Wasting Days
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Wasting Days

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Ignorace and Atrophy, and Waste were both aired on a local Radio Station KMJX on Jan 22nd that received much praise from the public. Paperface's song "Temple" has won many awards on www.garageband.com including Track of the day.


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Wasting Days is a relatively new band with a rather unique sound. Even so, no band is safe from comparison. Who does Wasting Days get compared to? Incubus, A Perfect Circle, Crossfade, Nickelback, and The Red Hot Chili Peppers seem to be the most common. The band classifies its sound as modern rock with elements of funk and folk. Who is Wasting Days? John Quick-Percussion/samples, Gil Comeaux-bass/samples, Nik Knight-guitars/synth/sonic absurdities, Matt Elliott-vocals/guitars. The band has been busy since its inception, here's the run down: Wasting Days was established in August of 2005. That same month, the band began working with Razor Sharp Promotions, and was featured on the September 2005 FMQB sampler with Biohazard. Wasting Days also released their debut album, "Ignorance and Atrophy" in September of 2005. The band continues to tour and support that album within the midsouth region. The band and the album have been gaining attention through an online presence at sites such as "My Space" and "Garageband Band" where the band has received awards for "Song of the Day", "Song of the Week", "Most Original" and "Best Production". They have also been spreading the word through P2P servers like Lime Wire and with the help of Bandpromote.com and Razor Ray, interest keeps growing. The band has also began a radio campaign with college, corporate, and local stations. Currently, the band is in rotation at clear channel stations in Little Rock and Baton Rouge, college stations throughout Arkansas and spreading, and local stations in Arkansas and the New England area. The band can also be found on ichannelmusic.com, an online station out of St. Louis. Wasting Days took a break from touring through Janauary to write songs for the next album, the self released album "Ignorance and Atrophy" is pushing a little over 1100 sold copies with most of those being purchased through the bands website via paypal and the bands live shows. The next album "Everything Ends" is set to release August of 2006. Thirteen tracks have already been written. All recording and engineering is being done by the band's production company/studio, Thin Tin Productions. The band has also released an unofficial music video. Bassist Gil Comeaux created the video for a class project, local reception was well, so the band posted it on their website where it sparked political debate on local talk radio and continues to get attention as popularity grows.