Well is a 5 piece band located in South Florida. In the grand
scheme of things, their goal is to play music that makes them and
the listener feel good. It just so happens that what they have
been writing sounds as such; heavy, energetic, aggressive music
mixed with tons of melody. Here is how it all started…
Original singer Aryeh Lehrer and
original guitarist Ryan Primack started the band under the name of
An Acre Lost. It was the same as any other band and still pretty
much is; a group of young kids getting together to have fun and
play music. Fortunately, some of the songs written were pretty
cool and their friend Gabe at Ohev Records offered to put them
out. That became their first release, a 12" split with Promise No
Tomorrow on Ohev Records.
They re-recorded 4 of those songs, plus a new one, Grain of Salt,
for their second release; a 5 song CD EP on Good Life Recordings.
Unfortunately there were some problems since and they
re-released the EP on Undecided Records with a new layout and 3
"bonus" live tracks, regardless both are or will be floating
around out there somewhere. From there, they started touring.
While the first few tours did not prove to be successful in any
way, shape, or form, they had the time of our lives and were dying
to play even more. In the winter of 1998 they recorded "The
Opposite of December" at Studio 13 with Jeremy Staska (the man,
the myth, the legend). In ten days it was finished and in even
less time was slated for release on Trustkill Records (woohoo!).
They immediately backed up its release with a winter tour, only by
this time shows were getting better.
Official "ex-member" record:
Shane Halpern, Duane Hosein, Ari Lehrer: vocals
Russ Saunders: guitar
Andrew Abramowitz, Jeronimo Gomez, Alan Landsman: bass
Dennis Pase: drums
The current line-up is:
Jeffrey Moreira: vocals
Derek Miller: guitar
Ryan Primack: guitar
Mike Gordillo: bass
Chris Hornbrook: drums
Erin The Well: Road Warrior Princess
In 2000 they toured for three months, and for 2001 they have even
more planned including trips to Asia and Europe as well as at
least a few months solid in the US. Their new full length "Tear
From The Red" will be released in early 2002.