vancouver and previously signed to TVT Records. The group disbanded in 2006 after being dropped from their label. Their lead singer, Brian Howes, has moved on to a successful and award winning producing career.
The band released their first album, a self-titled album, in 2003. The album was fueled by the single and music video "Look Out Below". "Look Out Below" was included in the 2003 film Darkness Falls courtesy of TVT Records.
The band is currently writing their new album and is awaiting word from their label. The band recently has started their own MySpace page where they have asked fans to e-mail and petition to TVT Records to contact the band so they can put together their follow up album. On the MySpace page, the band has stated they are ready to record their new album, and have already recorded a few tracks privately. Some of these tracks; "Safe for Now", "Mom Blames Manson", and "Way Past Sorry"; were posted for listening purposes on the MySpace page. Currently, they still have, available for listening, the unreleased "Safe for Now", but have pulled the other two unreleased tracks for undisclosed reasons. In March 2006, although not officially stated by the band, the MySpace page was altered to read that Closure no longer have a label.
|Studio album by Closure|
|Released||June 17, 2003|
- Closure (2003)
- "Look Out Below"
- "What it's All About"
- "Whatever Made You"
- "Lie to Me"
- "Live Again"
- "I Don't Mind (The Rain)"
- "You Are My Hatred"
- Brian Howes: Lead Vocals, Guitar
- Axel Gimenez: Guitar
- Brian Jennings: Bass, Backup Vocals
- Robin Diaz: Drums
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