DAY OF ERRORS, the three-piece band led by original BLACK SABBATH drummer Bill Ward, will enter the studio later this month to record some new music.
The news of DAY OF ERRORS' recording plans was revealed by KILL DEVIL HILL singer Jason "Dewey" Bragg at last month's "Rock Against MS" benefit concert in Los Angeles.
Asked by "The Blairing Out With Eric Blair Show" if there will be more music coming out soon and possible live shows from DAY OF ERRORS, Bragg said (see video below): "I know that we're going in the studio [next] month to record some more. I believe there will be music to download and/or purchase. Tour, I don't think that's gonna happen. But there will be some music coming out soon."
Bragg also shared what he gleaned from playing with Ward for the past two years. "Honestly, Bill is a phenomenal songwriter — singer and songwriter," he said. "He's written all the lyrics, all the melodies, all the music, all the guitar parts, obviously, the drum parts… It's an inspiration to see someone that you've listened to your whole life, and then you get to actually stand in a room with the guy and watch him perform and write and produce. It's amazing. I'm very blessed and happy to have that opportunity to do that with him. Especially one of the members of BLACK SABBATH. I mean, that's like hanging out with one of the dudes from LED ZEPPELIN, man. Give me a break. It's awesome."
In November 2017, DAY OF ERRORS released its first two songs, "Day Of Errors" and "Blaspheming At Creation" via iTunes, Spotify, Amazon MP3 and Google Play.
The band made its live debut in June 2016 at Gaslamp in Long Beach, California.
The group, which was formed by Ward "in the desire to have my drumming spirit continue to live," also features Joe Amodea on guitar/vocals and Bragg on vocals.
Bragg joined DAY OF ERRORS in early 2017 following the departure of bassist/vocalist Nick Diltz (ALL HAIL THE YETI).
Ward was on board for the SABBATH reunion when it was first announced in November 2011, but backed out soon after. He later claimed that he sat out the recording and touring sessions because of unfair contractual terms, although the members of SABBATH have hinted in other interviews that he wasn't physically up to the task.
It was rumored that SABBATH wanted to bring a second drummer on the road to share duties with Ward, which he allegedly balked at.
Ward in 2015 released his first solo album in 18 years. Titled "Accountable Beasts", the record can be purchased on iTunes.