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Hello everyone.

      We are aware that it has been several years since any of us has
bothered to take the time to post anything regarding the band, but we are
very happy to announce that after nearly five years on hiatus, we are finally
returning to the scene!  We want to say thank you to everyone who has
supported us in the past, as well as thank everyone who has continued to
support us while we took the much needed time off from the band so we could
all focus on our families for awhile.  We want everyone to understand that
while we are returning to the scene, we still have our families, and we don't
plan on rushing back into things.  So please be patient with us over the next
few months, or possibly even few years, as we slowly make our transition back
into the scene.  We currently have no plans to tour in the near future, so all of
the fans that don't live in the southwest are going to need to wait another
year or so before they will have the chance to see us live.
      While we discussed our return to the scene, it became apparent to us all
that we needed to release a new album that could help commemorate the ending
of our hiatus and return to the scene.  We want our new album to be a
comprehensive retrospective of the bands work over the years and help show
fans how NON has exponentially progressed musically since the bands conception
in 2003.  We also felt that it was vital to have our former guitarist Matt
Martini be included in the recording process of the songs that we had written
and worked on prior to his departure from the band.  Matt agreed to
participate in the recording process, and we are very excited for everyone to
hear the new material.
      The new album will be titled "From Buckeye To Beardsley".  We chose the
name of the album as a way to give a little nod to our hometown.  Phoenix is a
very big city, and we have performed just about everywhere in the city, as
well as all of the surrounding cities.  At the far south end of Phoenix is
Buckeye, and Beardsley is located at the far north.  One evening while
performing at a bar just off of central avenue, we noticed a city bus that was
heading down seventh avenue.  The bus displayed its route number, followed by
"7th Avenue - from Buckeye to Beardsley".  We all felt as though it was the
perfect album name, and we interpret the album title in two ways.  First off, it
states that the band has performed from one end of the city to the other.  
The second interpretation is a play on the popular phrase, "From Rags To
Riches".  Local Phoenicians familiar with the city know that the North end of
Central Avenue where Beardsley is located is a middle-upper class
neighborhood, and if you head East just a few miles, you end up in Scottsdale,
known as a very upper class area.  If you travel South down Central Avenue,
the neighborhoods gradually become worse, and Buckeye is known as a lower
class area.  So if you head from Buckeye to Beardsley, you really are going
from a lower class area, to a middle-upper class area.....thus, From Rags To
Riches.  
      The new album will include new material, as well as the song "Summer
Daze".  We originally planned to release "Summer Daze" on our last album,
"Borrachos, Chingasos, Y Rucas", but we decided to remove the song from the
album at the last minute as we felt that it was still missing something and
needed to be polished a bit more before we released the track.  Our producer
for the album, Joe Queer, felt as though the song was one of our strongest
tracks, and was against the idea of omitting it from the album, but we felt it
was best to wait until we had the song perfected.
      We are also releasing our popular cover of Sir-Mix-A-Lots "Baby Got
Back" on the new album, and an alternate version of our Irish folk song, "Ode
to the Drink", with special guest vocals from Cris MoSkill of ATM, as well as
Landmine Marathon guitarist, Ryan Butler, playing viola on the track.  We also
decided to include the original pre-production recording of our song "Broken".  
We released "Broken" on our debut release, "Waiting for Tomorrow", although
the pre-production version of the track had a darker sound, with an emo style
that featured piano and keyboards.  We chose to change the song and give it a
more upbeat and pop punk sound, considering emo was becoming a more popular
style at the time and we didn't want to be labeled in the genre.
      The album is also going to contain a few tracks from our limited edition
"QuickerDrunkenLouderHarder" EP, as well as a few live recordings of some of
our most popular songs, and a live recording of "Trapped Like A Rat", originally
performed by Schleprock.
      We honestly feel as though this collection of songs is the perfect way to
represent how the band has progressed musically over the years, and is the
perfect way to return to the scene from our nearly five year hiatus.  We are
very excited to be back, and we will make sure to keep everyone up to date on
any further developements.  Make sure to check our official website and our
social media pages every few days for new posts and news.

Cheers,

Tad, Chase, and Moe
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