Album - TENTH PLANET – EVERYTHING IS NEVER OVER

- Tony Iommi Planet Rock Search Finalists release first full length album -

Toronto, Canada’s Tenth Planet create globally accessible music that is hard, heavy, and melodic. Karla Ash of England’s “Alternative Rock Review” recently categorized the band by stating “Tenth Planet revolves around the same black hole sun that Alice in Chains did but with the anthemic punch of U2 at their most rocking.”

The band took root at the beginning of the millennium and in June of 2003, they released their first album, “Retro Has No Future”. The song "We are the Cause of Everything" was winner of Umbrella Music's "Next Level" contest. In May 2004 the band was selected as a finalist (recent finalists include The Trews and Finger Eleven) for 97.7 HTZ FM's Rocksearch 2004. They also found a new producer in The Tea Party’s Jeff Martin, who would produce the band’s next album, the critically acclaimed “The Prophet Curse”, which was released in mid 2005.

In September 2006, while supporting “The Prophet Curse”, the band went on their first tour of Europe. It was a huge success, playing dates in Holland, Germany, Belgium and England. The highlight was playing for 12 000 at the Breda Barst Festival, in Breda Holland. The band had no record deal and label support in Europe, yet were able to make the tour successful due to overwhelming demand via international online cd sales and digital downloads such as itunes. On the heels of their first European tour, in January 2007 the band was hand selected by Black Sabbath guitarist and founding member Tony Iommi as a finalist for his International Planet Rock Search, the only North American band to be selected.

In September 2007, Tenth Planet returned for their second tour of Europe. This time, it was a special treat as the band did full on acoustic performances of their album “The Prophet Curse”, plus tracks off their forthcoming CD, playing shows on a bill with Jeff Martin. In January 2008 the song “Do You Remain?”, a track from “The Prophet Curse”, was announced as a semi-finalist for the prestigious International Songwriting Competition. Judges included Nelly Furtado, Tom Waits and Robert Smith of The Cure.

The recording of the new full length album, entitled “Everything Is Never Over”, was an international affair, recorded during sessions in both Toronto (Orange Lounge Studios and The Pocket Studios) and West Cork, Ireland (Kingdom Recording Studio). Jeff Martin once again takes on production duties, as well as co-writing the song “Line In The Sand”. Also getting production credits on the album is multi-platinum selling guitarist, and founding member of Our Lady Peace, Mike Turner.

In December 2008 the band was winner of Alternative Addiction’s “Next Level” Contest and their album was named “Record of the Year” by Rudi Claeys of Rock Tribune magazine, Holland’s biggest selling Hard Rock magazine. In the same month, the band played two sellout shows in their hometown of Toronto, plus signing on with Sol Music International to handle all management and bookings outside of North America. In February 2009, a song from “Everything Is Never Over”, entitled “Man In Full”, was announced as a finalist for the International Songwriting Compeition. In April/May 2009 “See Yourself”, the lead off track from their new album, was the #1 song in the International Indie charts (All Genres and Rock) for 6 weeks(!), finally taken out of the top spot by Sheryl Crow’s cover of GNR’s “Sweet Child O’ Mine”! (Charts courtesy of IAC Music International)

Dedication to the band is at an all time high, with fan sites now being run in the U.S.A., Australia, and Canada. Reviews for Tenth Planet’s new album have come pouring in, with it being called “an exciting, brooding, dramatic and heavy piece of work!” (Rudi Claeys, Rock Tribune), “a genuine recommendation for anyone who loves their rock music with a lot of power, but also with emotional depth” (Marc Langel – Hooked On Music), “a great album” (Geschrieben Von Thorsten Dieterle – FFM Rock), “a timeless rock album.... catchy, perfect, hard rocking music with excellent hooks, played from the heart.” (Tom Darken – Darkenstorm.com), “simply put, a marvellous, marvellous album” (Urban "Wally" Wallstrom – Rock United), “a miraculous record” (Jens Groh - Rock Times), “A sound that will appeal to a rock audience, people into alternative music or metalheads” (Nico Hell – Spawn Magazine), “timeless hard rock songs” (Christoph Luecker - Obliveon Magazine), “from start to finish very professional...with hit songs, and the ballads are touching” (Boris Kaiser – Rock Hard), “simply mind blowing!” (Troy Kramm – Melodic.net), “a genuine recommendation for anyone who loves their rock music with a lot of power, but also with emotional depth....a masterpiece”. (Marc Langel – Hooked On Music - Germany)

Line-Up

Martin Ouellette - Vocals
Brian Paul - Guitar
Johnny Pegg - Bass
Mauro Scatozza - Drums

WORLDWIDE MANAGEMENT:
Sol Music Management Inc. Canada
Tiziana Hurd CEO
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Chandra Moon

5/18/2011 11:29:14 AM
Congratulations on being artist of the week! I hadn't heard of you before but you really rock!



