In a way, it was always more like a collective instead of just a band. Through every member, from the beginning to the end, something was given to the greater good that was Holden Caulfield. Everyone involved kept going forward, reworking and refining every detail of every song to their idea of perfection. It took a few changes to have a lineup that could spend a lot of time on the road and, as it turns out, there was never a more solid group of musicians than there were at the very end. The success of their EP, "The Art Of Burning Bridges" and a full-length, "Can’t Stop Now", out on Surprise Attack Records, proved that hard work, staying dedicated to your fans, and playing music for the love of music is the only way this band knew how to exist. When asked about the band (before they called it a day), Dana White said, "It’s been a long road.
Finding a group of musicians that are both talented and fun to hang out with is a surprisingly difficult task." Holden Caulfield’s final EP, “...And Never Will” proved that it was worth the ride down that road. "Every chance we get to hang out, practice, write, and play shows, we take it. I think one of the reasons we’re so happy with the band as a whole is because we all have so much fun together." That really shines through when you hear the material that makes up Holden Caulfield’s 2007 "...And Never Will", which could arguably be their best recording. It captured more of what the band was about in a live setting and also displayed more mature song writing than ever before.
The EP was engineered and co-produced by Russ Fox (Byzantine, Bleach, Hyatari) at Broadmoor Studios, who has been a part of the Holden Caulfield family since it's inception. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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