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Chain-Link Fencing Professionals Reveal Cost Breakdowns

VANCOUVER, BC–(Marketwired – April 30, 2017) – Local fence repairer shares cost considerations when installing a chain-link fence

QS Fencing, a Vancouver-based business that specialises in the installation and repair of metal fencing, has published a blog that roughs out the costs and pricing for different types of fences, including their most popular installation-chain-link fencing. For more, go to:

The average cost of fencing falls between $1500 and $5500. With that in mind, it’s no surprise that the type of material chosen will have a huge impact on costs-not just for the material, but for installation as well.

Cost considerations include parts, permits, making sure the installation won’t interfere with any utilities-even the grading of the land can have an impact. If there’s a slope to deal with it makes installation that much more difficult, potentially raising labour costs. However, the article emphasizes that the primary cost factor when installing a fence is always going to be the material.

According to the article, costs for materials can range from $15 to $35 per linear foot. The article then goes on to price out some of the most popular choices including cedar, vinyl, aluminum, wrought iron, and, of course, chain-link fencing.

Assuming a standard height of six feet, the blog concludes that the cost of installing a fence will be around $3500, depending on property size and the material that’s chosen.

Staying within a budget can be hard when it comes to home improvement, but the consultants at QS Fencing can recommend ideas that suit different needs and budgets. To get a free quote on metal fence installation or repair, call QS Fencing at (604) 345-5145.

About QS Fencing

Established in 2010, QS Fencing is a family-owned business that aims to provide quality products and superior service. It is a Vancouver-based fencing company that is licensed and insured. All employees are WCB insured as well. QS Fencing serves the geographical areas of Vancouver, West Vancouver, North Vancouver, Burnaby, New Westminster, Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam, Port Moody, Maple Ridge, Richmond, Surrey, and Delta, BC.

To learn more, visit or call (604) 345-5145.

Vancouver Lawyers Post Article about Deciding Jurisdiction

Local lawyers examine how jurisdiction works in inter-provincial and international parenting disputes

VANCOUVER, BC–(Marketwired – April 30, 2017) – As a Vancouver-based legal firm, the lawyers at Kushner Law Group know that family law in BC can be difficult and emotionally charged, with complex legal arguments and issues. However, when parents live in different locations and questions of jurisdiction need to be resolved, there can be a heightened sense of complexity. For more, go to:

One of the latest articles on the Kushner Law website delves into the complex subject of jurisdiction. For example, if one of the parents leaves the province-or the country-where should the case be heard? It’s no problem if both parents reside in BC, but what happens when there’s a dispute as to which Court should hear the matter?

In the recent decision of Stebbings v. Greenleaf, 2017 BCSC 453, Mr. Justice Bowden heard an application seeking an order that the Supreme Court of British Columbia did not have jurisdiction.

The applicant mother, along with her daughter, were naturalized citizens of the United States, but had been residing in Canada with the father. The Applicant mother sought to relocate to the United States, but did not obtain the consent of the father or make a relocation application.

When asked to consider under the Family Law Act whether the child was „habitually resident,” the Court provided the following analysis:

[14] The term „habitually resident” is defined in s. 72(2) of the FLA which provides:

72 (2) For the purposes of this Division, a child is habitually resident in the place where the child most recently resided

(a) with his or her parents,

(b) if the parents are living separate and apart, with one parent

(i) under an agreement,

(ii) with the implied consent of the other parent, or

(iii) under an order of a court or tribunal, or

(c) with a person other than a parent on a permanent basis for a significant period of time.

(3) The removal or withholding of a child without the consent of a guardian does not affect the child’s habitual residence unless the guardian from whom the child is being removed or withheld acquiesces or delays in applying for an order of a court or an extraprovincial tribunal.

[15] In the circumstances, s. 72(2)(a) applies. The child’s most recent place of residence with his parents was British Columbia from July 2016 until September 2016 when the child was taken to Utah by the applicant and the respondent did not consent to a change of the child’s residence.

[16] It appears that s. 72(3) prevents a parent from ousting the jurisdiction of this court by removing a child from B.C. without the consent of the other parent.

[17] Alternatively, if the child’s habitual residence is determined under s.72(2)(b) then, based on my understanding that the child currently lives with the applicant in B.C. pursuant to a court order, the child would also be considered to be habitually resident in B.C.

