EAT THE DAY: Debut CD Begins To Take Shape!

EAT THE DAY, the new group led by former LIMP BIZKIT guitarist Wes Borland, are hard at work on their much-anticipated debut album, which is currently being written and recorded in Los Angeles for a mid-2002 release, according to an update posted at Drummer Greg Isabella had reportedly flown to Wes' L.A. home in late November to start laying down his drum and percussion tracks, while Borland, brother Scott (guitar) and Kyle Weeks (samples/DJ) have been laying down their own contributions on a regular basis. In addition, Wes and Scott are said to have been attending vocal lessons a couple times a week prior to the recording of the vocal tracks, which is not due to take place until after the holidays.


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