Famous as :Emo-pop quintet
Birth Date :Jun 2001
Birth Place :Dayton, Ohio, USA
Claim to fame :Single "Ohio Is for Lovers" from album "The Silence in Black and White" (2004)
the label for not paying royalties and damaging their image. The band claimed that they were not acknowledged on any street team and unveiled that the head of Victory, Tony Brummel was "greed driven". Despite the released statement, the band toured in support of "If Only" and worked on their third album for the label. Sadly, a tragic death occurred within the band when guitarist Casey Calvert was found dead in their tour bus in November 2007. It was later on revealed that he died of accidental mixture of medications during his sleep just before the band was due to have a sound check for a Washington, D.C. concert. "It was especially weird for us at our first show back," said drummer Bucciarelli post the death. "We have had to come to grips with all this, but Casey will always be in our hearts forever." Without Casey, the band released their third album "Fragile Future" under Victory on August 5, 2008.
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