[18] In my view the child’s habitual place of residence is British Columbia.

Anyone recently separated, defending a claim, or involved in ongoing custodial battles needs the right support to make the best choices. For advice on all sorts of family law disputes, contact the Kushner Law Group today at 604-629-0432 and schedule a consultation.

About the Company

The Kushner Law Group was founded on the principle that a small law firm should be able to offer the same level of legal advice as a big firm at an affordable cost. A unique combination of legal experience and creativity allows the professionals at Kushner to come up with creative and practical solutions for a variety of legal problems.

For additional information, please visit or call 604-629-0432.

Vancouver Furnace Company Offers Quick Filter Tips

Furnace installation and repair company offers ideas to promote and maintain clean air in the home

VANCOUVER, BC–(Marketwired – April 30, 2017) – As a locally-based company that specializes in furnace installation and repair, the technicians at Pro Ace Heating & Air Conditioning Services have compiled some handy clean air tips, which they have listed in a recent blog post. For more, go to:

Changing the filter in a furnace is actually very easy to do. As a proud member of Fortis BC, Pro Ace Heating & Air Conditioning Services have an extensive selection of different furnaces. Their blog not only contains an explanation about different types of filters — they also have a video that details how to change filters.

Type of Filters

  • Fiberglass Furnace Filters – This is the most cost efficient option at around $5.00, but fiberglass tends to be inferior when it comes to trapping dust and dirt. Opting for the pleated paper model is often a better option for keeping air clean and fresh.
  • Pleated Furnace Filters – These are the most popular type of furnace filter. Made of of a paper/polyester blend material, these work well for around six months. They are completely disposable and retail for around $40.
  • Washable Furnace Filters – Trapping up to 95% of dust and dirt, these washable models are a great long-term investment. Although initial costs will range between $100-$150, they offer good value. Pro Ace Heating & Air Conditioning Services carries several sizes in stock, but can also order any sizes necessary.
  • Electrostatic Furnace Filters – Using a static charge, these filters attract and hold dust and dirt until they can be washed. Both disposable and washable filters are available in electrostatic models.

Remember, every furnace is different and requires specific filter sizes. Common sizes are 14″x25″, 16″x20″, 16″x25″, 20″x 25″, and 25″x25″ — but other dimensions are available. To check the exact size required for a unit, remove the old filter — the measurements will be marked along the edge.

For furnace install, repair, and maintenance, contact Pro Ace Heating & Air Conditioning Services at 604-293-3770. The technicians support all makes and models, and emergency service is available 24/7.

About the Company

Serving Vancouver for over 17 years with 75,000 happy clients, Pro Ace Heating & Air Conditioning Services Ltd. is made up of qualified professionals. Every technician possesses red seal, refrigerant mechanic, Class-A or Class-B gas fitting licenses. Pro Ace Heating & Air Conditioning Services Ltd. values customer satisfaction and is committed to making every customer a lifelong one. They offer free quotes and estimates with no obligation, and are prepared to beat any competitor’s price. Inquire about our one-year, no-interest, no-payment financing on installations. For more information on the company, log on to or call 604-293-3770.

What Investors Missed in the Market This Week

Another trading week is in the books, with the S&P 500 and Dow Jones Industrial Average trading 1.5% and 1.9% higher, respectively. Despite the market rally, it wasn’t a great week in terms of economic data, as GDP was reported to have increased a meager 0.7% during the first quarter, at a seasonally adjusted annual rate, according to the Commerce Department — the weakest quarterly mark since early 2014. Take the report with a grain of salt, as these are always adjusted at later dates.

With that aside, let’s look at some companies boasting big moves, big earnings, or big headlines this week in the markets.

Steel stock meltdown

It wasn’t a pretty week for shares of steel manufacturer United States Steel Corporation (NYSE: X) , which shed roughly a quarter of its market capitalization as its stock price imploded. Just a few months ago, the stock was on fire, in a good way, and nearly doubled from the moment Donald Trump was elected president through the middle of March. The movement higher was largely based on the hope that Trump’s potential infrastructure plan would increase demand for U.S. steel.

Smelting process at a steel mill.

Image source: Getty Images.

Since then it’s been a consistent downhill trend, culminating in this week’s implosion after the company’s earnings disappointed its once hopeful investors. In terms of the financial results, revenue was up 16% during the first quarter to $2.7 billion, but despite a recent rise in metal prices, the company still posted a net loss of $180 million, or $1.03 per share.

