Former CHIMAIRA, ERASE THE GREY Members Join Forces In SHENOAH

SHENOAH, the Cleveland-based band featuring former members of CHIMAIRA, ERASE THE GREY and RINGWORM, have made their entire EP, "Version 0.5", available for free download. Check it out here.

SHENOAH was founded in the spring of 2003 by former CHIMAIRA guitarist/co-founder Jason Hager. Named after Hager's step-daughter's middle name, which is Native-American for "white dove," SHENOAH "plan to make their mark and put a brand new scar on the face music as well as society itself," according to the group's official biography. "They have set their minds on creating something on their own terms without worrying if certain songs are too soft, too heavy or too electronic." "We are going to create music that naturally comes out of us, sounds that are an extension of us. When you hear SHENOAH, you're going to know that our music is real, sincere and 100% us," says Hager.

For more information, visit SHENOAH's official web site at this location.

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