Life Without Warning
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Life Without Warning

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"NJ NOTES Review 5/2008"

<a href="" target="_blank"><img src="" border="0" alt="Photobucket"></a> - The Aquarian

"Jersey Stock Show Review"

[Life without warning]
Confession is a unique song, but emo lyrically. Overall, it is well done- I love the piano playing, the drums enhance the vox which has soulful control and range. I love the hard intro on Last Chance. The guitar playing impresses me, and I love the hooks like, “We need to rise up.” “Rain of Chaos,” is my favorite. It has a standard rock sound, but I LOVE the intro, the guitar solo, and the build up to the final refrain. The bottom line: solid guitar playing, lyrics with soul—nice juxtaposition between the two grabs my attention and holds it. -

"Stone Sour"

The first band up was a local band, Life Without Warning. As they hit the stage not many were rushing to the front, but after their first song they began to get some attention. With a very classical rock feel, fans one by one began to gravitate towards the stage. In the middle of their set list lead singer Deja hosted a guitar battle between the band's two guitarists. For a local band they caught the audience's attention better then most other opening acts I've seen. - September 12 - September 19, 2007 Vol. 2-416 of The Aquarian.

"Bodog Audition Rd."

Life Without Warning made us ask, "Can you say rock? Rock!" These guys came out from the staring gate with a mission. Good vocals and all around musical tightness. - Bodog Music - October 13th, 2007 North Star, Philadelphia


From Beginning to End- released Summer of 2009
Last Chance- Played on 105.5 WDHA with Lindsey Klien homegrown spotlight. Played on 95.9 Wrat Steve Hook Jersey Rock 3 days in a row!
Tu Dios- Played on 95.9 Jersey Rock with Steve Hook.



“Live your life, without warning. Take a chance and don’t look back.”

This Clifton, New Jersey, USA- based ambient rock metal band was formed in July of 2006 by David “D.e.j.a.” Marin (Born 7 May 1986, Cartago, Costa Rica; vocals and piano), Andrew “Rocking” Rohloff (Born 18 February 1986, Paterson, New Jersey; bass), Danny “Tru-Luv” Begley (Born 27 May 1987, West Milford, New Jersey; guitar), Pat “Poose” Mosca (Born 3 July 1987, West Milford, New Jersey; drums), and in 2008, with the addition of Zack “aka” Kenworthy (Born 12 November 1988, Wanaque, New Jersey; guitar), Life Without Warning was born.
The five man line-up quickly began playing shows at local clubs and bars around the New Jersey and New York area where they unleashed their collective psyche not only through their songs, but also through live shows.
On August 24th, 2007, the band would adopt a second home in Sayreville, New Jersey. Starland Ballroom singled out Life Without Warning to open for Sydonia, and headliners, Stone Sour. Since then the guys have been asked to come back and open for other groups such as 10 Years, Papa Roach, Shinedown, Halestorm, Pop Evil, and Theory of a Deadman.
With the blending of eclectic and individual musical backgrounds, David, Andrew, Danny, Pat, and Zack generate a fusion of sounds that tell a story. Whether depicting war and unity, or personal demons and love, their songs are universally appealing, drawing a diverse audience while leaving anyone hungry for more.
Life Without Warning will independently release their debut album, “From Beginning To End,” set for distribution the summer of 2009. The bands first single, “Last Chance,” along with another hit single, “Tu Dios,” have already been getting air play on radio stations throughout New Jersey.
In addition to a collection of many major accomplishments, most in which bands this early in their lifetime have never experienced, Life Without Warning has plenty of substance to fill their resume. For the guys of Life Without Warning, their journey has just begun…