But perhaps the real issue for investors was that it is now painfully obvious U.S. Steel is behind some of its competitors with improving its operations and cutting costs. To that point, management noted that it’s upgrading its equipment and other processes that will take three to four years — causing some investors to throw in the towel or opt for a different steel company.

Even Macquarie’s once bullish analyst, Aldo Mazzaferro, had this to say, according to Barron’s : „We reduce our rating to „underperform” from „neutral,” and cut our target price to $18 from $30, after further assessing the damage to earnings from the planned [three- to four-year], over $1 billion asset-revitalization program to upgrade mills. Even after the sharp decline in the shares, we see further downside to $18.”

Not if, but when

It seems management of the once popular and even profitable Sears Holdings (NASDAQ: SHLD) is just squeezing out as much time as possible before this slow-motion train wreck finally ends. In what’s become a common theme over the past year, shares of the troubled retailer plunged by double digits multiple times this week and shed almost a quarter of its value.

It all started last Friday, when Sears announced that its comparable-store sales have dropped nearly 12% since the beginning of the year. It followed that news up with another bombshell: Despite its cost cuts, its first-quarter adjusted EBITDA would check in with a $190 million loss at best, and it could be as bad as a $230 million loss. That’s little to no improvement from last year’s equally brutal $181 million loss during the first quarter. Keep Sears’ adjusted EBITDA in mind when hearing that Sears ends up posting a positive net income during the first quarter, because that’s solely due to the sale of its Craftsman business and other real estate transactions — factors that are obviously unsustainable.

Sears’ increasingly inevitable bankruptcy isn’t for lack of effort by its management team that has faced a nearly impossible task to turn around an outdated business model in many crumbling mall locations with outdated stores. Despite the tall task, though, management isn’t sitting idle and announced on Monday that Sears would close 50 Auto Centers and 92 Kmart pharmacies — this is in addition to the earlier announcement of 150 store closings.

Businesses com and go, and what once was a booming retailer is now facing its inevitable demise. It seems not a matter of whether it happens, but when.

A step in the right direction

Let’s end this weekly recap on a bright note from an often forgotten automaker that’s also faced its fair share of doom and gloom: Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (NYSE: FCAU) . There are plenty of things FCA needs to work on, but one thing it does well is sell popular Jeep SUVs and full-size Ram Trucks.

A Maserati Granturismo.

Image source: Fiat Chrysler Automobiles.

Thanks in large part to those two brands, the company’s net revenue checked in 4% higher during the first quarter, with its adjusted EBIT up a more impressive 11% to $1.67 billion. Those results were enough to top analysts’ estimates and set a first-quarter record for Detroit’s third largest automaker. Perhaps even more impressive is that it sent the company’s stock up roughly 11% on Wednesday, after investors digested the information — impressive because the stock had already rallied significantly since Donald Trump won the election.

Outside its very profitable and high-volume-selling Jeep and full-size truck products, there was another impressive development: FCA’s high-end luxury Maserati brand has started gaining some serious traction on the bottom line. For context, during last year’s first quarter, Maserati generated a modest 1.1% of FCA’s total adjusted EBIT. This year, thanks to an 89% increase in shipments and an 820-basis-point improvement in margin, its adjusted EBIT soared 569%, from 16 million euros to 107 million euros.

FCA, which is often an afterthought with Detroit automakers, posted a strong enough quarter to warrant its recent rally and give investors hope that its Maserati brand can also help fuel a companywide turnaround.

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Novus CPQ Releases Their First CPQ Research Report

Fort Collins, CO, April 30, 2017 –(– The use of Configure-Price-Quote (CPQ) tools for the sales process continues to increase. This is true for all kinds of products, large and small, expensive and cheap as well as common and exclusive. One way to gain and hold the attention of a CPQ User is to visualize the product while it is configured. This is powerful because it provides an emotional attachment for the user to their custom configured product. The available visualization aids run the gamut from simple 2D to very cool 3D images and all the way to state of the art immersive Virtual Reality (VR) technology or to mix real environments with virtual environments afforded by Augmented Reality (AR) technology. This offers new and interesting ways to present a product for current visual CPQ customers while it also challenges CPQ vendors to find innovative ways to stay ahead of their competition.

