NEUROSONIC: Hackensack Concert To Be Webcast

NEUROSONIC's November 20, 2007 performance at The School Of Rock in Hackensack, New Jersey will be webcast via beginning at 7:00 p.m. EST.

As previously reported, NEUROSONIC has posted the video for the song "So Many People" at this location. The clip was shot in Los Angeles in July with director Lex Halaby (KILLSWITCH ENGAGE, MUDVAYNE). According to the band, "The concept for the video was what we thought the video should portray... shitty girl gets shit on... so we immediately knew that Lex was the man."

NEUROSONIC was founded in Vancouver in February, 2006 by vocalist/guitarist Jason Darr, who was the former lead singer of Calgary's OUT OF YOUR MOUTH. In addition to Jason, NEUROSONIC also consists of guitarist Troy Healy, bassist Jacen Ekstrom and drummer Shane Smith. NEUROSONIC released its first album, "Drama Queen", on January 30, 2007 on the Bodog Music label, although the album was released in September 2006 in Canada.

NEUROSONIC recently took part in the Family Values tour alongside KORN, EVANESCENCE, HELLYEAH, TRIVIUM and others.

According to the NEUROSONIC biography on Bodog Music's site, NEUROSONIC is as "driven and unapologetic as its creator (Darr)." NEUROSONIC's musical style crosses many boundaries and while it is generally classified as alternative rock, it is also classified as hard rock, also containing elements of traditional rock and pop.

Watch fan-filmed video footage of NEUROSONIC performing the song "So Many people" live in Europe earlier this year:


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