TODAY IS THE DAY frontman Steve Austin — a renowned producer who has worked with LAMB OF GOD, CONVERGE, JELLO BIAFRA and many more —has officially launched his new label, Supernova Records.

Initially founded in order to properly release TODAY IS THE DAY material, Supernova has released DVDs of live shows from 1995 and 1996, as well as reissuing a remastered version of TODAY IS THE DAY's "Willpower" record, previously released on Amphetamine Reptile Records. In addition to this, Supernova Records is an outlet for Steve Austin's side project TAIPAN. TAIPAN's debut album, entitled "1002: A Rock Odyssey", saw its release via the Supernova Records web site in May of 2006.

TAIPAN consists of Steve Austin on guitars/vocals, Chris Debari of TODAY IS THE DAY on bass, and Patrick Kennedy on drums.

More Supernova Records releases are slated for the near future, including a reissue of 1993's "Supernova", a second TAIPAN record, and "Axis of Eden", TODAY IS THE DAY's new studio album.


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