In January 2011 Weep released a digital single for Lay There and Drown and The Hole, two songs from Never Ever that Hammer remixed, remastered, and re-recorded some vocal parts for.

“We recorded Never Ever as a demo. We liked it enough to release it as a CD for collectors and completists, but we didn’t want it to be part of our perceived canon. But since then, we’ve discovered that we still play Lay There & Drown and The Hole live, and really feel they are part of Weep’s whole thing. So we decided to put up just these two songs as a single with new artwork and make them WEEP official canon. I went back into the multi-tracks and remixed/remastered them into shape. I even rerecorded some vocal parts to give them the soft-pink punch they should’ve had in the first place.” - Doc Hammer

Edited by skeletoned on 12 Jan 2012, 02:55

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