The band was born in September of 2004 in Seattle, WA blending the sounds of 70's metal/hard rock and the new breed of 90's stoner rock bands. After a few months jamming together and putting down some tunes, they recorded for the very first time; in August of 2005 their first self titled EP saw the light. At this point, there was no turning back. The mix of different backgrounds, cultures, musical tastes and generations created a very unique blend of sounds that powered the new band into new territories. While getting tighter as a live act during the summer gigs of 2006, they went back to the studio and started recording new original material from July to October of 2006. A more mature and conceptual idea materialized when "King of the Desert" was finally released in November of 2006. Fused went on playing every single stage that they could get on around Washington state. Promoting their latest release, they received a warm reception from audiences and good reviews from overseas. 2007 saw the band growing up, playing more live shows, gaining local recognition, and going on its first mini tour outside of WA State. By this time, the sound of the band had grown and drifted significantly from its seminal years to a more complex, richer amalgam. A new logo was also created and a renewed energy pushed the fusion. The band had a short hiatus at the end of the year and re-grouped by late December of 2007 with enough new material to hit the studio again. In late January of 2008, the fusion had a major internal meltdown due to musical differences; however, the remaining members managed to get in the studio in February of 2008, and laid down the foundations for the next album. These 10 drum tracks would eventually become the seed of probably the best record ever produced by Fused. In August of 2009, after almost two years of recording, "The Obliquity of the Ecliptic" was released. Several line ups later, the history of the band is still being written...
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