Merging the sweeping theatricality and melodic complexity of vintage prog having a monster steel guitar assault, Vermont’s the Urgency shoot for maximum amplitude in all respects of their appear and presentation. The music group grew round the nexus of Kevin Coffrin (bass) and Ian Molla (acoustic guitar), who’ve been playing collectively since they had been preteens. Both fulfilled drummer Guerin Blask in university in upstate NY, and eventually relocated to NEW YORK, where, after an exhaustive seek out the proper frontman, they found out cabaret vocalist Tyler Gurwicz, who brought the proper amount of specialized prowess and expressive showmanship. Proponents from the music group zero in on Gurwicz’s vocal advantages as the Urgency’s distinguishing quality. Guitarist Ryan Siegel was the last to become listed on, a refugee from Long Isle prog metal music group the Rivalry. Like many groupings in the 2000s, MySpace demonstrated fortuitous for the Urgency, being a “enthusiast” message to manufacturer David Bendeth (Vertical Horizon, All Period Low, Paramore) led to a working romantic relationship. Bendeth noticed the youthful band’s potential and started dealing with them on the debut record for Mercury/Isle/Def Jam. Vital response continues to be blended, but listeners flocked to find out them in the 2007 Warped Tour, where their burgeoning group of fans swelled to sustained numbers.