The important question that all CPQ vendors and their customers’ need answered is, “do these visual additions to CPQ indeed make a difference to the bottom line, and at what cost?”

Novus CPQ Consulting wanted to find an answer to this critical question so they surveyed ten Configure-Price-Quote (CPQ) vendors and sixteen of their customers to discover:
– the role product visualization plays in CPQ Solutions, now and going forward
– the visualization technologies that are most promising for improving CPQ productivity and efficiency
– the expectation of CPQ vendors and customers from visual and virtual CPQ Solutions
– the Key Challenges for CPQ vendors and customers to adopt 3D CPQ Solutions
– the maintenance requirements for visual and virtual CPQ Solutions

HCSB Financial Corp. (HCFB: OTCQB) | INVESTOR ALERT: Brower Piven Commences An Investigation Into The Proposed Sale Of HCSB Financial Corp. And Encourages Shareholders To Contact The Firm For Additional Information

INVESTOR ALERT: Brower Piven Commences An Investigation Into The Proposed Sale Of HCSB Financial Corp. And Encourages Shareholders To Contact The Firm For Additional Information

Apr 30, 2017

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The securities litigation law firm of Brower Piven, A Professional Corporation, has commenced an investigation into possible breaches of fiduciary duty and other violations of state law by the Board of Directors of HCSB Financial Corp. (OTMKTS: HCFB) (“HCSB” or the “Company”) relating to the proposed buyout of HCSB by United Community Banks, Inc.

Under the terms of the agreement, HCSB shareholders are anticipated to receive 0.0050 shares of United Community for each share of HCSB common stock held. The firm’s investigation seeks to determine, among other things, whether the Company’s Board of Directors failed to satisfy their duties to shareholders, including whether the Board adequately pursued alternatives to the acquisition and whether the Board obtained the best price possible for the Company’s shares of common stock.

If you currently own common stock of HCSB and believe that the proposed buyout price is too low, and you would like to learn more about the investigation being conducted by Brower Piven, please visit our website at You may also request more information by contacting Brower Piven either by email at or by telephone at (410) 415-6616.

Attorneys at Brower Piven have extensive experience in litigating securities and other class action cases and have been advocating for the rights of shareholders since the 1980s.

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Colorado Springs Yellow Cab Announces New Management Team Focusing on Community Service, Faster Response Times, Efficiency

Colorado Springs Yellow Cab Announces New Management Team Focusing on Community Service, Faster Response Times, Efficiency

Colorado Springs, CO, April 30, 2017 –(– Yellow Cab Company of Colorado Springs has announced the installment of Scott Holisky as the General Manager of the Pikes Peak regional terminal, and Matthew Drew as Director of Marketing.

Mr. Holisky previously served as the terminal’s Operations Manager from 2012-2016, at which time he assumed the responsibilities of General Manager of the company’s Boulder Terminal, which had been declining sharply in revenue and fleet size. During his 10-month tenure in that position, Scott drastically reduced the fleet’s response time, increased the rate of accepted trips by more than double, doubled the number of taxis in the fleet, and very quickly turned a faltering terminal into one of the company’s most profitable and efficient.

Holisky recently returned to the Springs in an elevated capacity in order to accomplish similar objectives by refocusing the fleet’s perspective, first and foremost, on servicing the community to the highest degree possible.

Matthew Drew has assumed the responsibilities of the Colorado Springs terminal’s Director of Marketing. Having previously served in various agency roles for clients such as Chevrolet, McDonald’s, Claritin/Clarinex, and MGM Grand Las Vegas, Drew was most recently the Global Director of Marketing for MGM Hospitality in Las Vegas, China and Vietnam, and brings a hospitality-focused perspective to the taxi business, centered primarily on the customer experience and service delivery.

“It’s a very exciting time to be in the taxi business, especially with so many different channels of engagement at our customers’ disposal,” said Drew.

“Today, we can’t just rely on the phone as the sole means of connecting passengers and cabs. The technology is available to us, so we’re taking full advantage of it,” he said, referring to Yellow Cab’s zTrip mobile app. “So if you have the app on your phone, just tap the screen any time day or night and a car will be on its way. If not, no problem. You can always still call the dispatch line.”

