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Eve 6

La Crescenta, California, United States (1995 – 2004, 2007 – present)

Eve 6 is an alternative rock band which formed in 1995 in La Crescenta, California, United States. The band split in 2004 and reunited in October, 2007, signing with Fearless Records and releasing new album Speak In Code in April 2012. The band consists of Max Collins (vocals, bass), Jon Siebels (guitar, vocals) and Tony Fagenson (drums).

The band has released four albums, “Eve 6” (1998), “Horrorscope” (2000),It’s All in Your Head (2003), and Speak In Code (2012). Two of the band’s singles, “Inside Out” and “Here’s To The Night”, reached the Top 40 in the United States.

Reunited and re-energized, the band returned with a new album called Speak In Code eight years after parting ways in 2004. As the fourth full-length release for Eve 6 and their debut on new label Fearless Records, the album heralds not just a return to form for the threesome, but a new chapter in a book that had ended all too abruptly.

“Overall I’m really proud of it, and I think we’re doing right by our fans, who’ve waited a long time for us to make another record. I think we’re giving them something they’ll enjoy,” says singer/bassist Max Collins. “Once we got in the studio there was a lot of energy. There aren’t any filler moments; each song has its purpose. This is the strongest collection of songs we’ve ever had on one record.”

In many ways, Speak In Code is a work with deep personal significance for Collins, who has weathered his share of personal adversity.

Eve 6 (sometimes typeset as EV? 6) is a rock band from Southern California who was most well known for their hit "Inside Out" and the slow anthem "Here's to the Night".
They disbanded in 2004 and reunited with two of the three original members in October, 2007.
The band's final name is a reference to The X-Files. Tony Fagenson, a fan of the show, suggested the name after seeing an episode entitled "Eve". The episode featured genetically engineered characters known as "Eves," which were portrayed by Harriet Sansom Harris. One of these genetically engineered characters, named "Eve #6," made a remark about biting a guard's eyeball, which Fagenson thought merited "Eve 6" as a band name.
Poor sales of It's All In Your Head (192,000 Units Moved), resulted in Eve 6's release from their record contract with RCA.


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