Musically speaking, he never stopped progressing. He never stopped writing. September 22nd, 2007 Weerd Scienceperformed the final show with the original live show line-up at The Chameleon Club in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. Not long after, Josh returned to the studio atmosphere with co-creator, David “Wavis” Parker, to begin recording his Weerd Science record, “Sick Kids.” Early 2008 Josh Eppard rounded off the final line-up of Wavis’ brainchild, Counterfeit Disaster. With CD Josh recorded several unreleased songs and performed live with the band. Also during that time Josh reunited with his older brother for their first show together without 3. They played for hours, bringing up all sorts of musical friends to sit in. March 22, 2008 also marked the first reunion of the original 3 since Bittner’s Last Strand (June 2001). At the end of that summer, Josh’s former bandmate and longtime friend, Mic Todd, sat in for a set ofEppard Brothers material. The Eppard Brothers played a few more shows (around 10 in total). Josh became a session drummer again (working with a variety of artists including the late Jason Foster, Awkward Ending, Session 606) and lent his hand as a producer (to The Pride Awake). That winter Josh found himself at Darkworld Studio again, this time working on some rock tracks that in January 2009 developed intoMours. Spring 2009 the focus of Mours’ writers (Josh, David “Wavis” Parker, Anthony Masington) shifted to Weerd Science. “Sick Kids” was wrapped up and they began to play scattered shows around the Northeast (extending as far as Virginia Beach). This past summer Josh performed a gig with Tucson, AZ songstress Emily Long and the Eppard Brothers evolved into E-Males (Josh, Joey Eppard, Jimmy Eppard).
At this very moment Josh Eppard is touring the United States with his newest band, Terrible Things. The band is also comprised of Fred Mascherino (The Color Fred, ex- Taking Back Sunday, Breaking Pangaea) and Andy Jackson (Death in the Park, ex- Hot Rod Circuit). Terrible Things are expecting the release of their debut record summer 2010 on Universal/Motown Records.
“I kept writing in spite of what people might think. No wonder why my heart stays colder than an ice rink.” -Weerd Science