“I’m very excited to be back in Colorado Springs,” Mr. Holisky said. “Yellow Cab has been a part of this community for nearly a century now, and we’ve got a great story to tell – not just as the leading cab company in town, but as employer of administrative and shop staff who’s contributing to the local economy. We’ve also got many full-time drivers who’ve been driving their own businesses with us – some for up to 20 years.”

When considering the future of Yellow Cab in the Springs, Holisky adds that “right now is the best time in history to be in this business, and it’s only getting better. We have some of the best in the country driving for us, and we’re expanding our mobility (wheelchair-accessible) fleet to service literally every aspect of our community even better. We’re also extremely excited about our zTrip app, which is only one of many ways you can book a Yellow Cab.”

About Yellow Cab Company of Colorado Springs

Yellow Cab was originally incorporated in Colorado on June 19, 1922, and was based in the Broadmoor Garage. The company was granted Colorado Public Utilities Commission Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity Number 109. PUC 109 is among the oldest active authorities in Colorado.

Yellow Cab Company of Colorado Springs is prepared when area residents need a ride, providing prompt and reliable service 24/7, 365 days a year by drivers who undergo full background checks including federal fingerprinting and physical examinations.


Matthew Drew, Director of Marketing
Yellow Cab Company of Colorado Springs
4625 Town Center Dr.
Colorado Springs, CO 80916

Set Horizontal/Vertical Resolution for Output Image & Advanced Documents Comparison Options Using Aspose.Words for Java & .NET 17.4.0

Set Horizontal/Vertical Resolution for Output Image & Advanced Documents Comparison Options Using Aspose.Words for Java & .NET 17.4.0

It contains over 80 useful new features, enhancements and bug fixes, such as it allows customers to specify comparison settings, Custom Xml Data Properties is now supported for RTF format, Implemented support for baseline alignment in Asian text, Improved table split for vertically merged cells in combination with at-least height, Improved table grid calculation for horizontally merged cells, The horizontal and vertical resolution of output images can now be specified separately and more.

Lane Cove, Australia, April 30, 2017 –(– What’s New in this Release?

Aspose development team is happy to announce the monthly release of Aspose.Words for Java & .NET 17.4.0. This month’s release contains over 80 useful new features, enhancements and bug fixes. Here is a look at just a few of the biggest features and API changes in this month’s release; CompareOptions class introduced to allow customer specify comparison settings, Custom Xml Data Properties is now supported for RTF format, Implemented support for baseline alignment in Asian text, Improved table split for vertically merged cells in combination with at-least height, Improved table grid calculation for horizontally merged cells, Improved BalanceSingleByteDoubleByteWidth handling, The horizontal and vertical resolution of output images can now be specified separately (through ImageSaveOptions.VerticalResolution and ImageSaveOptions.HorizontalResolution), Underline, strikethrough, text borders and effects are now taken into account wile rendering OfficeMath equation text, A substitution of fonts with the same name but with different suffixes now generates a proper warning, Textboxes with automatic fit is now rendered correctly inside the group shapes, Corrupted texture images do not stop the rendering procedure with an exception, a warning is sent instead now and DrawingML Charts rendering improved (rotated and scaled horizontal axis labels). It has implemented a more generic and flexible solution to format field result. It has added an interface IFieldResultFormatter in Aspose.Words 17.4 allowing to implement custom formatting of field’s result. Now, users can apply formatting to numeric and date/time field result. Previously it was one property ImageSaveOptions.Resolution that set both vertical and horizontal resolution to the same values. It has added new public properties HorizontalResolution and VerticalResolution in ImageSaveOptions class to set horizontal and vertical resolution of output image. It has introduced new class CompareOptions in Aspose.Words 17.4 to compare two documents with advanced options. Now, users can ignore document formatting and header footer content during document comparison. The list of new and improved features added in this release are given below:

