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PURPLE DOOR 2003 INTERVIEW
cMW: I am sure many people know by now that you have signed a mainstream record deal. Of course, that brings up the question in people's minds, "Is that going to change your music?" So, what is different and/or the same with Pillar going mainstream?
Kalel: Pretty much everything is exactly the same on our end, nothing has changed. We played some mainstream shows before we were on the See Spot Rock tour. We have done some club dates way before when we were indies still. We will play anywhere. We have always had that motto. We will play anywhere, any place. We don't care. Because our message in our hearts and everything we stand for is going to stay the same no matter where we go. Read full interview...

MEMBERS
Rob Beckley (vocals)
Lester Estelle (drums)
Noah Henson (guitars)
Kalel (bass)

NEWS
[an error occurred while processing this directive] DISCOGRAPHY
Where Do We Go From Here - Click to view! WHERE DO WE GO FROM HERE (2004)
So the other day I got my pre-ordered, autographed copy of Pillar's latest, Where Do We Go From Here. I've been waiting two long, long years since their last album, 2002's Fireproof, and a lot can happen in two years. Some bands form, release an album and burn-out in less time than that. Following a second lineup change that sees Lester Estelle replace former drummer Brad Noone, Pillar emerges from the studio like a bear after hibernation and makes a simple, but powerful, statement to the world: "We're back." Read full review...

Broken Down - Click to view!
BROKEN DOWN (2003) EP
The fans needed something new, so Pillar delivered. This EP features a number of live acoustic tracks as wellas a studio acoustic of "Further From Myself" and the first version of "Bring Me Down".

Fireproof (Remixed) - Click to view!
FIREPROOF (REMIXED) (2003)
Pillar gets a major-label deal with MCA and this version hits stores in early 2003. It features remixed versions of "Fireproof", "Indivisible", "Echelon", and many other good songs.

On The Road All Day Everday - Click to view!
ON THE ROAD ALL DAY EVERYDAY (2002) DVD
The ultimate fan item, this 45-minute documentary brings viewers behind the scenes with the band as their Fireproof disc blew up and they brought their message to the masses. This DVD also includes their first music video, "Open Your Eyes" plus more features.

Fireproof - Click to view!
FIREPROOF (2002)
The original Flicker release didn't have the amazing mixes and wide distribution of its later version, but it's the rare one only the original Pillar fans have.

Above - Click to view!
ABOVE (2000)
Pillar's debut was no as polished as subsequent releases but introduced music fans to their music through songs like "Live For Him", "Open Your Eyes", and "Original Superman".

LINKS
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