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Skillet
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Skillet

Skillet is a Christian rock band that formed in Memphis, Tennessee, in 1996. The band currently cons...

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{"key":"1029","name":"Skillet","bio":"Skillet is a Christian rock band that formed in Memphis, Tennessee, in 1996. The band currently consists of husband John (lead vocals, bass) and wife Korey Cooper (rhythm guitar, keyboards, backing vocals) along with Jen Ledger (drums, vocals) and Seth Morrison (lead guitar). Two of Skillet's albums, 2003's Collide and 2006's Comatose, received Grammy nominations. In 2019, Skillet released their tenth studio album, Victorious. They have received a number of the Gospel Music Association's Dove Awards. Skillet was recognized on February 1, 2016, as having recorded the biggest digital single in the history of Christian music since their song \"Monster\" had garnered over 2.6 million sales. It was certified 2x Platinum by the RIAA, was the number one streaming Christian song of 2015, and was the number eight streaming rock song of 2015. Skillet went through several line-up changes early in their career, leaving founder John Cooper as the only original member remaining in the band. They are known for a relentless touring schedule, which garnered them a top-five ranking in the Hardest Working Bands of 2010 by Songkick.com.","featuredImage":"https:\/\/assets.allamericanmusic.com\/images\/1029_h_0.jpg","feeRange":"75,000 - 150,000"}
Underoath
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Underoath

Underoath (occasionally typeset as underOATH or UNDERĂ˜ATH) is an American metalcore band originally...

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{"key":"2883","name":"Underoath","bio":"Underoath (occasionally typeset as underOATH or UNDER\u00d8ATH) is an American metalcore band originally formed on November 30, 1997 in Ocala, Florida, but later relocated to Tampa, Florida, which was home to some of their newer members. \t\t\tDuring the band's early years, when they were fronted by former vocalist Dallas Taylor, Underoath displayed a heavier style than their later, more well-known work, incorporating disparate influences from death and black metal. With Taylor, they released Act of Depression, Cries of the Past, and The Changing of Times. Following Taylor's departure, Spencer Chamberlain became lead vocalist. The band then released They're Only Chasing Safety and Define the Great Line, gaining a certified gold rating and the highest-charting Christian album on The Billboard 200 since 1997, respectively. These two albums have given them more mainstream and commercial success. They're Only Chasing Safety marked an extreme departure from their earlier work, with extensive use of clean vocals and poppy rhythms, and a near-complete eradication of breakdowns and the use of double-bass. Define The Great Line reflected another shift in style, once again incorporating heavier styles into Underoath's sound. While the album still featured extensive clean vocals, its use of heavier vocals, detuned guitars, and Botch-inspired guitar work paved the way for Underoath's future.\t Underoath released a live album called Survive, Kaleidoscope on May 27, 2008. Earlier that year, the band recorded a new studio album called Lost in the Sound of Separation, which was released on September 2, 2008, peaking at number 8 on the Billboard 200. In April 2010, Aaron Gillespie announced his resignation from the band, stating that there are no hard feelings and that he will continue to pursue his other band, The Almost, leaving Underoath with none of its founding members.The band recorded their seventh album with new drummer Daniel Davison, formerly of Norma Jean. The album, \u00d8 (Disambiguation), was released on November 9, 2010.In October 2012, Underoath announced that they would be disbanding the following year, in addition to a career-spanning compilation album, Anthology: 1999\u20132013, which was released on November 6, 2012. The band then embarked on a nine-date farewell tour, which wrapped up at Jannus Live in St. Petersburg, Florida on January 26, 2013.","featuredImage":"https:\/\/assets.allamericanmusic.com\/images\/2883_h_0.jpg","feeRange":"please contact"}
August Burns Red
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August Burns Red

August Burns Red is a band from Manheim, Pennsylvania. Formed in 2003, the group began their first p...

