Pitch Union was formed from the ashes of some of
Windsor's finest groups. This 4-piece band from Windsor Ontario collectively
has had quite a career playing small to large venues locally and out
of town. Pitch Union could be classified as a Heavy Alternative Rock band with influences
spanning from Tool to Cluch to Faith No More and the list goes on. Pitch
Union has collectively played with some of Canada's best artists including
Sloan, Bif Naked, Rusty, and Big Sugar; also international artists such
as Broadzilla and Queens Of The Stone Age.
Pitch Union's debut CD, Mohawk Clock Machine, released in the fall of
2005, is in its third pressing and is available here.
Pitch Union's live show stops nothing short of amazing. Thunderous drums,
driving guitars, and vocals that will be sometimes sweet but given the
opportunity they are of tsunami-like proportions.
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Paul Taylor had the honour of being selected as a jury member for
a metal FACTOR application panel in Windsor on 4 Jun 08.
Windsor Social Magazine says "A Pitch Union show is a metal fan's dream.
From beginning to end, the band manages to keep the crowd entertained
with their loud, pounding bass lines and powerful vocals. They get those
in attendance involved by making jokes with the crowd and taking any
opportunity with them on a more intimate level." You can check them
out on page 43 here.
Metal Core Fan Zine says Pitch Union's "vocals are sung in an
emotional way and the music is heavy. Sort of Pink Floyd meeting metal...The
music is kind of trippy, but has a nice smooth edge to it as well. The
vocals are sort of alternative, but fit the music. This was different
and not your normal stuff, which is a plus for them. The musicianship
is good too. The more I played this, the more I appreciated it."
You can find the review here.
AlbertaMetal.net says "Pitch Union command respect and attention. They have obviously paid their dues and worked the trenches over the years to bring them to this point. I can only see one direction for this band in the future and that is straight up."