|Origin||Oshawa, Ontario, Canada|
|Past members||Jon Schwartz
Singer Matt Mason founded the band with his fraternal twin Willy Mason. The band went through a number of personnel changes, but it eventually settled into its current membership: Matt Mason, lead vocals; Jeff Peers, bassist; Clayton Churcher, drummer;and Willy Mason, guitarist. Their self-titled debut EP was released in late 2003.
The band's first full-length album, After Dark, was released in early 2006 to positive reviews. Andrew Steenberg of Exclaim! wrote that the album was "a lesson in how music should be played." They also released a split 12" with The Creeping Nobodies of Toronto and a 7" single in mid-2007.
Of their live shows, Now wrote, "Their droning hypnotism has been known to arouse urges to violence and maybe a house fire or two." Anagram played their final show at The Silver Dollar Room on April 13, 2012.
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