Stylistically blending elements of post-punk with a more "groove-focused" experimental rock, Denver, CO's Wire Faces have gained a wide regional acclaim over the past few years. Their 2011 release, Diamonds & Gold E.P., finds the band examining a more raw, visceral sonic approach, and charted on the CMJ's Top 200. Diamonds & Gold was recorded, mixed and mastered in the world renowned punk-rock studio, The Blasting Room (The Descendants, Rise Against, The Lemonheads, Drag the River) over 7 days during 2010 and the beginning of 2011.
After journeying down to SXSW in both 2010 and 2011, the band decided instead, to spend this spring writing and recording an album. Wire Faces has been writing extensively since then, and is expected to release their sophomore full-length this fall.