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Los Gatos, California, USA (1993 – present)

dredg is a band from Los Gatos, California, USA formed in 1993. Their first studio album, Leitmotif, was released by the Universal music label on September 11, 2001. Prior to that, it had been self-released by the members of the band. After the album hit music stores, Dredg acquired an almost immediate cult following thanks to Leitmotif’s unique sound and concept. There has also been a movie planned for release as a music video for the entire album, though the project has been scrapped due to the death of the lead actor. El Cielo, Dredg’s proper Interscope debut, arrived in autumn 2002, and Deftones producer Terry Date was at the helm for their 2005 effort Catch Without Arms. A video for the single “Bug Eyes” was released. In the spring of 2006, Dredg played on the Taste of Chaos tour. In November of 2006, Dredg released “Live at the Fillmore.”

Industry Demos is a collection of four songs from 2001 that Dredg recorded before they were signed to impress record labels. The four songs are “Of the Room”, “Redrawing the Island Map”, “Running Through Propellers”, and “The Papal Insignia.” Despite the fact that the band has not spoke out about these songs, and has not played them as of late (although “Propellers” has made an appearance on setlists prior to the release of CWOA), these songs remain very popular with fans. Of the Room was rerecorded and released on Dredg’s second album El Cielo.


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