Artist info

Genre

Rock


band members

David McGuire John McGuire


Influences

Nirvana, radiohead, Jeff Buckley


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Bio

PRESS ‘Insane guitar work… a band to watch.’ - DB Magazine (Birds of Tokyo support) ‘Jeff Buckley-esque vocals’ - musicfeeds.com.au (Closure in Moscow’s Singularity Tour) 'F#@king mesmerizing’ – Plus One Magazine (Closure in Moscow’s Singularity Tour) ‘Dazzling fretwork’ - fasterlouder.com.au (live @ The Governor Hindmarsh) ‘After just two songs it was clear the band had the goods.’ – musicfeeds.com.au (Closure in Moscow’s Singularity Tour) ‘The ambitious sounds of Secrets In Scale were the ones still swirling around in my mind come the end of the night.’ – DB Magazine (Mere Theory Support) 2009 EP OF THE YEAR: ‘If this EP included enough tracks to be considered a full-length release, I would have easily named it the album of the year. That’s how amazingly good it is.’ – Chris Andrade, Off The Dial About the DMT Mix Tape: ‘Frantic guitar work layered with piercing vocals prove the breeding ground for something deeper and more thought provoking than the norm.’ – Desktop Magazine DESERT MOUTH – Debut Album (currently unreleased) ‘I heard their debut album the other day, and holy shit is it good.’ - bombshellzine.com (Interview with Manny of Closure in Moscow) UPDATE: DOWNLOAD OUR LATEST RELEASE (DMT MIX TAPE) FOR FREE ALSO. JUST GO TO OUR MYSPACE PAGE! (see 'Artist Website' above) BIO Secrets in Scale have a frantic rock sound that lies somewhere between Radiohead and The Fall of Troy; a fusion of disastrous control complete with intricate guitar work and a distinctive vocal intensity that will leave every listener intrigued. After being handpicked to support popular Australian acts Birds of Tokyo, The Getaway Plan, Something With Numbers, Mere Theory, and Dead Letter Circus, Secrets in Scale have progressively been making their mark with every show they play. Their dynamic live performance helped secure the main support slot on Closure in Moscow's national, 'Singularity Tour' in June 2010, propelling the band’s national profile to even greater heights; Plus One Magazine labeling the live show as ‘F#@king mesmerizing’. Hailing from Adelaide, the duo have since relocated to Melbourne after the successful release of their self titled EP in August 2009, sparking interest from around the globe with as many downloads coming from USA, Japan, and Europe than from their own backyard. Since then, the brothers have been back in the studio, this time working on their next release with US producer Kris Crummett (Closure in Moscow, Dance Gavin Dance). The precuser to the debut album is out now in the form of a sampler, dubbed the 'DMT Mix Tape', which features songs from the upcoming full length. The album’s official release date, as well as a major national tour, will be announced in the final months of 2010.