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{"key":"2886","name":"August Burns Red","bio":"August Burns Red is a band from Manheim, Pennsylvania. Formed in 2003, the group began their first performances while a majority of the members were attending their senior year of high school, and soon began playing shows around Lancaster, before being signed to CI Records, and afterward, Solid State Records (SST). The group is primarily known for their heavy breakdowns, highly melodic guitar riffs and odd-meter riffs. They state Between the Buried and Me, Misery Signals and Hopesfall as their main influences.August Burns Red is generally credited as a melodic metalcore band, and have also been said to share traits of other genres such as progressive metal, and thrash metal but blending it with hardcore, extreme metal and post hardcore August Burns Red songs have technical or odd time signatures and heavy breakdowns, growled vocals, melodic guitar riffs, and complex instrumentation with a variety of influences including Meshuggah, Between the Buried and Me, Poison the Well, Symphony in Peril and Misery Signals.While the group has stated that they don't mind being classified as melodic metalcore, Brubaker has grown to a distaste in the genre's usual bands: \"I feel like anyone who can pick up and play a guitar and learn to play a metalcore riff and any drummer who can learn to play a thrash beat over a breakdown is doing it. It's almost become very formulaic, and metal to me was never a formulaic genre.\"August Burns Red was founded in March 2003 when all the members were attending high school. The original practice sessions of the band began in drummer, Matt Greiner's old egg house and basement on the Greiner family's farmland. After playing many local shows within Lancaster, they recorded their first EP, titled Looks Fragile After All with label CI Records in 2004.Vocalist Jon Hershey eventually quit the band during the same year, which led to Josh McManness to take on the position as lead singer, and after several months of playing with McManness, August Burns Red signed to Solid State Records in 2005. Hershey would later go on to form instrumental post-rock band Bells. August Burns Red released Thrill Seeker, their first full-length album, on November 8, 2005. In 2006, drummer Matt Greiner was endorsed by Truth Custom Drums following the release of the album.McManness departed from the band in 2006, exhausted by the band's constant touring. He was replaced with Columbia, SC resident, Jake Luhrs during the same year. Bassist Jordan Tuscan also left the band in 2006 for similar reasons as McManness. He was replaced by bassist Dustin Davidson, a friend of the band. The band's second album, Messengers, was released on June 19, 2007. Marking the debut for Luhrs fronting the group, it managed to become the band's breakthrough album, reaching number 81 on the Billboard 200. The album has sold a total of 108,000 copies as of May 2011.Throughout 2008, August Burns Red toured with several acts across North America and Europe to promote Messengers. From April to May they toured with As I Lay Dying and Misery Signals across the United States and Canada. In September and October of that same year, they headlined a tour with A Skylit Drive, Sky Eats Airplane, Greeley Estates, and This or the Apocalypse in the United States. The band also visited Europe for a month-long headlining tour in November, playing in Germany, Finland, Norway, Sweden, The United Kingdom, Republic Of Ireland, Northern Ireland, Italy, Belgium, The Netherlands, Czech Republic, Slovakia, and France.After this series of tours, the band recorded two covers of popular songs. They recorded an instrumental version of the classic song, \u201cCarol of the Bells\u201d for the X Christmas compilation album, which was featured in trailers for the film, The Spirit, released Christmas Day 2008. They also recorded a cover of \u201c\u2026Baby One More Time\u201d by pop singer Britney Spears for the Punk Goes Pop, Vol. 2 compilation album, released in March 2009.On February 24, 2009, the band released an EP, entitled Lost Messengers: The Outtakes. It contains material that is related or was decided not to be included in the final, mastered version of Messengers. August Burns Reds' first trip to the Middle East took place on March 6, 2009 with the band playing at the Dubai Desert Rock Festival. The band's last tour before their next album release took place in the United States, where they toured with metalcore band All That Remains throughout April and May.To promote their upcoming album, August Burns Red released several new tracks and a music video during June 2009. The tracks Thirty and Seven, Existence, and Ocean of Apathy were all released on the 15th, 21st, and 29th, respectively. A music video for the song Meddler was also released during this month. On July 7, a week before the album's release, August Burns Red began streaming the full album on their Myspace profile for a limited time.August Burns Red released their third full-length album, Constellations, on July 14, 2009. During the week of August 1, 2009, the album charted at spot 24 on the Billboard 200. Another United States tour was organized with August Burns Red headlining and support from Blessthefall, Enter Shikari, All Shall Perish, and iwrestledabearonce. After this tour, the band joined a short tour in Australia with Architects in support of Australian band Parkway Drive. August Burns Red toured alongside Underoath and Emery in November and December 2009 as well.The band released their first live CD\/DVD, Home, on September 28, 2010. The group co-headlined an Alternative Press tour throughout November. On February 23, 2010, Constellations was nominated for the Dove Award for \"Best Rock Album\".August Burns Red toured Australia and New Zealand in December 2010 on the No Sleep Til Festival. The band played alongside Parkway Drive, A Day to Remember, NOFX, Dropkick Murphys, Suicide Silence, Megadeth, Descendents, Gwar and many others.On July 27, 2010, lead guitarist, Brubaker stated that the band would be taking time off tour to write their next record, On February 12, 2011, the band announced via their official Facebook page that they had completely finished writing their new record and that they would be entering the studio on Valentine's Day which, following into March of the next year, the band announced that the record was finished, and that it was (at that point) time for mixing. On the April 5, August Burns Red revealed the name of this upcoming record as Leveler. On May 16, 2011, the band released the song \u201cEmpire\u201d as a preview before its release. They also later premiered three other songs: \"Internal Cannon\", \"Divisions\", and \"Poor Millionaire\", on May 31, June 6, and June 14, respectively.Leveler was released on June 21, 2011 in two forms; standard and deluxe. The deluxe version of Leveler contains four extra songs, including an acoustic version of the song \"Internal Cannon\". The album sold particularly well compared to their other releases, with 29,000 of its opening first week-copies being sold in the United States alone. These sales had the record land at position 11 on TheBillboard 200 chart. After the release, August Burns Red took part on the main stage of the 2011 Vans Warped Tour.August Burns Red headlined their own \"Leveler\" tour on the first quarter of 2012 with Silverstein, Texas In July, I The Breather and Letlive.","featuredImage":"https:\/\/assets.allamericanmusic.com\/images\/2886_h_0.jpg","feeRange":"please contact"}
Relient K
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Relient K

