Some Never Sleep
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Some Never Sleep

Gilbert, Arizona, United States | SELF

Gilbert, Arizona, United States | SELF
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1. Wallflower's Dance (2006)
2. Letters (2006)
3. A Heart So Abruptly Stopped (2006)
4. Martyr (2007)
5. Negative Increment (2007)
6. Lacuna (2008)
7. Lacuna (2009)
8. The Sacrificial (2009)


The Villain EP (2007)
1. The Beginning Falls
2. Beneath Truthful Lies
3. And The Synchronicity
4. Between Us and I

The Omission of Time (2009)
1. The Construct, The Arc
2. Blossoms to Brimstone
3. The Dance of Armageddon
4. Atlas to Ruins
5. Edifice of Truth
6. The Whitest Lies


This One's For The Underdogs (2008)
Darfur Benefit (2009)




Some Never Sleep's music is a blend of many different influences and styles. Often using three guitars, their music is described as "full" and "busy". The band has a strong focus on melody, often intertwining multiple guitar and vocal melodies at once.


Some Never Sleep was formed in early 2006. Their first show was played in May of 2006 at The Brickhouse in Phoenix, Arizona with their original line up featuring Nick Whitaker (Vocals), Jeff Tretta (Guitar), Travis Laux (Guitar/Keyboard/Programming), Kyle Greenwood (Guitar), Nick Monroy (Bass), and Josh Cutler (Drums). They recorded a three song demo including: "Wallflower's Dance", "Letters", and "A Heart So Abruptly Stopped" at The Conservatory of Recording Arts[2] in Tempe, Arizona. This line up continued until November 2006. At this time, the band parted with Nick Whitaker and Jeff Tretta. Matthew Romero was brought in to fulfill lead vocal and guitar duties[3]. In early 2007, Kyle Greenwood was replaced by Scott Ewing and the band recorded a demo with this line up consisting of the songs "Negative Increment" and "Martyr". Soon after, Kevin Birmingham replaced Nick Monroy on bass. The current line up played their first show on August 24, 2007 at The Cell Block in Gilbert, Arizona. Also in August 2007, the band entered Villain Studios[4] and recorded their debut EP with Byron Filson. The EP was released in mid-September of 2007. The band returned to Avalon studios in 2009 and recorded the next group of songs that would later become The Omission of Time. The album was released in 2010. In June of 2010, Matthew Romero announced that he would be leaving the band to pursue his other musical interests. The band has since continued on as a 4 piece.

The Villain EP

In August of 2007, Some Never Sleep recorded their debut EP at Villain Studios with Byron Filson. The EP featured four connected tracks and clocked in at around 13 minutes and 12 seconds. The EP showcased the band's aggressive sound mixed with melodic structures and electronic programming. The EP was released in mid-September of 2007. The EP received favorable reviews.
[edit] The Omission of Time EP

The Omission of Time EP was recorded in June of 2009 at Avalon Audio[5] in Mesa, Arizona. The EP features 6 tracks and was scheduled to be released in late 2009. Due to complications it was released in digital format on February 18th 2010.


Some Never Sleep finished in the top 3 of the 2007 MTV2 On The Rise competition[6]. They were also one of the Arizona winners of the 2008 Ernie Ball Battle of the Bands[7] competition and played the Ernie Ball Stage at the Phoenix date of the 2008 Warped Tour[8].