The Company Band
|The Company Band|
The Company Band
|Associated acts||Clutch, CKY, Fireball Ministry, Puny Human, Fu Manchu|
|Website||The Company Band on Myspace|
Rev. James Rota
|Past members||Jason Diamond|
Formation and Sign Here, Here and Here
Founded by Margera, Rota and Bone in 2006, The Company Band originally formed as an outlet for friends to jam together. Their initial recordings were laid down for the band's 2008's EP "Sign Here, Here, And Here". It quickly sold through its limited pressing and has continued to be a popular digital seller since the release. Restricted Release later pressed it on a special ten-inch available exclusively through the label's Amazon store. The vinyl pressing features exclusive artwork and is hand-numbered; limited to 1,000 copies.
"The Company Band" album
The Company Band released their full-length debut on November 10 via Restricted Release. This however was on digital download only, the CD follows on November 17. The self-titled effort was recorded in 2009 in Los Angeles and teamed the band with producer/engineer Andrew Alekel. A special digital-only single preceded the full-length CD, featuring the album track "It's A Confusing World" with an exclusive cover of Bachman–Turner Overdrive's "Not Fragile". The single was made available through digital music outlets.
"Ride the Bull"
On July 19, 2011 Jess Margera confirmed that The Company Band would be releasing a new EP titled Ride the Bull in 2011. However, this never materialized.
"Pros & Cons"
It was announced on June 7, 2012 that The Company Band would release Pros & Cons, a new five-track EP, on July 31 via Weathermaker Music.
- Sign Here, Here and Here EP (2007)
- The Company Band (2009)
- It's a Confusing World / Not Fragile digital single (2009)
- Pros & Cons EP (2012)
- "THE COMPANY BAND To Release 'Pros & Cons' EP In July". Legacy.roadrunnerrecords.com. Retrieved 2012-06-08.
- Metal File, Chris Harris, MTV.com, August 3, 2007.
- The Company Band—Putting Finishing Touches on 'Sign Here, Here and Here' EP, Blabbermouth.net, October 15, 2007.
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