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Alborn Band Live Photo

MANAGEMENT   Tom Baumgardner

BOOKING  Sam McIntosh

Formed in 2016, Northern Illinois based alternative metal band Alborn consists of Justin Taylor [guitar/lead vocals], Alex Raser [Drums/vocals], Zame Lewis [bass] and Nate Guske [guitar/vocals]. Their sound has been compared to Deftones or a heavier version of Alice in Chains.  But, make no mistake, Alborn has created something unique, hard and melodic.

Alborn released their debut EP, “Impairative” in 2020.  Follow up singles “Full Circle”, “Cause to Create” and “Hindsight” took them through 2021 and had initial success including Spotify's “Rock Hard” playlist, SiriusXM Octane, Music Choice as well as terrestrial radio rotation.

The band went on to play every live show they could, having huge success in sharing stages with the likes of Shinedown, Sevendust, Buckcherry, Adelitas Way, Badflower, Gemini Syndrome, Plush and others.

Entering 2022, the band was invited to again join Sevendust and Plush on a run of New Year’s shows in the southeast.  "It was everything we could have hoped for. Sevendust's fanbase are true die-hards and they travel all over to see the shows, so to be welcomed in by them, especially in 7D's hometown, on NYE was surreal." – Justin Taylor.

To round out 2022, the band buckled down, did more writing and flew to Las Vegas to work with Chris Collier and James “Fluff” Harley.  This dynamic production duo was fresh off working with Korn on their ‘Requiem’ album.  There, Alborn recorded 3 songs, ‘Push’, ‘Learn to Live’ and ‘Even Numbers’.  These 3 songs are being packaged with a 4th song, ‘Ten Times’ (recorded with Morgan Rose and Jose Urquiza) to form the EP, “Push”, which the band will put out through Pavement Entertainment (Sony / The Orchard) on 2/24/23.

In March 2023, Alborn hit the road for 18 days providing direct support to Powerman 5000 while Alborn’s new single, “Push” started at radio.  The single has been a big hit, even charting on Billboard's Top 40 for Mainstream Rock.

Stay tuned to for all things Alborn.

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