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Since forming in 2007, Glass Delirium has explored the depths of what it means to create. They are a progressive, hard rock band composed of dual male and female lead vocals, guitar and keyboards sharing the rhythm and lead, a solid and driving rhythm section, and the use of live instruments such as violin, fx pads, and other eclectic instruments. The intensity and emotion from this combination is delivered efficiently through their music by taking influences from rock, classical, jazz, pop, electronic, orchestral, metal, and movie scores. With both a marketable and an experimental sound, there is an individuality that radiates from each song they write. No two members of Glass Delirium process life the same and it shows in the end result of their sound. There is a contrast of light and dark that has been embedded into their music that comes from the belief that not being comfortable in your own skin builds character.
Glass Delirium takes pride in their live shows and one can see how much passion and love they have for what they do. There is sublime energy throughout their theatrical performances that leaves the crowd enticed and wanting more. On top of playing the 2008 Projekt Revolution festival at Fiddlers’ Green Amphitheater, with acts such as Linkin Park, Chris Cornell, and Atreyu, Glass Delirium has also been invited to open for national acts such as Kamelot, Fair to Midland, Psychostick, and Powerman 5000.
In August of 2009, Glass Delirium released their first full-length album entitled, "Thanks to a Monster’s Many Heads," recorded at Colorado Sound Recording Studios with house engineer J.P. Manza.