"Electronic Tribal Space Rock", "Chilly-N-Synthy-Dark-Disco", and "Shaded Retro Electro", are just some of the ways reviewers have described the sound cultivated by Montreal's, Diamond Bones. The band takes pride in the fact that their music doesn't fit into the box of a single genre, and frankly, the craftier the description, the better. Having been together just over a year, with humble beginnings in a suburban garage, theyve grabbed the attention of audiences locally and throughout various parts of Canada and the USA with their magnetic live shows. Recent notable performances included showcases at POP Montreal and CMJ Music Festivals in the fall of 2013, and opening slots for such reputed acts as Dale Earnhardt Jr. Jr., Chad Valley and J.D Samson and MEN. The trio has been featured on New Yorks Oh My Rockness blog and have been reviewed online by Confront Magazine, Forget the Box, and Les Mconnus. Diamond Bones was also voted in CultMTLs Best of Montreal 2013 annual poll making the top 5 for both Best Electronic & Best Musical Act categories. More recent achievements include being signed to Third Side Music Sync Licensing, and being named one of the top standout up and coming artists in Canada by CBC's Grant Lawrence. Diamond Bones has spent the last year putting their heart & soul into a debut full-length album recorded at Breakglass Studio in Montreal, with producer, mixing engineer and mastering credits to Patrick Krief (The Dears); Jace Lasek (The Besnard Lakes) and Ryan Morey (Arcade Fire), respectively. The self-titled album is anticipated to be released mid 2014.