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The Exies

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The Exies are a U.S. alternative rock band from Los Angeles, California. The band formed in 1997. Their name, “The Exies,” is short for “The Existentialists.” Their two Virgin Records releases, Inertia (2003) and Head for the Door (2004), have sold over 400,000 copies combined. On May 8th, 2007 The Exies released their fourth studio album titled “A Modern Way of Living with the Truth” with their single “Different Than You” already getting airplay. Their second (non-album) single is “God We Look Good (Going Down In Flames)”, their latest single is titled “These Are the Days”.

The band released their self-titled debut album in 2000 on Ultimatum Records. The album can be difficult to obtain, but can often be found on eBay. Many fans of the band have described this album as perhaps The Exies’ best work.

Afterwards the band signed to Virgin Records and in January 2003 they released their second album, Inertia. The album received wide distribution, and their first single, “My Goddess”, received a fair amount of radio play.

After touring for over a year in support of 2003’s Inertia, the Exies returned to Los Angeles and wasted no time beginning work on new material. But rather than take a more-of-the-same or stick-to-what-works approach, the band set out to carve a new sound, one with more impact and intensity. The next album had to be fueled by the live energy of their shows, showcasing the band’s presence on stage. On their latest release, Head For The Door, the Exies deliver.

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