Minneapolis' Quietdrive has a proud and organic streak that continues to captivate. Some bands talk about work ethic. Quietdrive exhibits it. Since 2005, the band has made more than 900 appearances in front of every imaginable type of audience. "We tour like maniacs, and we have never slowed down. We are on our fourth van already", lead vocalist Kevin Truckenmiller notes, "We never had more than 3 consecutive days off while touring on our last record, and there were days where we did 4 performances, starting at radio at 7 am, and ending at 11 pm at a club show." That hard work paid off. In the toughest sales climate to ever face the record business, Quietdrive's debut release, When All That's Left Is You, sold 64,000 in the US alone and put Quietdrive at the forefront of emerging artists. The band sold another 400,000 digital singles as well.
Now the band is ready to launch the next artistic and commercial step forward, with its new record. Due in stores on October 14th, the band's sophomore effort, Deliverance (The Militia Group), continues to showcase their ability to deliver strong pop-rock gems one after another. With plans to dedicate another year to the road, and with its recent massive radio exposure to help raise awareness, Quietdrive starts its 9th national tour this fall. Let the new decathlon round of Quietdrive Olympics begin.