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5/17/2011 1:48:04 PM
Artist of the week here at IACmusic...Congrats!
Love your sound
Wishing you continued inspiration
Rock on,my friends
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July 18, 2009 - Review - Prognaut.com

“The music of Tenth Planet is best described as melodic alternative rock. All vain attempts at pigeon-holing aside, this Toronto-based band's individual influences are vastly diverse and combine in way that must be heard to be fathomed. Free of the shackles of genre though joyously bound to the strictures of classic song-writing, Tenth Planet creates globally accessible music bursting with intensity, passion and unique sound in a tradition set forth by such classification-defying bands as U2, Alice in Chains and Radiohead. Setting Tenth Planet apart from even these powerhouse acts is their fully consistent delivery of sweetly violent and technically thrilling guitar rock fused with fierce melodies and universal stories of aching ferocity.”

2. Why did they make this album? What was the passion or message that forced them to produce what they have? Or, simply what was their motivation for the themes they chose for this album?

This is their third album and this time they wanted to gain the full production support of one of Toronto’s most successful artists, Jeff Martin, the leader and founder of Canada’s Tea Party. Jeff helped with their last album The Prophet Curse. But this time he takes full production credit and helped write and perform some of the songs on the album. As a Tea Party fan, Jeff’s involvement with this project generated my interest in this project.

3. What message are they delivering through their lyrics and music?

See Yourself – Powerful grinding guitar and pounding drums open the first single from the album. Literally a reason to buy the whole album right here in one song, but there is more to enjoy. This is just incredible. Powerful lyrics from Ouellette, sung with passion and emotion. “When you decide to sleep there’s no waking you.” “They see right through you.” “Don’t you know yourself?” “Can we find another way to see yourself?” This one sounds like LZ’s Kashmir pumped up a few notches in volume and intensity. Unfortunately it’s over in a short 2:56.

Lose Your Mind – The pounding and driving guitars and drums have just begun! “To clear your head.” “You know you got to lose your mind!” Yeah it definitely has that effect. The scream in the middle is just awesome! This song may actually be better than the first! Such power and intensity that I haven’t heard since….Tea Party or maybe Pull Me Under from Dream Theater. Another fantastic track on an album full of gems.

Dissolution Meditation – Wow, after the first two power rippers, you need a slow opening. So let the lead vocalist take over. Perfect effect. The lyrics and the way Ouellette delivers them are so powerful, reminding me of the greatness of Jeff Martin’s Tea Party debut, however with much more power behind him. Sounds a little like Tea Party’s The River. “And we pass like nature and we fall like nature, forward backward, always...” “At the heart of time, everything’s eternal and everything is nothing.” This guy can yell, but with feeling and emotion instead of irritation.

Man in Full – Another slow beginning with bass and piano. But then drums and vocals take over. The ballad on the first section of the album. “And if you see a woman and you love her as your equal.” “She will make you whole.” “Join with her and save yourself.” Powerful lyrics combined with beautiful melodic music. “If you see that world, as a place that is to be feared, you’ll diminish and you’ll be lost in the midst of time.”

Even If You Are Still Alive – Lone guitar starts this one until the blitz of full guitars and drums take over. Such a cool effect. Ouellette delivers a powerful verse, “I think I wish I’d made some better choices but I can’t unlock the past.” How Ouellette retains melody while delivering these lyrics by nearly yelling is incredible. Beautiful piano ends this one.

Carbery – This one starts out with lone guitar and a riff that so reminds me of the beginning of Silent Lucidity from Queensryche. Keyboards come in to create a beautiful dreamscape similar to some of the songs on Tea Party’s first album. Only it is over too quickly. Just 1:21, but I could have listened to this for hours.

