Wind-Up records has again forgotten the smaller bands on their roster, as poor promotion and marketing has resulted in poor album sales and ultimately the dropping of the talented band Seven Wiser. The band recently posted a message on the front page of their website explaining that they had "parted ways" with Wind-Up. The band stated that they were grateful for the support their former label had given them and the opportunity to be a part of the label.
Wind-Up is famous for this type of treatment to the lesser known bands on their roster, as bands like Stereofuse, Cauterize, Big Dismal have all suffered from the same poor promotion and support. Wind-Up seems to put all their money and promotional resources behind the few big name bands the label has. The label was the home of Creed until their recent break up, and is of course home to Evanescence and Seether.
Seven Wiser released their self titled debut album in June of 2004, behind the sucess of their first single "Take Me As I Am". The band plans to keep touring in support of their album through out the summer, then begin searching for a new label later this year.