Paragon Theorem released their second full length album titled Inkwell in March of 2015. The sophomore release is full of hard hitting guitar work mixed with melodic vocals for a unique and powerful sound that has been missing from the rock genre for a long time. Inkwell has a wide range of tunes from ballads like This is Real and Remedy to the arena rock fueled Alive (For the First Time) and even new rock heavy hitters like Compliant and Along For a Ride. The album was recorded, mixed, and mastered by the band in an effort to keep the sound the way they heard it. Inkwell is available on iTunes, Amazon, Spotify, Rdio, and Google Music.
Since the release of the album Paragon Theorem has been putting together shows in the New England area in support of the album and will be playing all over their home state of Connecticut and all the way up to Boston, Massachusetts. They will be on the bill when Soul Asylum and The Meat Puppets come through the Webster Theater in Hartford. They will continue playing shows in support of their new album through the fall of 2015 up until when they will start work on their next full length album. The new album is expected to be out Summer/Spring of 2016.
Paragon Theorem formed in 2012 as Paragon and released their debut album titled Bare Your Soul in 2013. The group was formed by lead guitarist Steve Delesdernier and original drummer Josh Ingraham. These lifelong friends had been in and out of bands together since middle school and decided to give it another shot. They brought in their mutual friend Brian Moore on vocals because his vocal style is unique and meshed well with the music they were writing. Soon after, rhythm guitarist Dan Field answered a Craigslist ad to join them and the group hit the studio to start their work while they continued to look for a bassist. Bassist Eric Rosier heeded the call almost immediately and the group was solidified.
Paragon went on to perform all over Connecticut and Massachusetts in 2013 and 2014 including a Radio 104.1 sanctioned show, The Hard Rock Café at Foxwoods Casino, headlining a Webster Theater show, and headlining the Portland Fair in both 2013 and 2014.
Each member has their own sound and style created from their different influences that, when combined, creates an edgy melodic modern rock that will stand the test of time. The band has already received recognition on the airwaves through local radio station 104.1 FM WMRQ and 91.7 FM WHUS. Paragon Theorem is focusing on playing every show they can to bring their music to new fans of rock music.
Paragon Theorem is
- Steve Delesdernier – Lead Guitar
- Dan Field – Rhythm Guitar
- Brian Moore – Vocals
- Josh Ingraham – Drums
- Eric Rosier – Bass