Tracenine (2001-present) is a Rock band from Cambridge, Ontario, Canada.
racenine started with Matt Rahn (guitar/vocals), Adrian C. Blaney (guitar/vocals), Gary Mitchell (drums/vocals) and Dan Rahn (bass/vocals) producing 'alternative' style rock music that got them on the bill with Merideth Brooks and an invite to climax appearances by Oasis and Sloan at the Toronto based alternative & grunge rock radio station Edge 102.1. Tracenine would release their debut demo EP, Eye For An Eye (2002), thereafter, with shows supporting Foo Fighters, Matthew Good, Sum 41, Theory Of A Deadman, Ashley MacIsaac, Killer Dwarfs and Helix. Rob Weir would then take over drums on the self-titled demo album following shortly later.
The membership change of Dennis Napper (bass/vocals), Tracenine would release Breaking Silence (2009) but have been silent since.
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