Official press release:
Boston-based rock outfit Daybreaker will team up with Escapist Records for their debut release, "The Northbound Trains" EP. The band, which is comprised of seasoned veterans of the Northeast hardcore and punk scene - including members of With Honor and Ambitions - have recently completed the tracking for the release at Getaway Group Recording Studios.
In regards to the sound of Daybreaker, guitarist Jeffrey Aust states "While I still enjoy hardcore/punk music, this band has given me a new excitement for playing guitar and the opportunity to showcase some of my other influences that didn't show through in previous bands, while still taking with me the do it yourself work ethic."
"This is the band I've wanted to be in since I was a kid," states vocalist/guitarist Dan Rose, "and we're ready to work for it. The days of the A&R guy offering new bands a recording contract in the back of a smoky club are pretty much over. For a band to get noticed these days you have to dedicate the hours and write good and sincere songs, otherwise kids will see right through you. We're ready to do both."
"The Northbound Trains" EP will be available on vinyl as well as a digital release. The release will contain seven songs, three of which are re-recorded from the band's demo, in addition to four brand new songs, including an acoustic track. All vinyl will come with a digital download for all songs.
A late-summer release is currently being eyed; pre-orders will be launched in the near future. In the meantime, a brand new Daybreaker shirt is currently available through the Escapist Records Webstore.
Daybreaker recently completed successful regional touring alongside Soul Control, Hostage Calm, Make Do And Mend, and other friends and has plans to tour extensively throughout the year.
A demo version of the song "Lanterns" can be streamed online at the band's Myspace page.
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