Formed in 2007 as a solo project by frontman/guitarist Rick Maguire, Pile released the raw "Demonstration" a lo-fi recording showcasing Maguire's knack for songwriting. "Jerk Routine" followed in 2009, an eclectic album once again written and performed by Maguire. That summer found PILE expanding to a trio, as drummer Kris Kuss and bassist Matt Becker became the band's dynamic rhythm section. In the fall of 2010, the band self-released "Magic Isn't Real," a genuine masterpiece that has inspired a growing obsession in the band all across the country. Shortly after the release of the record, Becker left the band to focus on his growing family, while Matt Connery was brought in as the band's new permanent bassist. Ready to make an impact, they did just that and hit the road, organizing their own tours resulting in over 100 shows in the past year to ecstatic and rowdy audiences across the country! This fall saw the release of the "Big Web Seven Inch" single, comprised of three tracks recorded during the "Magic Isn't Real" sessions. Head over to the band's official Bandcamp page where you can stream and download all of the band's music. While Boston will also be home, the band is eager to hit the road and expand their rapidly growing audience.