Tarbox Brings Back Grunge with New Release

A heavy and emotional meaning characterizes Tarbox’s new album, Saviors, out now. The post-grunge group, who hail from Montreal, have included “Vulnerable” as the album’s focus track. 

This song is an emotive, guitar heavy exploration of the need to feel a glimpse of reality that you can only get through pure adrenaline – even if you know it’ll cost your life.  After several years of working on different projects and touring across Canada, Tony, Simon, Deiz and Jack decided to form Tarbox. Through their post-grunge and alternative vibe, the band manages to give groove and a new flavour to these somewhat forgotten styles. With the help of Dave Traina from The Damn Truth, Tarbox produced and recorded their first album as a band at The FreqShop studio (The Franklin Electric, We Are Monroe, John Jacob Magystery), in Montreal. With a heavy and emotional meaning behind it, this new album offers a wide range of intensity and dynamics. Of course, the band can’t wait to get back on the road and play in front of their fans. Meanwhile, another record is already in the works.​

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