For fans of After The Burial, Rings of Saturn, All Shall Perish, August Burns Red, and Born of Osiris
TOUR ALERT: PROTOSEQUENCE Announce “The Greasy BC Tour”
L-R – Jacob Teeple (bass), Kyle Hunter (guitar), Joseph McKee (vocals), Logan Vars (drums), Parker (guitar and vocals)
Photo-credit: Lucas Gould at Trivium Photography
Guitarist and vocalist Parker commented:
“This tour marks our return to beautiful British Columbia, and this time we come with friends! Our buddies in Plaguebringer are gonna be raging with us, so if we hit your town, come hang! Let’s get greasy, liquor and cheeseburger style.”
EP Stream – “Schizophrene” – https://protosequence.bandcamp.com/album/schizophrene
June 17 – Edmonton, AB – Rendezvous Pub
1. Pitiless 03:47
2. Guardian 03:18
3. Cannabis Daggers 05:02
4. Darkness Weeps 05:55
EPK – http://wp.me/pciNW-a9P
Protosequence is a reference to the original genome where all life began — much like the band, which existed in principle before they even had a presence. Each of the members were lying in wait to be activated and become the strain that is now Protosequence. Kyle Hunter (guitar) was constantly crafting near-complete songs that were ready to be realized. It did not take long for Kyle and Logan Vars (drums) to finally meet. It seemed as though there were two projects destined to combine into a singular effort to form the final line-up for the band: Logan (drums), Kyle (guitar), Parker (guitar), Joseph (vocals), and Ryan (ex-bassist). Members have a long history in the Edmonton music scene, playing in bands like Anubian and In The Midst Of A Murder since the early 2000s.
The band draws influence from acts like All Shall Perish, August Burns Red, and The Black Dahlia Murder. With a foothold on their influences, they root their music in technicality while layering emotional, yet gruff vocals weaved into every track.The band transitions seamlessly through djent riffs, grinding drums, and groove elements, making their sound versatile and ever-changing. Each live performance is crafted like an album played from front to back, with each song bearing a story and painting the room like a canvas — leaving the colours and experiences on each audience member.