Brandon Welch, Jordan Powers, Mark Karsten, Joseph Powers, Elizabeth Pina, and Todd Turner - an innocent enough series of six random names; but when combined with each other, they represent the powerhouse rock and roll sextet from Virginia that is called Far-Less - true evidence that the whole is greater than the sum of its parts. The band's sophomore album, "A Toast To Bad Taste," boasts a complex sense of confidence, merging the dynamic elements of rock bands like Muse with the intelligence and finesse of Dredg and Brand New. Produced by Mike Green (Paramore, The Matches), "A Toast To Bad Taste" is the incisive testimony of a band reborn. With an astute knack for combining melody with crafty instrumentation and drawing inspiration from such 90's alternative bands such as Smashing Pumpkins and Soundgarden, Far-Less has yet again carved out it's own unique place in the world of rock and roll. The end result is a seemingly timeless and artful album that will continue to distance the band from the dormant and unimaginative aesthetic of the vast majority of it's peers. Look for "A Toast To Bad Taste" to break out in stores and online everywhere on October 23rd.