Releasing his debut album, "Laughing In The Face Of Death", Kevin McClure went under the moniker "Unscene Patrol". The only permament member of the band, McClure has been reputed for his on-stage presence and musical originality. If you haven't had a chance to see Unscene Patrol live, you should take the time to make it to the next performance.
"The name 'Unscene Patrol' actually was birthed while I was working as a security guard at Oak View Mall in Omaha, Nebraska," says Kevin McClure, "I was thinking about how in my job I spent a lot of time in the back halls, not really working, but if anybody asked, I was patrolling that area for the moment. Then I realized that I was patrolling off-scene. The name came first as Off-Scene Patrol, but I didn't think that was quite original enough, so I went for Unseen Patrol and then settled on changing the spelling to Unscene, sort of how The Beatles spelled their name differently. The idea that there is a greater being watching us, taking care of us, and looking after us, but we can't really see Him is the central point of this name."
The full-length debut album "Laughing In The Face Of Death" is scheduled for a May/June 2011 release.
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