New Haven, CT's own mixed bag of intricate thrash metal, hardcore and punk Dead By Wednesday dove into the East Coast Heavy music circuits in 2005 with their first release "Democracy is Dead" on Hatebreed affiliated Stillborn Records. In a largely homogenous genre, Dead By Wednesday stood out because of their radical political lyrics, bizarre take on thrash metal and close ties to the indie hip hop movement through their original singers Ceschi and David Ramos who would later go on to found Fake Four Records.
By the time of their 2008 release "The Killing Project" on Eclipse Records they had worked on recordings with Carley Coma of Candiria, toured America with Insane Clown Posse, and had their video for "Pawns" premiered on MTV's Headbanger's Ball.
Now in 2011 these nonstop work horses continue to tour relentlessly while creating some of the most inspired and epic metal of their careers on the album "The Last Parade". Anthemic cries for humanity and apocalyptic images that can be heard between ripping guitar riffs, machine gun drumming and intricate bass lines make up the band's ultimate metal masterpiece.