"The Early November" is an Alternative Rock band from Hammonton, New Jersey. The group formed in 2001 and signed with Drive-Thru Records in 2002. As of 2006, they have released two EPs (2002's ''For All of This'' and 2003's ''The Acoustic EP''), as well as two full-length albums (2003's ''The Room's Too Cold'' and 2006's triple album ''The Mother, the Mechanic, and the Path''). Their latest effort debuted at #31 on the Billboard 200, making it the label's highest entry to date. They also participated in the Vans Warped Tour every year since 2002.
The band was formed by guitarists Arthur "Ace" Enders and Jim, bassist Sergio Anello and drummer Jeff Kummer in Hammonton, New Jersey in 2001. Together, they recorded a 5 track demo in Enders' basement and sent it, along with a poorly edited videotape to only one label: Drive-Thru Records.
A couple of months passed while both Jim and Anello had to budge for more skilled replacements, Steve Nakovich (guitar) and Mike Klemash (bass), until the band got in touch with Richard Reines of Drive-Thru, who luckily was visiting their hometown and agreed to meet with the band to give advice. Stunned by what he had heard, Reines returned ...
|country||Hammonton, New Jersey, United States|
|music genre||Rock (music)|
|current members|| Arthur "Ace" Enders|
|past members|| John Dubitsky|