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Pyramid Theorem

Posted by Shane Macaulay on 2017/09/19

Formed in 2007, Pyramid Theorem is a Progressive Hard Rock band consisting of members; Vic Dee (Drums),
Samuel Ermellini (Lead Guitars/Vocals), Christian Di Mambro(Bass/Vocals) and Stephan Di Mambro
(Keyboards/Guitars/Vocals).

They have spent the time on stage, and off, honing their skills as players and performers in Toronto’s exploding music scene sharing the stage with the likes of Symphony X, Periphery, Finger Eleven, to name a few. They have carved out a reputation for being the most eye-popping, mind-melting show in town.

Having released their debut album in July of 2012, they are eager to show the world what they can do. Their self-titled album is produced by the band and was recorded at Coalition Music in Toronto. The album consists of five lengthy tracks, each a unique story of its own. The shortest of these being their single “Another Day Slips By”, and the longest being their three part epic “The Dream” clocking in at just under 30 minutes.

With their natural talent, versatility and high-energy live performances, they are able to captivate audiences of any genre of music, winning over new fans each and every time they play.

Their sound has been described as a classic take on music with a modern progressive edge that creates a monumental sound known simply as PYRAMID THEOREM. With passion and determination, PYRAMID THEOREM injects an unconventional sound into today’s music scene and are here to put Canadian prog rock back on the map.”

“Were just four guys trying to make the best music we can.” -
Christian DiMambro

“Pyramid Theorem is my life.” - Vito De Francesco

https://www.facebook.com/pyramidtheorem/

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