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Formed in summer 2004 in Chicago, IL by Dan MacAdam, Bill Murphy, Rob Sullivan, and Dan Sullivan, ARRIVER boasts a formidable rock pedigree including the Butchershop Quartet, Nad Navillus, Magnolia Electric Company, and Viza Noir. ARRIVER plays to their strengths, seamlessly blending classic and modern strains of rock, metal, and prog into a vicious hybrid of ass-kickery. When a colleague of Robs showed him a strange paragraph of text mysteriously conjured overnight by voice recognition software, ARRIVER had their manifesto. By adding only line breaks and punctuation ARRIVER had The Verse of Halon Hong, Sighting the First, from which the mythology of Vanlandingham and Zone was born. ARRIVER honed their set and perfected their live show in Chicagos lowliest of bars and clubs, then descended upon Steve Albinis fabled Electrical Audio Studios to craft their masterpiece. With expert knob-jockey Greg Norman behind the board, the majesty and power of Vanlandingham and Zone was captured for posterity. Like the faraway lands in the epic Vanlandingham and Zone, ARRIVER is both familiar and foreign, modern and timeless. Currently working on new material, ARRIVER has also recruited a new drummer, the impeccibly organized and inscrutable Joe Kaplan. Joe is not scared of his double pedal, and punishes it accordingly.

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Dan MacAdam - Guitar, vocals
Dan Sullivan - Guitar, vocals

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