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Hatzic was a one shot jam band formed in summer August 1st 2009 Vancouver, British Columbia by Industrial Pit front man Bryton Cherrier and amateur drummer Jared Rittington. The group was formed in early August 2009 during a open drop-in jam session at the Open Studios club in downtown Vancouver. On that afternoon of August 1st, Bryton decided to join and played with Jared (who was the only one on the stage along with Bryton). Started to jam, and started to gain some attention from the crowd. After the first Jam song they were applauded and Bryton started to see potential in starting a side project to Industrial Pit. Jared saw no issue in starting a band with Bryton, but a age difference saw the oddity of the band due to Jared being 21 and Bryton just turning 13 a week ago. Ether way, the band decided to call themselves Hatzic because Bryton said "I was currently living there during my pre-teen years and it sounded like a name nobody had used it before". So they booked a show for next week on August 8th and 15th at the Open Studios and Bryton made home made DIY-styled flyers and pasted them outside of the club to promote the concert.
The August 8th concert was successful and summed a large audience, They played two songs that were 10 minutes per piece. Bryton admits that he can't remember the names but recalls "I think it was on the lines of The Stomp" and "Three Weeks", I could be wrong but these are just from my memory." While the show was successful, bad news struck that Jared had to return to the United States due to him being a exchange student. So the band played it's last show on August 15th, and once again spawned a large audience. After Jared left to go back home in the U.S. Bryton decided to go back to working on Industrial Pit and never heard from Jared ever again.
But it wasn't until early April that Bryton received a message from someone saying that he/she had recording and asked if he wanted them. He saw no issue with them, but then he saw a potential to release a mini-live album on his own label. Creative Commons Records. Bryton mixed the album in about 6-9 hours and decided to call it "No Warning", taken from the name of a instrumental by King Crimson. Bryton has also spoken out about probably reuniting Hatzic but admits that he has "never gotten contact from him since the last show they played together" and called him "irreplaceable." but is open to make a side-project/band from Industrial Pit.
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