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Monster Truck


Playing loud-and-proud hard rock that mixes strutting '70s-style arena sounds with a dash of grunge-era sneer, Monster Truck were formed in Hamilton, Ontario in 2009 by members of two of the area's most popular bands -- guitarist Jeremy Widerman and drummer Steve Kiely had played with the group The Reason, and keyboard man Brandon Bliss worked with Saint Alvia.

In 2013, the band dropped its first full-length album, Furiosity, which rose to number 13 on the Canadian album charts. As Monster Truck began growing into rock stardom at home, they won a Juno Award as the Breakthrough Group of 2013. After more touring in Canada, the United States, and Europe -- including a stop at the U.K.'s annual hard rock event the Download Festival and a run of dates opening for Alice In Chains -- Monster Truck entered the studio in 2015 to begin work on their second album.

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