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Colour In Conflict

Armed with an impressive catalogue of original material that ranges from upbeat pop-punk to driven grunge rock and intricate acoustic alternative, Colour in Conflict's sound is entirely unique. The group consists of drummer Kevin Cutting, vocalist Ben Grunewald, guitarist Robyn Slack, and a new addition, Troy Dumont on bass. While the current line-up was established locally in late 2009, the band has been writing and performing in several incarnations for over four years. The band's influences are diverse. The music of such groups as Fall Out Boy, the White Stripes, Anberlin, and the Red Hot Chili Peppers have all been instrumental to the formation of the band’s sound. Not ones to neglect the fundamentals of rock and roll, Colour in Conflict also draw enormous influence from some of the great classic artists: Led Zeppelin, the Beatles, The Who, Tom Petty, and many other founding fathers of rock. In July 2008, Colour in Conflict released their first album, a 5-song EP entitled Under the Affluence. Colour in Conflict were featured performers at Grizzfest 2008 in Tumbler Ridge, BC., and have performed at several Edmonton venues including The Starlite Room, Brixx Bar and Grill, The Pawn Shop, The Works Street Stage, The Urban Lounge, Remedy Cafe, Crown Pub, The Haven Social Club, Sneaky Pete’s Bar and Grill, and Grant MacEwan College. The band is now in the process of putting together songs for a second album. CONTACT INFORMATION: (780) 913-3242

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