FM Static

FM Static is a Toronto-based pop punk band currently signed to Tooth & Nail Records. The band was started as a side project by Thousand Foot Krutch frontman, Trevor McNevan and drummer Steve Augustine. In 2003, they released their first album (What Are You Waiting For?), which has sold over 60,000 units to date and featured the singles "Definitely Maybe" and "Crazy Mary." On August 1, 2006, FM Static released their second album entitled Critically Ashamed, which featured the single "Waste of Time." Originally, a cover of Vanilla Ice's "Ice Ice Baby" was to be included in this album, but it was removed later in the production process. McNevan is also close with Hawk Nelson, another Canadian band, and appears in their music video "California". FM Static plans to begin their recording in June/July of 2008. The band released this news on their myspace page in late April 2008. They have been writing songs while on the Comatose tour with Skillet and Decyfer Down. The new record is going to consist of songs from a boy/girl's diary about love, faith, doubt, etc. FM Static won the "Best Website Ever Made" from the Webgrammys, and they have been nominated for GMA Canada Covenant Awards.

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