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Basic info
Name ATSOC/A Thousand Shades of Cold
Formed On Summer of 2005
# of Members 5
Homepage www.myspace.com/athousanshadesofcold
Contact/Booking info
Name Jake Gissin
Phone 585-704-2470
E-mail atsoc.info@gmail.com

A alternative metal quintet utilizing heavy riffs and dark lyrics. A Thousand Shades of Cold is a focused and refined machine incorporating progressive, hardcore and technical metal elements while emphasizing powerful vocals.

Snake Harris - Vox
Dan Vanderostyn - Guitars
Randy McLeod - Guitars
McCue Greene - Bass
Juan Calixto - Drums

Tool, Alice in Chains, Glassjaw, Michael Jackson, 311, 36 Crazfists, Ill Nino, The Used, Mastodon, Incubus, Nonpoint, Sevendust, Taproot, Thursday too name a few.

ATSOC was formed in the summer of 2005. As a very young and inexperienced group, they set out to play there local venues to gain approval. December 2005 marked the time to record their first demo, including such tracks as "Undisputed" and "Something More". Soon after they returned to the studio to record their first full length album which was their self-titled debut. As the band toured in support of this release, they gained a mass of respect in the scenes and their notoriety quickly preceded their arrival to each new town. With their sound developing and becoming more refined and sophisticated, they released an Ep titled "DarkenTheDaylight" in October of 2009. Armed with a long repertoire of national acts they have played with, names they have worked with such as Armand Petri (Producer of Goo Goo Dolls, Manowar, Six Pence None The Richer and others), ATSOC has begun to push harder than they ever have before. Expect new releases to quickly follow their Ep "DarkenTheDaylight".
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