• Compare documents with comparison setting
• Convert Vml shapes to Dml upon saving to Strict Open XML Document format.
• Add feature to remove spaces between sign and digits during mail merge
• Add feature to set Horizontal and Vertical Resolution of output image
• Consider support of conditional and browser-dependent comments
• Document.Save removes {*datastore …} tag from Rtf
• Make sure CssIdentifierValue.ToCss escapes identifier.
• Import custom list markers from ::before pseudo-elements when converting from HTML to Words
• x-none language is not supported for DOCX
• Cell’s border become visible after modifying style of Div tag in HtmlFixed
• Table width is not calculated correctly during rendering to PDF
• ROOT Inline Shape position is changed after conversion from Docx to Pdf
• Docx to Pdf conversion issue with AltChunk (HTML file)
• Restricted and Hidden styles appearing in styles pane and Quick style gallary
• The font size of altChunk contents is changed after re-saving Docx
• The font name of altChunk contents is changed after re-saving Docx
• TextAlignment property does not take effect and leads to different output from MS Word when converting to xps
• PDF Conversion Issue with Docx containing customxml
• Unknown ListTrailingCharacter enum member.
• Image is rendered on next page after conversion from Docx to Pdf
• Document.Compare generates incorrect format revisions
• Incorrect export of equation in MathML
• Incorrect order of tags if they are inside of MS Word’s table during Replace operation
• Shape’s text does not render correctly in output Pdf
• Docx to Pdf conversion issue with shape’s rendering
• Docx to Pdf conversion issue with shape’s rendering/position
• Strikethrough in Equation not preserved during rendering
• Textbox positions are not preserved during open/save a DOCX
• Roundtrip of the DOCX document has wrong output
• Word to HTML then back to Word, table has extra space between rows
• PageRef is converted to hyperlink in output Pdf
• Showing bullets and font substitution problems
• Document’s contents are lost after re-saving Docx
• Saving Embedded Spreadsheet produces a different file every time

Other most recent bug fixes are also included in this release

Overview: Aspose.Words

Aspose.Words is a word processing component that enables .NET, Java & Android applications to read, write and modify Word documents without using Microsoft Word. Other useful features include document creation, content and formatting manipulation, mail merge abilities, reporting features, TOC updated/rebuilt, Embedded OOXML, Footnotes rendering and support of DOCX, DOC, WordprocessingML, HTML, XHTML, TXT and PDF formats (requires Aspose.Pdf). It supports both 32-bit and 64-bit operating systems. You can even use Aspose.Words for .NET to build applications with Mono.

More about Aspose.Words

– Homepage of Aspose.Words for .NET:

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– Online documentation of Aspose.Words :

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Lane Cove, NSW, 2066
Phone: 888.277.6734
Fax: 866.810.9465

Cerebellion: Release Official Video for „Cold”

The video opens with a room engulfed in fire, which quickly cuts to a young man sitting in an empty room watching TV. The music begins with a tight guitar groove followed by a subtle vocal melody. After a brief moment of calm, “Cold” abruptly transitions into a blistering explosion of sound, coincided by images of the young man fixating on what he sees on the screen, which appears to change him in some way.

Long Beach, CA, April 30, 2017 –(– Southern California’s Cerebellion releases official video for the song “Cold”. Taken from their sophomore album “Regeneration,” which further establishes the band’s ability to cross genres while maintaining a cohesive sound, “Cold” emerged in a tight field as the choice for this release. Besides the song’s seductive groove and dynamic musicality, topically it addresses a serious issue in our current social environment: the over-stimulation of our minds as a result of easy access to information. The video portrays an extreme version of this…

The video opens with a room engulfed in fire, which quickly cuts to a young man sitting in an empty room watching TV. The music begins with a tight guitar groove followed by a subtle vocal melody. After a brief moment of calm, “Cold” abruptly transitions into a blistering explosion of sound, coincided by images of the young man fixating on what he sees on the screen, which appears to change him in some way.

In his directorial debut, Ian Mora (Alternate Sound of Life) does an amazing job capturing the essence of “Cold.” The band was approached by Ian several months before the song choice was even decided upon. “When Ian first came to us about directing the video, it was a no brainer,” says Joe Arnold (vocalist). “He had done quite a bit of video work but no music videos yet. However, we know Ian and have been longtime fans of his band Alternate Sound of Life. The guy is an incredible artist whom we admire and we were honored to be approached about this collaboration. We got really excited to see where he was going to take the project.”

Cerebellion has the following shows scheduled in May:

5/1/17 – Black Light District Lounge, Long Beach, CA
5/20/17 – Karman Bar, Laguna Niguel, CA

Background: Critics have compared the band’s sound to Tool, Metallica, Alice in Chains, and Machine Head. Continuing what they started with their debut Inalienable, Cerebellion continues to garner attention with their sophomore effort Regeneration, further solidifying the band’s ability to stand out.

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