Kevin Matisyn

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Kevin Matisyn
Also known as Kevin Matisyn
Born (1979-09-19) September 19, 1979 (age 34)
Genres alternative rock
Instruments Vocals, Bass Guitar, Acoustic Guitar
Associated acts Evans Blue
Parabelle
32 Leaves/Codec

Kevin Matisyn, is the lead singer for the rock band Parabelle.[1] He was the original lead singer for Evans Blue.[2]

Biography[edit]

Kevin started listening to Metallica in his early teens and began his first band while at the age of sixteen.[3] In March 2005, he co-founded the band, Evans Blue, which spawned two albums, The Melody and the Energetic Nature of Volume and The Pursuit Begins When This Portrayal of Life Ends. There is also a bootleg Evans Blue collection entitled "The Stage is Set for the Revival of Anthem" that consists of a number of unreleased demos as well as an unofficial acoustic compilation entitled "The Unplugged Melody".

Due to unresolved issues, Kevin was voted out of Evans Blue and on July 28, 2008. He published a post on his MySpace page saying he is "Formerly of Evans Blue." This was confirmed by Evans Blue on their MySpace page.

In 2007, Matisyn formed the band, Parabelle. To date, the band has released five albums, "A Summit Borderline/A Drop Oceanic" (a double album), "Reassembling the Icons" and "Your Starry Eyes Will Never Make Us Even". Kevin and Parabelle have also released two acoustic compilations, "These Electric Pages Have Been Unplugged" and "Air".[4][5][6]

In 2013, Matisyn announced that his solo album Alice-Ofelia-Kira is set to be released sometime in 2013.[7] This album was released digitally January 7, 2014.[8] The album's physical release is set for February 11, 2014.[9]

On June 16, 2013, Kevin married long time girlfriend and artist Samantha Nicole Shannon in Indian Rocks Beach, FL.

Discography[edit]

Solo[edit]

  • Alice-Ofelia-Kira (2014)

Evans Blue[edit]

Parabelle[edit]

  • A Summit Borderline/A Drop Oceanic (2009)
  • Reassembling the Icons (2010)
  • These Electric Pages Have Been Unplugged (2011)
  • Your Starry Eyes Will Never Make Us Even (2012)
  • Air (2013)

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