Closure (band)

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Closure
Origin Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Genres Alternative rock
Years active 2002–2006
Labels TVT Records (2003 - 2006)
Members Brian Howes
Brian Jennings
Axel G
Robin Diaz

Closure is a former Canadian alternative rock band.

History[edit]

Closure formed in 2002 in Vancouver[1] and previously signed to TVT Records. The band released their first album, a self-titled album, in 2003.[2] The album received mediocre reviews.[3][4] The album produced one single and music video "Look Out Below". "Look Out Below" was included in the 2003 film Darkness Falls courtesy of TVT Records.

The band started a MySpace page and recorded a few tracks privately. The group disbanded in 2006 after being dropped from their label; lead singer Brian Howes, moved on to become an award winning producer.[5]

Album[edit]

Closure
Closure Cover.jpg
Studio album by Closure
Released June 17, 2003
Genre Alternative rock
Label TVT Records
  • Closure (2003)
    1. "Look Out Below"
    2. "Afterglow"
    3. "Oxygen"
    4. "What it's All About"
    5. "Whatever Made You"
    6. "Crushed
    7. "Lie to Me"
    8. "Live Again"
    9. "I Don't Mind (The Rain)"
    10. "Fragile"
    11. "You Are My Hatred"

Members[edit]

  • Brian Howes - lead vocals, guitar
  • Axel Gimenez - guitar
  • Brian Jennings - bass, backup vocals
  • Robin Diaz - drums

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Closure: Inspired By Red Wine And AC/DC » Chart Attack | Indie and Alternative Music". Chart Attack. 2003-05-29. Retrieved 2013-11-03. 
  2. ^ Words & Music. Volume 13, Issue 4. Society of Composers, Authors, and Music Publishers of Canada. 2006. p. 8. 
  3. ^ "Closure | The Gauntlet". Thegauntlet.ca. 2003-07-31. Retrieved 2013-11-03.  Archived at the Wayback Machine.
  4. ^ "Closure Closure". AllMusic Review by Brian O'Neill
  5. ^ "Brian Howes won the Jack Richardson Producer of the Year award at the Juno Gala Dinner and Awards at the Ottawa Convention Centre on Saturday, March 31, 2012". Ottawacitizen.com. 2012-04-01. Retrieved 2013-11-03. 

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