The Veer Union burst onto the scene with their major label debut album 'Against the Grain' and scored a top ten hit with the lead single 'Seasons'. Now that they're at work on the follow-up, the band decided to give fans the opportunity to get their real debut album: 2006's 'Time to Break the Spell'.

Things have been relatively quiet from The Veer Union camp these days, most likely because they are recording their new album 'Divide the Blackened Sky'. In January the band held a contest for fans to submit cover art for the disc, so a release date should be forthcoming soon. In a recent interview with RockEdition.com, singer Crispin Earl said they were eyeing the first week of November to drop the new single.

Until then the band is re-releasing their 2006 album 'Time to Break the Spell' via iTunes to keep their fans occupied. The album never recieved a nationwide release, the band recorded 2009's 'Against the Grain' after getting signed to Universal.

The band also released a lyric video for the song 'I Will Remain', an early track that shows the band's affinity for bands like Alice in Chains and Sevendust. Recorded when they were known simply as 'Veer', 'I Will Remain' echoes of the songs they would later record for 'Against the Grain'.