Little Nation – Another power track and one of my favorite songs on the album. “You crossed boarders skipping town.” “I wish you were kinder to your heart.” The delivery of these and other lines in this song are just so cool. “I wish you wouldn’t play this part.” The guitar and drum power in this and all of the songs on this album help make it one of my favorites of 2008.

Weighed Down – Lead vocals delivered without yelling surprises you and provides the variety, while displaying the versatility and the pop side of the band.

Into Empire – Guitar riff starts this off. “Last straws don’t bend they just break you.” More power back with solid guitar and drums, but this one falls short of the rest of the album. Maybe one song too many. I like full albums, but this one could have been left off as an extra track for diehard fans. They already have allot of fantastic songs on this album. Some of the guitar riffs and licks are good, but it just doesn’t hold up to the power of the rest of the album.

Drafty – Good soft guitar to start off the second ballad of the album. Again a great display of the band’s ability and versatility. A song written for family. “Yeah it’s all right….’ “Cause I know what’s important.” “Not these nations not these lines.” “Only us.” Wonderful song about comforting and overcoming fears.

Line in the Sand – Co-written by Jeff Martin, this is another one of the strongest songs on the album. Starts off with an awesome acoustic guitar. The riff sounds familiar but the lyrics add their own originality. “So what did you do when they sold you a truth and they took you by the hand?” Despite the quite delivery it is one of the most powerful songs on the album. Tracing the steps to war. The child with a toy gun concealing it from his mother and then growing up to face the decision to fight for a line in the sand. Certainly a reaction to the Iraq War. “Will you lie for; will you die for a line in the sand?” “When all lines fade.” The lyrics are just incredible. One of the best anti – war songs I have heard in a while.

Balcony – That beautiful Hammond organ that so many bands have been bringing back lately. Just adds such a perfect quieting effect to a very difficult love gone badly song. “I’m tired of your balcony.” “You have disappeared behind unfocussed light.” “I am left out here alone wanting to join the stars.” The power and emotion behind the delivery electrifies this final closing song.

Ah, but there is more. Beautiful slow piano at the ends welcomes an almost Tears for Fears piano piece. Just love this interlude with no name. Hope they start the next album off with this. It’s wonderful.

4. Does this music improve, change, or add to the genre? What does the listener receive from listening to the music?

One of the best albums of 2008 for me, only I didn’t find out about it until 2009. In hindsight, having listened to some of the latest heavy prog albums to come out this year, this one adds more innovation and variety than anything I have heard so far. The songs truly are different than anything else that is out, while at the same time providing reminders to the best of the genre.

This listener has found a new band to follow and appreciate. I can’t wait to see what they do next. I hope they keep working with Jeff Martin, because he helped produce an excellent album.

More than discover new ground, this brings back to Canada, a Tea Party level band that has the power and ability to fill the void left by their departure.

5. Does it have longevity? Is it something a fan will like to play again and again?

Absolutely. Three months after finding it I am still listening to it at least three times a week. It satisfies the search for a Tea Party replacement and provides enough variety and power to more than fill the need for heavy prog rock.

Rating: 9/10 – Must leave room for improvement, but this group has produced a diamond and is now definitely on my radar!

Prognaut.com - Review by The Prof - July 2009


EVERYTHING IS NEVER OVER - Review - Rudi Claeys - Rock Tribune Magazine (2009)

It’s quite clear that there must be something wrong with the record industry , especially the A&R people seem to have trouble with their ears. How could you otherwise explain ‘Everything Is Never Over’ by Canadian act Tenth Planet has to be released by the band itself? The full length debut of this quartet is extremely professional in many ways. For a start there’s the rich and at the same time transparent sound, courtesy of producers Jeff Martin (ex-The Tea Party) and Mike Turner (ex-Our Lady Peace). On a technical level, everything is done perfect, there’s the powerful drive of the rhythm section which keeps everything simple because of the song material and gives way to the two main men of Tenth Planet, vocalist Martin Ouellette and guitar player Brian Paul. The vocals of Ouellette are phenomenal and a real discovery. The singer is blessed with a melodic, aggressive voice with quite some range. At times in a whispering voice, at other moments in a commanding style, his powerful way of singing adds to every song. The same goes for Paul’s contribution whose style is inherited by the master of the down tuned riff, Tony Iommi, but there’s a very melodic edge as well which is quite ethereal. And after all these positive elements we didn’t even mention the songs, because this is where Tenth Planet really starts to shine. Every composition is trimmed from the fat, there are no technical excesses, every song is simply to the point. There’s a well balanced mix of heavy, yet melodic material and more introspective stuff, but then with an interesting twist. You can’t say that Tenth Planet’s music is original, but the bands where they base their music upon are hard acts to follow: The Tea Party, classic Queensrÿche and Alice In Chains. But wait for it, there are some other bonuses on this album. There’s a set of thoughtful lyrics and a powerful sleeve that, although not of his hand, reminded me of the classy artwork of Hugh Syme. ‘Everything Is Never Over’ is an exciting, brooding, dramatic and heavy piece of work! I’m only wondering why this excellent band isn’t on a quality label like, for instance, InsideOut. - Rudi Claeys, Rock Tribune (Holland)

