Exes For Eyes
From: Toronto, Canada
Last Known Status: Active
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Below is our complete Exes For Eyes news coverage, including columns and articles pertaining to the band. Some articles listed may be indirectly related, such as side projects of the band members, etc.
Toronto, ON based metal outfit Exes For Eyes unleashed new album "Tongues Like Figure Eights" earlier this month with the challenge to fans and the metal community to help a fully independent band reach Platinum status with one million digital copies sold.
"The idea is to sell the concept of a new business model for independent bands as much as it is about selling the album," comments vocalist James Arsenian.
To get your digital copy of "Tongues Like Figure Eights" for $1, head over to the band's website here.
Featuring eleven assaulting tracks that include guest appearances by Bjorn Strid of Soilwork, Lisa Sinner of Out of The Ruins, and Dominic Cifarelli of Chronicles of Israfel\Scars On Broadway, "Tongues Like Figure Eights" was produced by EFE guitarist Dave Sheldon to follow 2011's debut album "The Amsler Grid." More...
It's that time of year: Asher Media Relations is proud to offer its latest holiday sampler "Happy Metal Annihilation Vol. 4" featuring 44 tracks of headbanging fury from bands the PR company have had the honor of working with in 2014.
"It's been a great year supporting metal and rock and we like to showcase this year's talent we've enjoyed working with. We like to thank all our media friends, partners and the fans for your continuous support in helping the unheard to be heard! Looking forward to 2015!" comments AMR founder / music publicist Jon Asher.
Exes For Eyes has released a new video for the song "Tongues Like Figure Eights," which is available below courtesy of Exclaim.ca.
"Tongues Like Figure Eights" is the debut single and title track off the upcoming Exes for Eyes album to be released later this summer. This will be the follow-up to 2011's "The Amsler Grid."
Like the previous music videos, this one was filmed and edited by the band. "We wanted to keep it simple for this video. Raw and energetic but also clean looking," comments vocalist James Arsenian. "Like all of our videos to date, we filmed and edited this ourselves. We're proud to be 100% diy because the results look pretty badass." More...
Exes For Eyes has issued the following announcement about Endast breaking down on the road and requiring financial assistance:
"Endast's van has broken down and requires a new transmission, leaving them stranded on the other side of the country in the middle of their Canadian tour.
"In light of this, Exes For Eyes will be forwarding all money acquired from the sales of locally (GTA/Durham) purchased T-Shirts and CD’s directly to Endast to get them back on the road as soon as possible to minimize the further cancellations of remaining shows. $10 Shirts, $5 CD’s
"I’ll be making deliveries today (Oct 30th) during the day and evening, as well as Saturday and Sunday afternoon. Go to here or this location to message me directly, or call me at 647 448 4580." More...
Canadian groove metal band Exes for Eyes posted a new music video for the song "Stop Thinking, Start Feeling." The song appears on the band's debut LP "The Amsler Grid," which was issued in April 2011 through Year of the Sun Records. The band features former Annihilator bassist Dave Sheldon, who plays guitar with Exes for Eyes and Endast vocalist James Arsenian.
Check out "Stop Thinking, Start Feeling" here:
Year of the Sun Records has announced the release of the official music video for "Feel Again" by the Toronto/Montreal collaborative project Exes for Eyes. The song "Feel Again" was the opening track from the band’s 2011 debut "The Amsler Grid." The video was filmed by Dave Sheldon and “Big” James Arsenian from the band along with Connor Sheaves and Liliana Carvalho. Check out the clip below.
"James and I have wanted to put together an Exes For Eyes video for a long time now," commented guitarist Dave Sheldon. "This was a completely beer-influenced DIY shoot with good friends in my old rehearsal room, so it provided an excellent vibe that I think really translated in the footage."
Vocalist “Big” James Arsenian concurs. "The song 'Feel Again' is a party tune so, when it came time to make the video, it made sense to just get a bunch of cases of beer, a tube and a funnel and bust out the cameras. We'll be hitting the road in March and rocking Ontario and Quebec so keep an eye out for us. Also, the first person to show up naked to an Exes For Eyes show gets a free T-shirt and I'm not joking." More...