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Stream ANOXIA's new album -- [Relinquish the Quiet]

Stream ANOXIA's new album -- [Relinquish the Quiet]

In a world where music often feels overproduced and lacking genuine emotion, ANOXIA emerges as a breath of fresh air, captivating listeners with their unfiltered sound and raw intensity. Their latest album, "Relinquish the Quiet," is a fearless exploration of the depths of human experience. Bursting with energy, passion, and unapologetic authenticity, ANOXIA's music sets a new standard for rock and metal enthusiasts worldwide.

The lyrics are introspective, tackling themes of personal struggles, emotional turmoil, and societal issues. ANOXIA's vocalist delivers each line with raw emotion and conviction, creating a genuine connection with the audience. ANOXIA also showcases impressive musicianship throughout the album. The band's ability to seamlessly transition between heavy, aggressive sections and more melodic passages highlights their versatility and musical prowess. Prepare to be swept away by the unrelenting power of "Relinquish the Quiet" as ANOXIA continues to make waves in the music world.


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Dirtbag Endorsed Artists VEER win BEST ROCK ARTIST at the Maryland Music Awards

Dirtbag Endorsed Artists VEER win BEST ROCK ARTIST at the Maryland Music Awards

On Saturday December 15, 2018, The Maryland Music Awards hosted their 3rd Annual ceremony at Rams Head Live! in Baltimore, where Annapolis band VEER received the award for “Best Rock Artist,” then closed the show with a performance of their hit single “Come Clean.” The band was also nominated for “Best Breakout Artist,” making them one of the few acts to be nominated for multiple awards in a single year. This prestigious award show has featured some of Maryland’s largest acts including national recording artists KIX, Kelly Bell Band, Silvertung, and many more. We got to talk with VEER about their big win:

Have you ever received this award or any other award before and if so, when and how?
We have not received this award before, last year it was won by the band KIX. The only other award we have received was voted best indie band in Australia in 2018 voted by fans.
What did it feel like and did anybody in the band do anything random or weird during the ceremony?
We were very excited when we found out that we had won. There were a lot of big bands nominated for this awards so we were shocked when they called our name. Nothing really crazy happened because we were getting ready to perform and close the show out. Usually something crazy would happen if we had been drinking or something, especially from me or Ron. We were being good! lol, especially since it will air on FOX 45 sometime soon.
Where will the plaque be showcased?
The record will showcased at VEER HQ along with a bunch of other memorabilia that the band has acquired over our career.
What can we expect to see in 2019?
2019 will be a great year for the band- we have a lot of stuff planned and we are really excited to shoot our first "real" music video for our single "Power Drive." We are also direct support for TRAPT in March which will be our first show of 2019. We also have some other great shows coming up that we can't announce yet. As always, we will be writing new material and coming up with some new ideas to release to the masses!
VEER, who formed in 2016, have quickly risen to the top of the mid-Atlantic music scene while also enjoying international success. Prior to the release of their debut album, Apocalyptic, Baby, the band had songs chart both domestically and abroad, with hits “Come Clean,” “Make You,” and “Power Drive” reaching #1 on the Australian indie rock charts, and where fans subsequently voted VEER as the #1 best indie rock band internationally. Apocalyptic, Baby was released December 1, and immediately broke the Amazon Top 100 rock albums (#55). That evening, VEER played a sold-out performance in support of the album’s release at the Metropolitan , in their hometown of Annapolis, Maryland. Veer have also become the go-to opening band for national recording acts coming through Maryland, having shared the stage at sold-out shows with Puddle of Mudd, Fuel, Sponge, Eve to Adam, and many more. The Maryland Music Awards was sponsored by the Sheeld Institute for the Recording Arts to benefit the Nicole Van Horn Foundation. VEER is: Ronald Mal - Lead Vocals / Guitar Ryan Fowler - Lead Guitar Christian Mathis - Bass Guitar Jon Mal - Drums


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