EVERYTHING IS NEVER OVER - Review - FFM Rock - Germany - March 17, 2009
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CD Reviews - FFM Rock (English Translation)

Tenth Planet is an interesting band from Canada. The four guys, Martin Ouellette, Johnny Pegg, Mauro Scatozza and Brian Paul, come from far away, but not as far as the band name suggests. They’ve already released two albums on their own and despite the lack of support from a record label, have bravely toured through Europe twice already. This third album, their first full length CD, should give Tenth Planet even more recognition. Not only does it have a great title, but is also musically very catchy. The album opens with "See Yourself" and "Lose Your Mind", serious songs with some strong ALICE IN CHAINS riffs and a massive sound. The production of Jeff Martin (THE TEA PARTY) is heavy but modern. The Canadians continue with "Dissolution Meditation", which sounds like a rough mix of U2 and NICKELBACK. The versatile voice of Martin Ouellette sounds really good here. Depending on the song, Ouellette's singing is crystal clear and featherlight, which reminds one of U2's Bono. On the next song, as well as in the excellent final track "Balcony", his voice gains in strength and expression, sometimes sounding even more like Chad Kroeger (NICKELBACK) or Layne Staley (ALICE IN CHAINS). Personally, I'm very enthusiastic when Tenth Planet combine heavy riffs with irresistible grooves, like they do on the tracks "Even If You're Still Alive", “Little Nation" and the above-mentioned songs. In addition to this balance between hard and soft, two potential singles for the general public can be found with "Drafty" and "Weighed Down", both offering melancholic positive vibes and perfectly catchy melodies. Due to the great production and the ability of the band to create dynamics of light and shaded moments, along with an inherent catchiness, Tenth Planet have managed to make a great album. – Geschrieben Von Thorsten Dieterle – FFM Rock (Germany)

Direct Link - http://allover-ffm-rock.de/joomla/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=4070&Itemid=91

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INTERNATIONAL SONGWRITING COMPETITION FINALISTS
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Saturday, February 28, 2009

We're very happy to announce that The International Songwriting Competition has just announced its finalists and our song "Man In Full, entered in the "Rock" category, has been named as a finalist! Here is the complete list of finalists:
http://www.songwritingcompetition.com/winners.htm

With over 15,500 entrants, to be selected as one of the finalists is a true honour. A special thanks to the people who voted for us.

All finalists' songs have been sent to a panel of judges, and winners will be announced in April. Some of last year's judges include Robert Smith (The Cure), Rob Thomas (Matchbox 20), Tom Waits, and Neil Finn (Crowded House).

All finalists' songs are included in the People's Voice - an online voting contest that allows the public to listen to all the finalists' songs and vote for their favorite one. People's Voice is separate from, and in addition to, the winners selected by ISC's panel of judges. The winner of People's Voice will receive $1,500 in prizes and bragging rights! Voting will take place from now until March 31, 2009. You can start voting now at http://www.songwritingcompetition.com/PVWelcome2008.htm

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98/100 points

Tenth Planet
"Everything Is Never Over"
(,2008)

Producer: Jeff Martin and Mike Turner
Genre: Alternative Metal
Format: Album
Website: www.tenthplanet.ca/
Reviewed by: Troy Kramm
Review 10th January 2009

Being a Canadian it is easy to hear the influences that Jeff Martin (The Tea Party) had on Tenth Planet’s latest release. Is that a good thing? The short answer is YES! Everything Is Never Over is that brand of rock which captivates listeners of any genre. The almost anthem like songs sound as if they are meant to be heard in a stadium full of 30,000 screaming fans rather than simply on a CD.

