When The Miracle of You met for the first time as a band in early January of 2006, we were inside a Dunkin Donuts in New Brunswick. Some of us drove four hours from Virginia earlier that night, while others were coming from different parts of New Jersey. This is where we met, but this is not where we began. The members in this band have been friends for a long time, having met through school or other musical endeavors, but are now together through faith and fate. God has been the driving force in our motivation and love for music. Currently we are writing new material, playing shows, and organizing a long extended tour for late winter. We’ve been blessed with the opportunity to meet an array of incredible people during our travels and we can only hope to continue this experience for the long haul. Thank you for listening to our music and supporting us.

“The Miracle of You is a well blended mixture of Rock, Metal, and Hardcore that inevitably comes together as a well thought out heart felt, catchy, and clever sounding style, that proves to be easy on the ears and intense all in one. With their debut, “Sound and Shape” on Hotfoot records, this New Jersey based band could easily make their way into your “usual” rotation with their original sounding singing/screaming transitions, and melodic guitar patterns. This band does a great job of making original sounding compositions, that give listeners a taste of their influences, but not quite enough to completely pin-point and exact name. This holds true for the majority of the album.” skyline press (Skylinepress.net)

Edited by CoreTaKnee on 12 Mar 2007, 18:58

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