The Tattoo Rebellion is a fusion of two well-established bands merging from Montreal, Quebec, (Sign of One) and from New York, NY (Tragic Orange) Having played numerous shows for over 10 years, both locally and throughout the US.

Sign of One promoted a total of 5 professionally recorded full length albums and independently sold over 6000 units in merchandise and CD's. They opened for bands such as Dredg and Powerman, and also headlined both The Mostcore Festival and the Montreal CampusFest three years in a row. Sign of One also played in many reputable venues, such as the Viper Room, Roxy, Troubadour, and Whiskey a Go Go.

Tragic Orange operated under a small Indie label located in NY and previously recorded their first self-titled full length LP with great success. Following several months of militant rehearsals and the recording of a new EP, the band decided to hit the road In 2008/2009. With the help of booking agent Tim Corser, Tragic Orange toured for one year, playing shows from coast to coast with international bands such as power man 5000, Dredg, Saliva, Taproot, Cold, In This Moment, Pop Evil, Ear Shot, and Framing Hanley. Since then, the group's popularity grew consistently, retaining national airplay in many circuits. They found themselves headlining their own shows at the same venues they once played in at the beginning of their career.

In a Rock Band

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