EAT THE DAY: No Press Leaks Until Album Release Time

EAT THE DAY, the new group led by former LIMP BIZKIT guitarist Wes Borland, are refusing to name their recently-recruited frontman as they continue work on their debut album, due for release through Interscope in summer 2003.

The following is the group's latest posting on their official website at

"We're rehearsing and spending lots of quality time with _______. The songs are really starting to come together. Things will be happening very quickly for us now. We won't be revealing much about anything. There will not be much out press wise until album release time. Sorry that we're not giving you much to talk about, but we've got to keep our pants up for the time being. Once again, the singer has been found. Please don't send in anymore demos. We will see you all in the summer of 2003, and we'll keep updating the news section with somewhat meaning bits of jabber like this one. Take care everyone. EAT THE DAY."


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