Music Fans

Join OurStage to discover and listen to new music from great indie artists.

Login or sign up
 

Artists

Get exposure building your fan base and selling music.

Find opportunities through our competitions.

Artist Sign Up
 

 

 

Video Playback Error

The Adobe Flash Player is required to watch videos on this page

PlayAnthem

by Ministry of Zen

A song the questions if we have accountability of our actions and words we say.
Uploaded: April 5, 2010
Duration: 2m 33s
 

Comments for Anthem

Portrait of Ana Suite
this song is well recorded. sounds very generic. once again like ive stated in numerous posts music needs to progress. ive heard these sounds to many times

Portrait of Shaylam
and bump

Portrait of Shaylam
Wow, Doug…REALLY

You know something, I feel kinda sorry for you and don’t want to waste any more of my time on the issue… write your own stuff, stop lying, stop using people and you might actually make some real friends and find success. Give up sleeping around and you might keep a girl happy for a while too..

Just thought I would wave goodbye and move into the distance…. but will part with specifics of your own words over the past couple of years…

1) The Rhythm section of Kurtis Kopp (Drums) and Greg (Bass) are so solid and in sync that these “Brothers by Different Mothers” could have been separated at birth. The vocal harmonies of MOZ are contributed by elite guitarists John Paskal and Doug Robb who trade catchy and creative hooks continuously driving the band to ever greater heights

2) The Rhythm section of Chris Wright (Drums) and Jeff Daigneault (Bass) are so solid and in sync that these "Brothers by Different Mothers" could have been separated at birth. The vocal harmonies of MOZ are contributed by elite guitarists Joel Taggart and Ian Van Oosterhout who trade catchy and creative hooks continuously driving the band to ever greater heights.

3) The Rhythm section of ? (Drums) and John Turnbull (Bass) are so solid and in sync that these “Brothers by Different Mothers” could have been separated at birth. The vocal harmonies of MOZ are contributed by elite guitarists Chet Matthews and ? who trade catchy and creative hooks continuously driving the band to ever greater heights


Portrait of Shaylam
and take 3 (well it's really take 11...13....14) but I am sure people will get the idea...

Redefining the shape of new music, Ministry of Zen takes their cues from decades of great hard rock music while infusing modern radio rock influences to produce something undeniably fresh. This dynamic 5pc. Project writes nothing but guitar-driven, melodic songs that gets fans singing along even when they don’t know the words. The Band’s “real rock” sound is enhanced with clever harmonies, and is rife with both vocal and instrumental hooks. Ministry of Zen is a band that cannot be ignored

Lead by the powerful and range less vocals of Front Man Doug Robb, recognized as being among Canada’s premier vocalists, song lyrics tell real life stories that resonate strongly with rock music lovers. The Rhythm section of Kurtis Kopp (Drums) and Greg (Bass) are so solid and in sync that these “Brothers by Different Mothers” could have been separated at birth. The vocal harmonies of MOZ are contributed by elite guitarists John Paskal and Doug Robb who trade catchy and creative hooks continuously driving the band to ever greater heights

Committed to capture their live sound with their recorded product, Ministry of Zen entered Mole Studios in the Fall of 2007 and engaged the visionary mind of Producer/Engineer Rainer Weichman. Some 6 months later, MOZ emerged with the results they had been hoping for, and their debut album, “Unanalyzed” was complete. Said Robb “We went into this whole process wanting to capture our live sound and we are extremely pleased with what we got. So many bands today use fill in musicians, samples, and other gimmicks and then leave fans disappointed when the live music doesn’t come close, and we just aren’t about that”. What you hear and what you see is exactly what you get with Ministry of Zen; inspired music you can really rock out to

Armed with their new Album, Ministry of Zen is now on a collision course with destiny as they bring their MASSIVE LIVE SHOW to ever further reaching markets. 2009 included the release of their first single to commercial radio, a summer cross-Canada tour and taking the stage night after night to win real music lovers. If you do nothing else this year, check out Ministry of Zen and become a fan for life

All booking/promotion and any other inquiries regarding Ministry of Zen should be directed to: The Next Level Entertainment Kristen Cholak Kristen@tnlec.com Paul Husband Paul@tnlec.com Tel: 780-475-0333 Fax: 780-475-0369 Web: www.tnlec.com

