Signal to Trust
Signal to Trust was a post-punk rock band from Minneapolis, formed in 2000 and dissolved in 2007.
The group's original line-up was Pete Biasi on bass, David Storberg on guitar, Jon Warnberg on drums, and Brandon Rouse on vocals. This version of the band played its first show on April 1, 2000, and recorded an album's worth of material, which was never released.
In May 2001 Rouse was replaced by Brian Severns (guitar/vocals), who had played with Biasi, Storberg, and Warnberg in The Misfires. This version of the band released the 8-song mini-LP Folklore on Modern Radio Record Label in 2002 as well as a 3-song 7-inch EP the following year.
In December 2004, original drummer Jonathon Warnberg left the band. He was replaced by Ben Ivascu, who at that time was already playing with Pete Biasi and original Signal to Trust singer Brandon Rouse in Falcon Crest. This group recorded and released the album Golden Armour on Modern Radio in 2006.
Following the release of Golden Armour the band's activity became more sporadic due to Severns's commitments as a graduate student at Rutgers in New Jersey.
The band's final release was a split 7-inch with STNNNG, which featured that group covering Signal to Trust's "Victory Over the Sun" (from their 2003 7-inch) and Signal to Trust covering STNNNG's "Dub Warehousing". The 7-inch was released at Signal to Trust's final show, which took place at the 7th Street Entry in November 17th, 2007.
- David Storberg (guitar/vocals)
- Pete Biasi (bass)
- Brian Severns (guitar/vocals 2001-2007)
- Ben Ivascu (drums 2005-2007)
- Jonathon Warnberg (drums 2000-2004)
- Brandon Rouse (vocals 2000-2001)
- Folklore (2002)
- "Great and Terrible King" / "Chess Moves" / "Victory Over the Sun" 7-inch (2003)
- Golden Armour (2006)
- Split 7-inch with STNNNG (2007)
Related Web sites
- Falcon Crest
- The Misfires
- Total Fucking Blood
- Double Bird
- Marijuana Deathsquads
- Private Dancer
- Central Division Champs
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