Guitarist Wes Borland can perhaps forever end up being best known while a member of 1 from the more predictable/one-dimensional (yet very popular) hard rock and roll bands from the past due ’90s and early 21st hundred years — Limp Bizkit. But upon his second leave from the music group (soon after the discharge of 2005’s lukewarm The Unquestionable Truth, Pt. 1), Borland appeared for his following project to become more musically various, quirky, and unstable. No stranger to oddball aspect projects (simply browse the one-and-only discharge by Bigdumbface, Duke Lion Battles the Terror!!, for the evidence), Borland also searched for something a little more long lasting, which resulted in the forming of Dark Light Burns. Although some from the material have been demoed years previously, it wasn’t until Borland chose that he would pull double responsibility because the band’s business lead vocalist — as well as the enlistment of previous Nine Inch Fingernails member Danny Lohner — which the project found lifestyle. With Lohner providing bass, Joshua Eustis playing keyboards, and studio room veterinarian Josh Freese keeping the defeat, Dark Light Burns documented what was to be the group’s debut full-length, 2007’s Cruel Melody (the very first discharge for previous Limp Bizkit manufacturer Ross Robinson’s brand-new label, I Am: Wolfpack). But with non-e of the various other contributors ready to invest in touring to get the record, Borland enlisted aid from a whole brand-new helping cast for the street — including second guitarist Nick Annis, bassist Sean Fetterman, and drummer Marshall Kilpatric (the last mentioned of whom is really a previous person in the Esoteric). The group’s second studio room album, AS SOON AS You Realize You are going to Fall, found its way to 2012.