Portrait of Shaylam
Hmmmmmmmm deja vu

Redefining the shape of new music, Ministry of Zen takes their cues from decades of great hard rock music while infusing modern radio rock influences to produce something undeniably fresh. This dynamic 5pc. Project writes nothing but guitar-driven, melodic songs that gets fans singing along even when they don't know the words. The Band's "real rock" sound is enhanced with clever harmonies, and is rife with both vocal and instrumental hooks. Ministry of Zen is a band that cannot be ignored. Lead by the powerful and range less vocals of Front Man Doug Robb, recognized as being among Canada's premier vocalists, song lyrics tell real life stories that resonate strongly with rock music lovers. The Rhythm section of Chris Wright (Drums) and Jeff Daigneault (Bass) are so solid and in sync that these "Brothers by Different Mothers" could have been separated at birth. The vocal harmonies of MOZ are contributed by elite guitarists Joel Taggart and Ian Van Oosterhout who trade catchy and creative hooks continuously driving the band to ever greater heights. Committed to capture their live sound with their recorded product, Ministry of Zen entered Mole Studios in the Fall of 2007 and engaged the visionary mind of Producer/Engineer Rainer Weichman. Some 6 months later, MOZ emerged with the results they had been hoping for, and their debut album, "Unanalyzed" was complete. Said Robb "We went into this whole process wanting to capture our live sound and we are extremely pleased with what we got. So many bands today use fill in musicians, samples, and other gimmicks and then leave fans disappointed when the live music doesn't come close, and we just aren't about that". What you hear and what you see is exactly what you get with Ministry of Zen; inspired music you can really rock out to. Armed with their new Album, Ministry of Zen is now on a collision course with destiny as they bring their MASSIVE LIVE SHOW to ever further reaching markets. Plans for 2009 include the release of their first single to commercial radio, a summer cross-Canada tour and taking the stage night after night to win real music lovers. If you do nothing else this year, check out Ministry of Zen and become a fan for life.

Portrait of Shaylam
You don't even change what you say about the band....

Redefining the shape of new music, Ministry of Zen takes their cues from decades of great hard rock music while infusing modern radio rock influences to produce something undeniably fresh. This dynamic 5pc. Project writes nothing but guitar-driven, melodic songs that gets fans singing along even when they don’t know the words. The Band’s “real rock” sound is enhanced with clever harmonies, and is rife with both vocal and instrumental hooks. Ministry of Zen is a band that cannot be ignored

Lead by the powerful and range less vocals of Front Man Doug Robb, recognized as being among Canada’s premier vocalists, song lyrics tell real life stories that resonate strongly with rock music lovers. The Rhythm section of ? (Drums) and John Turnbull (Bass) are so solid and in sync that these “Brothers by Different Mothers” could have been separated at birth. The vocal harmonies of MOZ are contributed by elite guitarists Chet Matthews and ? who trade catchy and creative hooks continuously driving the band to ever greater heights

Committed to capture their live sound with their recorded product, Ministry of Zen entered Mole Studios in the Fall of 2007 and engaged the visionary mind of Producer/Engineer Rainer Weichman. Some 6 months later, MOZ emerged with the results they had been hoping for, and their debut album, “Unanalyzed” was complete. Said Robb “We went into this whole process wanting to capture our live sound and we are extremely pleased with what we got. So many bands today use fill in musicians, samples, and other gimmicks and then leave fans disappointed when the live music doesn’t come close, and we just aren’t about that”. What you hear and what you see is exactly what you get with Ministry of Zen; inspired music you can really rock out to

Armed with their new Album, Ministry of Zen is now on a collision course with destiny as they bring their MASSIVE LIVE SHOW to ever further reaching markets. Plans for 2008 include the release of their first single to commercial radio, a summer cross-Canada tour and taking the stage night after night to win real music lovers. If you do nothing else this year, check out Ministry of Zen and become a fan for life

All booking/promotion and any other inquiries regarding Ministry of Zen should be directed to: The Next Level Entertainment Kristen Cholak Kristen@tnlec.com Paul Husband Paul@tnlec.com Tel: 780-475-0333 Fax: 780-475-0369 Web: www.tnlec.com

Picture
Good tune guys...my only problem is a little short...other than that...#1

Portrait of shaunjefferson
Don't know about all this personal stuff on your page but your music is absolute garbage. You need to go back to school and learn a trade dude.

Portrait of Shaylam
Hey Doug, someone else just got in touch with me and told me that all your songs belong to Rich.... he wrote everything and died in 2008, how the hell can you live with yourself trying to pass this stuff off as your own? This bar owner hates you more than anyone so far (me included).... wow, does he hate you.... says he will do anything he can to make sure you never work in the London area again.... well at least not making any money doing it....

Portrait of Shaylam
Hmmmm, well I asked Rob and Ian and it is not them.... I would love to know who you are.... who is left from the band that all quit....Jeff.... Chris.... Sasha (sp?), or is it Dana (sp?), geez there really are a lot of people that don't like this guy. I kinda feel sorry for him now

More About The Artist

Portrait of Ministry of Zen
Ministry of Zen
 
 
iAnEAqqqq