Members: Joe Ward (guitar), Stu Steele (guitar), Chris Steele (drums), James Steele (bass), Ryan Redman (lead
Having already made a name for themselves across the UK with their self released debut mini album, the Andy Sneap produced 'This World They'll Drown' back in 2006, Exit Ten return to the fray with their incredible debut full length album 'Remember the Day', out on Deep Burn/Pinnacle Records June 16th 2008. Joining the ever growing list of new, genuinely exciting, forward thinking, ambitious and heavy UK acts like Shels*, The Ghost of a Thousand, Devil Sold His Soul, Rolo Tomassi, Gallows, Enter Shikari and In Case of Fire, EXIT TEN are now poised to take the step up from the underground and confirm themselves as a musical force to be reckoned with.
'Remember the Day' is an immense record, a bold, daring and ambitious debut album filled with crunching riffs, pounding rhythms and soaring vocal melodies. Lead single and bruising first track 'Technically Alive' builds slowly from a single guitar arpeggio into a barrage of progressive time changes, unflinching rhythmic aggression and front man Ryan Redman's angelic/demonic harmonies. The track will be available as a download from all online portals (i-Tunes, E-Music etc) from May 4th and will be succeeded by a second single, the full on call to arms'Warriors', with the proclamation 'We are the Warriors and the breakers of hearts....I'll be showing what we are capable of, do you know what you are capable of?'.
After being heralded In the press as one of the best unsigned UK acts, and following many label discussions and meetings, the band decided to maintain creative and musical control over their album and musical direction and signed their 'Deep Burn' imprint with Pinnacle Records, a new arm of the UK's No. 1 independent distribution company. As Head of Label Management Stuart Meikle puts it; 'Pinnacle Records are honoured to secure the signing of Exit Ten; a fantastic talent and a band with such huge potential that we just had to be a part of it'.