Volcano Not Stopping The Wagner Logic
The volcano has been erupting daily for the past several days, spitting a plume of smoke, and ash over 40,000 feet in the air.To the minute updates can be found at the national weather service website www.nws.noaa.gov.
Band co-founder James Glaves about the conditions:"It's been a tough winter, we had a stretch where it was 30 degrees below zero for 3 weeks in a row, and now this volcano is blowing up right outside our window, and we can't even drive our cars to the store to get snacks because of the ash. The recording is going exceptionally well though, regardless of the environmental hazards".
The Wagner Logic's debut album "Easiest To Grab" garnered excitable reviews and peaked at #153 on the riyl.com radio charts in December of 2007 with extensive radio play thanks to in part by radio promotional company Team Clermont, and by a slew of ravenous fans requesting the band relentlessly at nearly every radio college radio station in America.
As a sign of good faith to their fans The Wagner Logic are offering a sneak peak to their as of yet untitled sophomore album in form of a free download of their first single "This Number Isn't the One", available exclusively at Lastfm.com.
The band is planning to release their sophomore album at the end of the summer on Wilderhood Records. The Wagner Logic will be previewing the new songs on the road at select U.S. dates this summer and fall. That is if they aren't vaporized by a violent volcanic eruption in the meantime....
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