Tenth Planet has easily come into their own as songwriters and musicians since the release of 2005’s The Prophet Curse. The boys do not stray from their roots though. There is still plenty of crunchy hard rock tunes for you to listen to along with some more melodic songs. Easily one of the best songs on the CD is “Even If You Are Still Alive”. The best of Tenth Planet is on display here with amazing hooks, amazing melodies, amazing music and impeccable vocals that I would have never though possible from this band! It was simply mind blowing! If you are looking for a rock radio friendly track you can give “Weighed Down” a listen. This track would rival any song out on the radio right now.

It is tough to say anything bad about this band. They do it all and they do it right! Simply put, Everything Is Never Over is a must have CD for any hard rock fan!

http://melodic.net/latestReviews.asp#7376

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TENTH PLANET
By: Nico 2009.01.03
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Everything Is Never Over
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Cd van de maand Januari 2009

First impression of this Canadian full length debut is that it's a very professionally made on all fronts, especially since it's done without any (budgetary) label support. For the production of it, the band have got the assistance of two highly acclaimed friends, Mike Turner (Our Lady Peace) and Jeff Martin (known from The Tea Party). Soundwise already quite some references, but those names also give a slight indication what to expect style-wise. In a way, because the foursome has, besides having modern and recognizable influences, truly a sound of their own. A sound that will appeal to a rock audience, people into alternative music or metalheads! And that's this albums strongest point! The two most notable figures, guitarist Brian Paul and vocalist Martin Ouellette combine power and emotion, intensity and intimacy. In the Jerry Cantrell - Tony Iommi riffing and in the deep, warm voice of Ouellette (think of Michael Oran of the split up Mental Hippie Blood). "Everything is never over" contains twelve killer tracks, versatile and fascinating! I really can't understand why this must be released on their own. Labels and music lovers: eyes and especially ears open at http://www.myspace.com/songsofthetenthplanet . Highly recommendable!

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TENTH PLANET NAMED ALBUM OF THE YEAR 2008 BY ROCK TRIBUNE!!!

Rudi Claeys of Rock Tribune, Holland's biggest selling hard rock magazine, has named Tenth Planet as his best album of the year for 2008!!! The list is in this month's issue, available now!

Thanks so much to Rudi and Rock Tribune!!


Rudi Claeys - Top Albums of 2008 - Rock Tribune Magazine - December 2008

1 - Tenth Planet - Everything Is Never Over
2 - Tribe After Tribe - Songs from Deuteronomy
3 - Glyder - Playground For Life
4 - Jaded Sun - Gypsy Trip
5 - King's X - XV
6 - Surrounded - The Nautilus Years
7 - Electric Mary - Down To The Bone
8 - Vegas - Vegas
9 - Matt Boroff And The Mirrors - Elevator Ride
10 - Minus - The Great Northern Whalekill

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TENTH PLANET INCLUDED IN ""BEST OF 2008"" LIST!!
As 2008 draws to an end, the ""best of the year"" lists are starting to come out, and Bob Akkermans from the Breda Barst Festival (Holland) has included Tenth Planet in his "" 2008 Best Of""! Take a look!!
CD TOP 2008
1. Opeth - Watershed
2. Death Angel – Killing Season
3. Metallica – Death Magnetic
4. Testament – The formation of damnation
5. Tenth Planet – Everything is never over
6. Textures – Slihouettes
7. Baroness – The Red Album
8. Shinedown – The sound of Madness
9. Demians – Building on empire
10. Richie Kotzen – Mother heads family reunion
11. AC/DC – Black Ice
12. Firewind – Premonition
13. Ashes Divide – Keep telling myself it’s alright
14. Rush – Snakes & Arrows Live
15. Journey – Revelation
16. Candlebox – Into the Sun
17. Jon Oliva’s Pain – Global Warning
18. Disturbed – Indestructible
19. In Flames – A sense of purpose
20. The Mars Volta – The Bedlam in Goliath


Toronto based Tenth Planet mixes heavy undertones with intelligent lyrics for a unique but instantly infectious, fresh sound. Lead vocalist Martin, adds even more flavor to the mix with his easily recognizable vocals. This is definitely a band to keep an eye on over the next year. - Kat, XS-BS Magazine

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