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The Blank Theory


Alt-metal combo the Empty Theory was made up of vocalist/guitarist Nathan Leone, bassist Matthew Leone, guitarist Michael Foderaro, drummer James Knight, and keyboardist Shawn Currie. Developing in Chicago in 1999, the music group began to create a name for itself with several live gigs along with a self-released EP. Ultimately, the quintet installed using the revived Scratchie imprint, that was today distributed by way of a subsidiary of Warner. Scratchie released the full-length debut Beyond the Quiet from the Corridor in Sept 2002; it showcased the Empty Theory’s Stabbing Westward- and Tool-influenced audio and highlighted a rocked-up cover of Portishead’s “Sour Moments.” The record was made by Adam Iha, who also added guitar to some tracks.

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Full Name The Blank Theory
Music Songs Middle of Nowhere, Father’s Eyes, Back of My Mind, Mourning Life, Recluse, Fear of God, Anathema, Daylight’s New Life, Sour Times, Broken Glass, Get Up & Go, Thicker, Addicted, Invisible, Corporation, Killing Me, Martyr, The Disparate, Broken, Irony’s Invention, Johnson, Nevermind, Clean, Faded, A Matter of Time, Fascist, Vanish
Albums Beyond the Calm of the Corridor, Catalyst, Blinding Process, Demos

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