Andy Ditchfield: "Greed was written specifically as the opening track for Half Way Home and it seemed fitting that we should play it to open our third ever live performance and the second night of Prog-Rock 2009. The song is a particular band favourite and we hope you enjoy the taster."
DeeExpus - this talented band from UK has so far released only one studio album entitled "Half Way Home" but with their superb performance at the first edition of Prog Rock Festival at the Wyspianski Theatre in Katowice, Poland, they proved that they do have much to say on the prog rock scene. DeeExpus's music constitutes a modern approach to the genre, more rock-oriented and catchy, yet formed with undeniable finesse and attention to sound and musical nuances. Currently, DeeExpus is writing and recording the follow up to their debut album. The band has also recently undergone a lineup change with the position of the drummer now being filled by the very talented Henry Rogers, also known from the band "Final Conflict".
British fans of DeeExpus have a chance to see the band live soon as they have just recently confirmed the following dates:
Sat 8th August Cambridge Rock Festival, Barton, Cambridge, South
Sat 26th September CRS - The Wesley Centre, Maltby, Rotherham
Sun 27th September CRS - Riga Music Bar, Westcliff-On-Sea, Essex
Sat 3rd October The Orange Box, Yeovil, Somerset
US fans have to wait till 2010 when DeeExpus play a show at ROSfest: Sun 2nd May, Glenside, PA, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
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