Days Of The New Tickets
|Days Of The New Tickets|
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Grand Prairie, TX
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New York, NY
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Rock bands can never go out-dated as the popularity of rock is growing day by day. Days of the New is a world music rock band that gives the best of rock to many of its viewers worldwide.
The band was started in Charlestown, Indiana in 1995 and was later relocated to Louisville, Kentucky. The band consists of vocalist/guitarist Travis Meeks and a variety of supporting musicians.
With hit singles like Touch, Peel and Stand and Shelf In The Room on their credit, Days Of The New has given some irresistible musical pieces to the world of hard rock.
The band began as a hard rock/metal trio called Dead Reckoning, with Meeks, Matt Taul, and Jesse Vest. They later changed the name of the band to Days of the New and added guitarist Todd Whitener.
The band recorded their debut album in 1996. It was released in 1997 and sold over 1.5 million copies worldwide. This eponymous album was referred to as Orange or Yellow after the color of the disc and liner notes.
Songs like Touch, Peel and Stand, The Down Town, and Shelf in the Room became instant hits and topped the charts for a long while. Touch, Peel and Stand was #1 on Billboard's Rock Chart for consecutive seventeen weeks while The Down Town and Shelf in the Room were each top 40 hits.
Days of the New began touring for small shows shortly after releasing their debut album. They toured with Metallica and Jerry Cantrell starting in West Palm Beach, Florida on June 24, 1998 and following in other places as well.
With this came reports of internal problems in the band as MTV reported a brawl between the band members. Although they never made it public but it was finally confirmed in February 1999 that the band indeed split up.
Meeks formed a new band of the same name while Todd Whitener, Matt Taul, and Jesse Vest formed C14 that was later renamed Tantric.
The second album of the band and first one after the break up was released on August 31, 1999. The album was titled Days of the New, but was often referred to as Green.
The album introduced a variety of different styles with many of the songs contained intros and codas to flawlessly carry into the next song. Critics gave good reviews to Green, and it was sold around 450,000 copies.
The lead single, Enemy, became a major hit while its follow up, Weapon and the Wound met marginal success as well. Days Of The New toured different places to support the album.
Days Of The New returned to the studio in early 2000 where they recorded an album till July. This third album also became successful as it incorporated aspects of the previous two albums.
All the songs contained the inescapable energy combined with orchestral interludes and grasping vocals. Keeping the tradition alive, this album was also called Days of the New or Red. One single from the album, Hang On to This, deserves especial mention as it charted fairly well on all the charts.
It also became the most added song on rock radio on the week it was released. The band again toured the nation in order to promote their work.
Today, Days Of The New is regarded as one of the most rocking bands of the Rock music.With the release of their first compilation disc, Days of the New:The Definitive Collection early in 2008, Days of the New are all set to give more entertainment to their fans across the globe through music and live concerts. Watch out for them as they may be performing in an area near you!