Entering their milestone third year, Bound By Nothing has knocked off the freshman jitters, and settled into their role as one of the premier modern rock bands in the tri-state area.
Blazing through stages from the renowned Trocadero in Philadelphia to becoming a mainstay at the arenas at Six Flags Great Adventure, BxN has shown time and time again that audiences of all ages thirst for hard rock that is accessible. Having performed at most of the major clubs and venues in the area, the band has maintained their reputation for professionalism and has resisted the urges that are prevalent in "the scene".
In the age of an oversaturated market, Bound By Nothing is respected by their peers for hosting concerts at venues not typically frequented by independent rock artists. The effect is that they have in a short time formed a community of musicians that work together instead of "competing" against each other. It's this "Do It Yourself" attitude that allowed the band to produce the vast majority of their latest LP, "The Color Line", all while collaborating with Grammy nominated producer, David Ivory.
"Hold On", produced by Ivory, was recently voted the top spot in MTV2's Best Breakout Philly artist competition, solidifying the band's stature in the region. This popularity has garnerd the attention and sponsorship of both Spector Guitars and Ladner amplification.
2010 will see the release of "The Color Line" and the continuation of the spirit that Bound By Nothing was founded upon; Ad Astra Per Aspera ("Through great struggles.... the stars.")
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