NewsJanuary 17, 2002 8:35 PM ET2,035 views

This Day Forward loses guitarist, and more

This Day Forward just returned home from their Winter tour with much news to report. As for the tour, here's what the band had to say, "This was by far the best tour we've done thus far. Thank you to everyone who came out to the shows, talked to us, gave us a place to stay, put on a show, etc. It was tons of fun and hopefully we'll see you all again soon. Thank you most importantly to our friend Brendan Ekstrom from Maryland who played for us on the entire tour. Everyone check out Brendan's band called 200 North, their new cd is amazing and will be out in a few weeks on Da Core Records. Also thanks to Pat McCormick and Kelly Missell for going along with us and making the experience that much more fun and Smalley for running around naked more than we needed." As of last week, This Day Forward guitarist and original member, Mike Golen, has decided to leave the band for personal reasons. The split is an amicable one TDF will remain friends with Mike, The band currently has friends filling in for Mike until they can recruit a permanent member. In related news, the group's upcoming EP, "Kairos", has been finished and will be on sale during their upcoming weekend tour with Until The End, Keepsake, and Unsung Zeros. The official release date for the CD is February 19th. If you've been following the band, you already knew about their plans to release "Transient Effects of Light on Water" on three 7" records with a fold layout. Well, the 7 inches should be available this weekend too. The 7 inches are being put out by War Machine Records and there will only be 1000 copies of each 7" pressed. Finally, the band has a bunch of shows and tour plans coming up, with details to follow. As for their upcoming weekend shows, here's the information: 1/18 S. Amboy NJ @ Krome w/ Until The End, Keepsake, more 1/19 Philly PA @ Killtime w/ Until The End, Keepsake, more 1/20 New York NY @ CBGBs w/ Unearth, Nora, Blood Has Been Shed, Until the End, Keepsake, Hopesfall, Unsung Zeros



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