Quietdrive

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  • Info Quietdrive is an alternative rock band based in Hopkins, Minnesota that formed in 2002.
  • Soon after that they were both added as official members of Quietdrive on their official Facebook page.
  • Deliverance is the second full album from the American rock band Quietdrive.
  • Quietdrive is the self-titled album from the American rock band Quietdrive.
  • "Rise from the Ashes" is the first single of the band Quietdrive.
  • Droo still remains good friends with all the members of Quietdrive and frequents their shows in the Twin Cities.
  • Quietdrive initially built a following at The Garage youth center in Burnsville, Minnesota.
  • They worked with Kevin Truckenmiller of Quietdrive to help write a couple of songs on this EP.
  • They have played shows with artists such as Quietdrive, Paradise Fears, Sing It Loud, and many more.
  • His last appearance was at the beginning of Episode 7, as a brawl between himself and Banderas spilled onto the stage where Quietdrive had just finished performing.
  • As Quietdrive, the band recorded demo songs with Eric Trelstad.
  • Quietdrive with producers Kirkwold and Harley released a new single titled "Pretend" on their page in early 2007 for fans.
  • In the summer of 2010, bassist Droo Hastings also decided to leave Quietdrive while the band was touring in support of Close Your Eyes.
  • Quietdrive released their second full-length album Deliverance on October 14, 2008, and supported this album with an extensive tour with announced dates in the US, UK, and Japan.
  • Their third full-length album, titled Quietdrive, debuted on December 14, 2010 and recently released their latest full-length album, titled Up or Down, on April 24, 2012.
  • In early August 2004, Giberga contacted attorney Lewitt and offered a deal memo binding Quietdrive to Epic.
  • Bowling for Soup confirmed during the Get Happy Tour that they would be performing another tour of the UK in October 2007, called the Get Happy Tour 2, gracing the U.S. over the summer and featuring support acts Melee, Quietdrive, and Army of Freshmen.
  • All of the songs on the album were written by lead singer Kevin Truckenmiller and Quietdrive, with the exception of Track 9, which is the cover of "Time After Time" by Cyndi Lauper.