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Pierce the Veil was founded by Mike Fuentes and Vic Fuentes in 2006, after the disbandment of Before Today. The brothers continued to write songs together and eventually came up with enough material for a new full-length album. Still backed by their label, Equal Vision Records, they wrote and recorded an entire album on their own in Seattle, WA with Producer Casey Bates. The brothers released the album 'A Flair for the Dramatic' on June 26, 2007 under a new name: Pierce the Veil, which is derived from a song of the same name from Before Today's album, 'A Celebration of an Ending.' Soon after, Pierce the Veil acquired new members Tony Perry (lead guitar) and Jaime Preciado (bass). Pierce the Veil toured vigorously for about 3 months after...
Sleeping With Sirens is an American rock band from Orlando, Florida currently residing in Grand Rapids, Michigan, formed in 2009 by members of For All We Know, Broadway and We Are Defiance. The band is currently signed to Epitaph Records and has released four full-length albums, With Ears to See and Eyes to Hear, Let's Cheers To This, Feel and Madness. The first album debuted at number 7 on Billboard's Top Heatseekers chart, and at number 36 on Top Independent Albums. Their second album was released on May 10, 2011. Their third album, Feel was released on June 4, 2013. Their fourth album, Madness was released on March 13, 2015.
* Gabe Barham - drums (since 2009)
* Justin Hills - bass ...
Issues is a Metalcore band with RnB and nu metal influences from Atlanta, Georgia and Los Angeles, California. They formed in the summer of 2012 and were signed to Rise Records shortly after their formation. The majority of the band's members originated from ex-members of Woe, Is Me.
Issues consists of:
Tyler Carter - Vocals
Michael Bohn - Vocals
Ty "Scout" Acord - Turntables, Synthesizer
AJ Rebollo - Guitar
Skyler Acord - Bass
Josh Manuel - Drums
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