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Surrey based quintet map out extensive touring throughout 2011 and release their much anticipated debut album ‘Depths’, available on 11th April 2011 from all good outlets.

Forever Wednesday burst onto the UK scene with their explosive debut album ‘Depths’. Jam-packed with a heady mix of anthemic tunes and delivered with an under-belly of dark aggression and fiery youth, ‘Depths’ is a true marker for a band on a rapid incline. This record is sure to place Forever Wednesday among the new generation within the UK rock fraternity.

Born in Farnham, Surrey back in 2006, the early beginnings of Forever Wednesday were blighted by member changeovers and a lack of stability. All this changed however in 2010, when original founder Andy Allen (Drums) hooked up with old friend Charlie Grout-Smith (Voice) and new recruits Jack Robinson (Guitar & Vocals), Josh Irvine (Guitar) and James Worthington (Bass). After locking down an impressive array of new songs and a brand new set, Forever Wednesday set their sights on an extensive foray of touring throughout the country.

During the past year, FW have toured throughout the whole of the UK, notching up shows with the likes of You Me At Six, Kids In Glass Houses, We Are The Ocean, Deaf Havana, All Forgotten, Attack Attack, Paige, and Young Guns. Besides a hefty touring schedule, the post-hardcore five-some have picked up coverage throughout the underground press and were also featured by Kerrang! (Local Heroes).

The lively rock-core crew are now armed with a killer debut album ‘Depths’. The record pulls from the stimulating essentials of Hardcore, Metal and Punk, and occasionally delves into the most engaging elements of southern rock and experimental. The end result is an enterprising Brit-rock band that have laid down an exciting debut offering loaded with enticing technical guitar riffs, pounding jack hammer beats, and monstrous sing-a-long choruses. The album kicks off in stunning style with the anthemic and melody-drenched ‘Define Irony’ before it rapidly moves onwards to ‘Mr Wolf,’ which spits sturdy metalcore grunts and riffage to full effect. The record then continues to shift and twist with the insanely catchy guile of their previous single ‘Viruses’. Forever Wednesday have most definitely created an album that is sure to take the energetic combo to brand new heights. Watch this space!