OUR LAST NIGHT Signs With EPITAPH RECORDS

Epitaph Records has announced the signing of New Hampshire-based rock/hardcore/screamo group OUR LAST NIGHT.

Having just begun to make a name for themselves throughout the East Coast, the group is planning to expand their horizons this spring with the release of their debut album on Epitaph.

Inspired by hardcore and metal, OUR LAST NIGHT delivers an onslaught of taut thrashing riffs and intense hardcore breakdowns that meld perfectly with lush melodic landscapes and soaring, irresistibly catchy choruses. Sharp technical precision meets raw inspiration on songs like the addictive "Escape", which is currently streaming at Epitaph.com.

OUR LAST NIGHT, which consists of Trevor Wentworth (growls), Matt Wentworth (guitar, melodic vocals), Alex "Woody" Woodrow (bass), Colin Perry (guitar) and Tim Molloy (drums), was formed in 2004 by childhood friends who were fed up with merely jamming and playing cover songs. With only a few live performances under their belt, OUR LAST NIGHT entered the studio shortly afterwards to record their first EP, "We've Been Holding Back". Vigorous live performances helped the band earn respect and fans throughout the New England area and by 2005 they entered the studio to record their next EP, "Building Cities From Scratch". In the summer of 2007, after being impressed by their self-made demos, owner and president of Epitaph Records, Brett Gurewitz, came calling and invited the band to join the label.

"From the very fist note of the demo I was blown away by the sophistication of their writing and the technical playing which belies their young age," said Gurewitz. "Add to that the control and range of Matt's stellar singing voice and I was sold."

Currently meeting with producers and writing new songs, OUR LAST NIGHT plans to debut their first full length album in spring of 2008.

For more information, visit www.myspace.com/ourlastnight.

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