The Early November Reunite & Sign to New Label
One of the best bands from the early 2000s emo/rock secene have reunited and signed with Rise Records!
The Early November established their place as front runners in the music scene back in 2002 with their EP For All of This — released on the most well known label at the time, Drive-Thru records. From there, the band toured and released their first full-length album; The Room’s Too Cold, gaining attention for the young band. In 2006 they released a triple album, The Mother, The Mechanic, The Path; which did very well on the Billboard charts. Then suddenly in 2007 via their official site the band announced they would take a hiatus. Bummer.
Since then they did play a few one offs here and there and hinted at a reunion, but today it was officially announced they would not only be reunited, but will have new music out in the spring of 2012.
We are pleased to announce that after a few years of rest and even longer since last recording, The Early November will be making another record to be released by the fine folks at Rise Records. Our very own Ace Enders will be recording and producing and even in these early stages, we are all incredibly excited and happy. Look for it and much more of The Early November in 2012. From the bottom of our collective heart, thank you all for the support all these years. It’s truly overwhelming.
If this is all news to you and you have never checked out The Early November, I can say they are one of my favorite bands from the early 2000s and you can check out the music video below to familiarize yourself.
This is excellent news and I hope to catch them live, finally!