Blending elements of hard rock and modern metal, Sleep Signals has garnered a dedicated following across the US in a very short period of time. Along with their high-energy live performance and relentless tour schedule, the band had help from the release of their debut full-length album, Open Your Eyes. Their highly anticipated sophomore effort, Transitions, has a 2/26/16 release date.
Sure to please fans of rock and metal alike, the five-piece group from Minneapolis, MN set out to meld their roots in metal and hardcore with a catchier and hook-driven anthemic feel. That sonic dichotomy can be heard all over Transitions. While many of the album's tracks explore deeper and more thematic material, you’re as likely to hear a song about partying or life on the road.
A rigorous, upcoming tour schedule finds the band playing almost daily throughout the first half of 2016. It is giving Sleep Signals the chance to bring their unique blend of catchy hooks, 80's-inspired guitars, and heavy breakdowns to a long list of venues. Catch them at a show near you…
Guns Out At Sundown
Beers, Beards, and Breakdowns.
Sooner Than Later
At a high school not so long ago, in a town not so far away, a young bass guitarist named Mo connected with drummer JoeyT to form the nucleus of what would become the band Sooner Than Later. However a singing bassist and an in the pocket drummer did not a band make, so the line up was still incomplete. After auditioning several candidates it was clear that not just anyone could be in this band. So determined to find the STL chemistry all ready in sync between themselves, Mo and JoeyT continued scouting until they met rhythm guitarist Josh Haffer.With the addition of Haffer’s very solid rhythm riffs to the band it was clear that Sooner Than Later was more than just a hobby that would fade with time. Still even as a threesome, the mix was not quite all it could be. More auditioning was to come until the guys crossed paths with lead guitarist Kyle Luttrell. Luttrell’s skill level and the commercial tastefulness of his solos, gave the band the additional ingredients (combined with the other three members ) to distinguish itself from the sea of bands out there all “trying to make it.” After releasing a full length demo entitled 'LIFE' STL would go on to build a loyal fan base among concert goers, other bands in the scene and even promoters that wanted to showcase the band. However realizing the band was only scratching the surface of it’s full potential, The CAMP Entertainment Network signed STL to a management and development contract. The goal was fine tuning the band’s image, release new studio singles, shoot a hot music video and the addition of street/e-team staffing to stimulate the groups already growing grass roots popularity. Having all the pieces necessary to transition STL into a full time career project, the guys are on the grind to do no less. Make no mistake about it, Sooner Than Later is a band whose time has come and they are ready to rock to prove it.