Vancouver, Canada-based hard rock quartet the Veer Union came on the national scene in 2009, when their track ‘Seasons’ shot to the upper echelon of the active rock chart. Now, the lads are wrapping up their latest touring cycle in support of 2012’s 'Divide the Blackened Sky' with a gig at Dirt Fest, a music gathering slated for Aug. 11 in Birch Run, Mich., that also features Clutch, In This Moment and more.
The Veer Union
Vancouver, British Columbia-based hard rock quartet the Veer Union first grabbed the attention of the rock community with their 2009 radio hit, 'Seasons.' Now, the gentlemen are back with a new album, 'Divide the Blackened Sky,' and the disc is jam-packed with fast, hard riffing and lead singer Crispin Earl’s always-soulful vocals.
Veer Union Singer on New Album, Touring + More
In over eight years of heavy-duty rocking, the Veer Union have mastered the technique of creating songs that are brutally extreme yet strikingly melodic. Along those lines, the band’s fourth album, ‘Divide the Blackened Sky,’ is jam-packed with a blend of teeth-grating rhythms and commercial melodies that are heavy enough to appeal to the hard rock fan while rarely too vicious or overindulgent.
Canadian rockers the Veer Union are prepping to release their sophomore album, 'Divide the Blackened Sky,' out March 26 via Rocket Science Ventures. The band is jump-starting the release of their new collection with a power-packed lead single, 'Bitter End,' which is already at active rock radio’s doorstep.