This Day and Age

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For the 1933 Cecil B. DeMille-directed film of the same title, see This Day and Age (film).
This Day and Age
Origin Buffalo, New York, United States
Genres Indie rock
Years active 2001–2006
Labels One Eleven Records
Website www.thisdayandagemusic.com/
Members Jeff Martin
Joseph Secchiaroli
Steven Padin
Kelly Sciandra
Michael Carroll
Past members Kenneth Campbell
Peter Arcara

This Day and Age was a band from Tonawanda, a suburb of Buffalo, New York, signed to One Eleven Records.

History[edit]

This Day and Age formed in 2001, and released their debut full-length, Start Over on Monday, in 2002.[1] They signed to One Eleven Records later in 2002.[2] Their debut album, Always Leave the Ground, was released on the label in 2004. The release of the album was followed by tours with Mae and The Spill Canvas, as well as appearances on the Warped Tour.[3] Soon after this, bassist Kenneth Campbell left the group and was replaced by Joey Secchiaroli.[2] Shortly after the release of their 2006 album The Bell and the Hammer,[4][5][6] it was announced that the band would be on hiatus as Jeff Martin went on to teach at a school called Renaissance Academy.[1] In late 2006, the remaining four members of the band announced that they would regroup in a new musical pursuit, now known as The Reign of Kindo. Martin has since become a member of a new band, Pompton Lakes. Their debut album, "Rest," was released on iTunes and Amazon radio on October 30th, 2012, with a video for single, "Home," also released.

Members[edit]

Current members[edit]

  • Jeff Martin – Vocals/Guitar
  • Joseph Secchiaroli – Bass/Vocals
  • Steven Padin – Drums
  • Kelly Sciandra – Piano
  • Michael Carroll – Guitar

Former Members[edit]

  • Kenneth Campbell – Bass (2003-2005)
  • Peter Arcara – Bass (2001-2003; 2005)[7]

Discography[edit]

Albums[edit]

Title Release Date Label
Start Over On Monday Summer 2002 Independent
Always Leave the Ground September 7, 2004 One Eleven Records
The Bell and the Hammer August 22, 2006 One Eleven Records

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