Wes Borland's 'Eat The Day' Project

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    POSTED 9 Apr 2020

    Wes Borland

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    After Limp Bizkit guitarist Wes Borland's temporary exit from the band between 2001-2004, he started a project with his brother called Eat The Day, which, after failing to secure a vocalist for, didn't see the light of day.

    Until now, that is - Wes has released the demos in full after almost 20 years which includes 8 tracks of moody, atmospheric instrumentals with Borland's experimental songwriting stamped all over it.

    Here's a YouTube playlist of all the tracks, and you can also find them on streaming platforms:

    Borland says of the release:

    "It's been nearly 20 years since my brother, Greg Isabell and myself wrote a ton of awesome music, tried and failed to find a vocalist, and then moved on to other things. It was probably the most musically focused time of my life and although it's unfinished work I'm so glad that these demos are going to see the light of day."

    Listen to Eat The Day's demos now.

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Wes Borland

Photo - Chiaki Nozu / Getty Images

After Limp Bizkit guitarist Wes Borland's temporary exit from the band between 2001-2004, he started a project with his brother called Eat The Day, which, after failing to secure a vocalist for, didn't see the light of day.

Until now, that is - Wes has released the demos in full after almost 20 years which includes 8 tracks of moody, atmospheric instrumentals with Borland's experimental songwriting stamped all over it.

Here's a YouTube playlist of all the tracks, and you can also find them on streaming platforms:

Borland says of the release:

"It's been nearly 20 years since my brother, Greg Isabell and myself wrote a ton of awesome music, tried and failed to find a vocalist, and then moved on to other things. It was probably the most musically focused time of my life and although it's unfinished work I'm so glad that these demos are going to see the light of day."

Listen to Eat The Day's demos now.

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