10 Good Reasons Move
Throughout it's relatively short history, Viscera's Recital has been able to steadily build a loyal local following, as well as garnering interest and support in major satellite cities such as Montreal and Toronto. Playing alongside known acts such as The Appleseed Cast, Moneen, Park, The Full Blast, and Planes Mistaken for Stars has allowed the band to carve a niche and initiate visibility within their musical genre. Viscera's Recital's first demo song entitled Me: Reporting Missing has been very well received within the industry. In particular, the song long held the no.19 position on the Garageband.com Rock genre, which is compromised of over 1,139 artists worldwide. Moreover, the demo song won the band a spot on the 2004 Vans Warped Tour - it was chosen by a panel of industry professionals in a pool of thousands of other acts belonging to the same genre. In addition, the song has attracted solicitations from several reputable industry A&R and representatives. Ultimately, listeners in the rock, alternative rock, punk rock, and hard rock scenes have excellently received the band's sample material. Following on the success of their sample song, Viscera's Recital began writing their debut full-length album in early 2004. The debut release entitled '10 Good Reasons to Move' encapsulates the fruits of the quintet's passion and creativity in ten explosive tracks. The album was recorded and produced by Andy Zeitz at Pebble Studios in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada (08/2004 to 12/2004). Subsequently, it was mastered by Nick Blagona (The Tea Party, The Police, Cat Stevens) at Metal Works Studios in Toronto, Ontario, Canada (01/2005). The record displays exceptional song writing and innovative musicianship as it weaves through ten fresh-sounding alternative rock songs. It embodies a sound that they can call their own.