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Melbourne, Victoria, Australia | Established. Jan 01, 2007

Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Established on Jan, 2007
Band Rock Alternative




"Musicplayers review"

Review from U.S online mag musicplayers! - Music-Players

"Welcome To The Numb"

http://feedraider.com/item/2010/4/206703659/Welcome-to-the-Numb-In-This-Memory - Feedraider

"Welcome to the Numb receive's alternate FSOTD in May!"

Great news from the world of digital distribution last week for our band Welcome to the Numb (WTTN).
Here's the news! Amazon.com accepted Welcome to the Numb's track "Flood" as an alternative Free Song of the Day for May. This means that it will be merchandised via a link from the weekly MP3 newsletter, and via Amazon's twitter feed. Additionally, songs accepted as alternates for the Free Song of the Day promotion are considered if a previously accepted nominee drops out. It's a big promotion so we'll keep our eyes peeled on the MP3 homepage!
WTTN will release their first project on May 1st. The album will be available at all major digital download sites.

http://www.indiemusicpublicity.net/ - Indie Music Publicity


"I'm very impressed with your songs, vocals, melodies and harmonies but also how well recorded and produced it is! I think "Welcome To The Numb" is the most talented band and has the most potential of any band I've come across! I hope
that somehow we will get to work together...I Love Your Band!"

Ron Nevison
- Legendary Producer Ron Nevison


"Great sound, the programming element is excellently used..great vocals!"

Darin Roche Granville Records.

January 26,2010

"Granville Records has just signed Australian band Welcome to the Numb' this afternoon. We are very excited to begin working with these guys”!

Jeff Barrett Granville Records.

Granville Records - Granville Records


"We love your music!"

Hella Good Records - Hella Good Records

"Welcome To The Numb signs with Granville Records"

Press release:

Australian rock band Welcome to the Numb has recently signed on with Canadian indie label Granville Records. This deal will offer them worldwide digital distribution and promotions. Preparing for the release of their debut album on May 8, 2010, the band will tour extensively throughout Australia to promote both the album, as well as their new video for their first single “In This Memory”.
Their songs are packed with emotionally charged lyrics and memorable hooks, along with heavy guitar and smooth vocals drawing you in and captivating each listener. Their song “Sister”, a captivating and melodic, yet powerful rock song, is one song on this album that is sure to garner attention from industry, and their all around well structured songs and a clean production round out the emotional feel of the album as a whole.
- Inforty Magazine


Debut album 'Songs For Sleepwalkers' released 1st May 2010 with the first single 'In This Memory'. Through all digital networks and through www.welcometothenumb.com.



"I'm not only very impressed with your songs, vocals, melodies and harmonies but also how well recorded and produced it is. I think Welcome to the Numb is the most talented band and has the most potential of any band I've come across and I hope that we will get to work together...I love your band!"...Ron Nevison.

It’s not very often a band can boast a compliment of mass proportions like the compliment made to WTTN by renowned Hollywood producer Ron Nevison. Nevison’s credits include The Rolling Stones, The Who, Led Zeppelin, Kiss, Oozy Osborne, Bad Company, Barbara Streisand, Jefferson Star ship, Chicago, Styx, Heart, Damn Yankees, Thin Lizzy and more. In 2010 Nevison received a "Star" from The Hollywood F.A.M.E. Awards in honour of his lifetime achievement in music production.

Ron Nevison’s view on Welcome to the Numb gave the band a great confidence to push their creative boundaries on their forthcoming debut album Songs for Sleepwalkers. WTTN’s sound demonstrates their take on dark rock, purposeful and confronting yet highlighted with colourful melodies and abundant harmonies.

Welcome to the Numb was formed in 2007 around the nucleus of writers/producers Jim Nash (drums/vocals) and Dave Jones (guitar/vocals) who write music that at times not only pushes the boundaries with confrontational topics, but also gives a difference musically, from the mainstream. 
Since it’s conception, the band has welcomed aboard two more members, Sam McAinch (bass/vocals) and Daniel Romano (guitar/vocals), and now gig frequently around Melbourne.

The Australian rock band’s first written song Forgive reached number 4 and remained top 10 on Australia’s Triple J Unearthed chart for a month. Since then the band went from strength to strength signing a worldwide distribution deal with Granville Records (Canada) in early 2010 and following the signing reached number 22 in the USA on Amazons alternative chart with their song Flood.

In 2011 WTTN garnered attention worldwide with their track In This Memory when it became the soundtrack for the coverage of the Australian Finke Desert Race which aired in Australia on channel 10 ONE HD, reached the playlist of Sirius Satellite Radio in the USA and hit number 1 on Clear Channels iHeart Radio across America.

WTTN received rave reviews and one U.S magazine in particular, Musicplayers, said of their music, “This Australian band has blown away so many stereotypes not only as a band, but also with the amount of enthusiasm and power they pack into their music. Welcome To The Numb not only doesn’t have any visible flaws to their work, but they raise the bar for what “good music” should be measured against. This is a new band to be reckoned with.”

In 2013 major surf company Quiksilver licensed WTTN to promote their brand and WTTN won a $35,000 music video clip, courtesy of MLG & Embassy Entertainment, after a battle of the bands competition called ‘Stage to Screen’, and have shot music videos for Sister, In This Memory, Walls and Die For Me.

Over the last two years Welcome To The Numb secured Australian support shows with major touring acts and Chocolate Starfish and Pseudo Echo garnering the attention of not only music lovers but also their peers.

Currently WTTN are looking forward to producing and recording their latest catalogue of new material.

Band Members