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After nearly a decade of making fun music and amazing memories, we are
announcing that the band will be going on a hiatus. Our last show is on Saint
Patty's Day and we hope to see everyone at the show! We had hoped 2013
would be a year full of new experiences and adventures, and we all agree that
it will be. Just not as a band. The reason we are making this decision is
because we all agreed that we have missed out on a lot of time watching our
kids grow up. Chase had his daughter a few years before Moe and Tad
welcomed their new additions, so he has missed out on even more memories than
the rest of the band. Being in a band really takes up a huge amount of time.
We have performed live on stage over 200 times, played dozens of out of state
shows while on tour, away from our families for days, sometimes weeks at a
time. We usually practiced once every week for 5 or 6 hours, and sometimes
we would practice two or three times per week. We each spent hundreds of
hours locked away in a room or office writing new material, practicing on our
own, designing flyers, web banner ads, working on the website and other social
media sites, booking shows, and countless other band related duties. So now
it's time for us to take some time to be with our families and be the fathers
that we should be.
So we are walking away for now, but we plan on returning in about 5 or 10 years
when our kids have grown up a bit and are so busy hanging out with their
friends partying and playing in bands themselves that they don't want to spend
any time with us anymore. There is always the chance that we will never
return and it ends up that the band breaks up. We all really hope that the
hiatus doesn't become permanent, and we fully intend on returning......but who
knows what the future holds. We promise to try and make our return sooner,
rather than later, even if it ends up being brief and we have to go back on
hiatus again for a bit longer. I guess only time will tell what happens.
We want to say thanks to everyone who has supported us in the past. We
really appreciate all of the fans that came out to our shows, especially those
shows when we played in front of a dozen people on a Tuesday night at some
dive bar. Thanks to all of people who bought our CD's or downloaded our
music. Thanks to Mat Martini for being a part of the band for those five
years, we miss you buddy, keep making kick ass music with Reason Unknown.
Thanks to Joe Queer for all of his help and input with our music. Thanks to
Ryan Butler for his patience and his kick ass work with our recordings, and we
want to say sorry for our last experience in the studio and want to let you
know that we are all very thankful for everything you did for us. Thanks to
Sean "40 Man" Johnson, Leesie Gurthman, Janice, Chrissy, Garret, Brittany,
Breck, James Izam, Judith Jacoby, and anyone else that we may have forgot
for all of the photography, running the merch booth, and the various help.
Thanks to Will Anderson, Donnie Johnson, and everyone who booked us to play a
show. Thanks to any venue we had the pleasure to perform at. Thanks to any
radio station that played our music, to the movie Madison Hall for using our
music in the film, and to every label that used us on a compilation or tribute
album. Thanks to all the bands we shared the stage with, especially The
Queers, ATM, Dirty Laundry, The Dames, Route 66 Killers, Helen's Wheels,
Speed 63, Guttermouth, Sigma, Mr. Plow, The Desperate Hours, Generiks,
Reason Unknown, Adam Don't Care, Plain White T's, The Vrooom, The Meat
Department, Calabrese, Authority Zero, Forever Falling, Vices To The Grave,
Fivespeed, E.T.T.S., Idiot Kin, 2 Dimes, Sixth Year Senior, Redfield, The
Revenge, Teenage Bottlerocket, and Lesser Criminals. Thanks to our sponsors,
especially Budweiser for promoting our shows and making such killer posters,
Fender Guitars for the support, and Electro-Harmonix Effects Pedals for taking
Chase's idea to modify their signature Holy Grail reverb pedal and making it a
reality and creating The Holy Stain effects pedal. We love you all!
Cheers - Chase, Tad and Moe
Multi Effect Pedal
Electro Harmonics presents the Holy Stain. This pedal is amazing, featuring
distinct effects. Like the popular Holy Grail, the Holy Stain has a crisp and
bright reverb, as well as tremelo and a pitch shifter. These effects can all be
blended with your choice of fuzz or drive distortion, and the distortion can also
be altered when you change the tone. You can even set the desired color,
with three options: Dark, Bright, and Warm. The Holy Stain offers a volume
control, and allows you to mix the amount of distortion you prefer, and the
tone as well. Numbers On Napkins bassist, Chase Stain, has praised the
pedal stating: "The Holy Stain is one of the best effects pedal on the market
today. Electro-Harmonix has always made unique and dependable products,
and this pedal is really an amazing addition to any musicians gear. To be clear,
they have never paid me and I do not make a dime from sales, I just think this
is a superb pedal and I personally only use Electro-Harmonix pedals."
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