Sectorseven (band)

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SectorSeven
Origin Grimsby, Ontario, Canada
Genres Punk
Years active 1992–present
Labels Raw Energy Records, Sonic Unyon, Bright Side Records
Website http://www.sectorvii.com
Members Jon Gauthier
Lee Williamson
Mike Burke
Brad Parent

SectorSeven is a Canadian punk band that formed in Grimsby, Ontario in 1992. In 2000, guitarist Ryan Allan left the band, making the band a four piece.[1] The band released their self-titled album in 2002.[2][3] SectorSeven was nominated for a Much Music Video Award in 2000.[4] SectorSeven's most recent full-length release is known as Along the Way. The album has been receiving considerable airplay on college radio and has even been profiled on Edge 102's Indie Hour with Dave Bookman. Former Much Music VJ, Rachel Perry called it "some of the best Canadian punk I've heard since Propagandhi." SectorSeven frequently plays shows with action sports themes. They have played many events such as Wakestock, Canada's largest wakeboard contest, Skatespace, the Canadian Cup of skateboarding, and Fox Clothing's annual motocross party. Their music can also be found on motocross, skateboard and wakeboard videos.

SectorSeven went through a period of inactivity starting around 2003 due to other non band commitments. Although it was rumored that they had broken up, that was never in fact the case. They continue to write songs and play live shows when inclined to.

As of November 2009, they entered Beach Road Studios with Producer / Engineer Siegfried Meier to record a full length album, on Bright Side Records. It was released in April 2010.

Members[edit]

Lee Williamson - Guitar
Mike Burke - Drums
Jon Gauthier - Vocals, Guitar
Brad Parent - Bass

Former Members:

Brad Parent - Bass
Steve Kramer - Drums
Ryan Scott Gibbs - Bass
Ryan Allan - Guitar

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