The Veer Union was formed in late 2004 by vocalist Crispin and guitarist Eric. Originally from Port Alberni, BC, the two longtime friends surprisingly found themselves living as neighbors: "we knew each other previously because we had played in bands together. We were both living out of our rehearsal studios in downtown East Vancouver," recalls Crispin. At the time Crispin was the front man of Everything After, where creative differences led to his departure. Crispin was gaining attention as a songwriter with credits on Motley Crue's drummer Tommy Lee's solo CD Tommyland: The Ride.
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The Veer Union is a Canadian rock band from Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. They have released three studio albums, Time to Break the Spell (2006), Against the Grain (2009), and Divide the Blackened Sky (2012). As of March, 2013, the band is recording new music for a forthcoming EP, Life Support Part 1, which they expect to release sometime in 2013.