Relient K is a Christian punk rock band formed in 1998 in Canton, Ohio, by Matt Thiessen, Matt Hoope...

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{"key":"2885","name":"Relient K","bio":"Relient K is a Christian punk rock band formed in 1998 in Canton, Ohio, by Matt Thiessen, Matt Hoopes, and Brian Pittman during the band members' third year in high school and their time at Malone University. The band is named after guitarist Hoopes' automobile, a Plymouth Reliant K car, with the spelling intentionally altered to avoid trademark infringement over the Reliant name. The group is associated with the contemporary Christian music culture, most notably the Christian rock and punk scene. The group has also performed alongside secular artists. The band has reached critical success with mainstream pop-punk and alternative rock. The band's sound incorporates piano and acoustic elements. Since its formation, Relient K has numerous studio albums and two Christmas albums. The band has received numerous awards including two Dove Awards and a Grammy Award nomination in 2004 for Best Rock Gospel Album. Relient K has found commercial success with their studio albums, three of which peaked in the top 15 of the U.S. Billboard 200 chart: 2004's Mmhmm, which debuted at #15; 2007's Five Score and Seven Years Ago, their fifth and most successful album, which debuted at #6; and 2009's Forget and Not Slow Down, which debuted at #15. The band is also highly successful throughout the Christian albums and contemporary Christian music charts. On July 2, 2013, the band's seventh full-length album, Collapsible Lung, was released. On July 22, 2016, the band's eighth full-length album, Air for Free, was released.","featuredImage":"https:\/\/assets.allamericanmusic.com\/images\/2885_h_0.jpg","feeRange":"please contact"}
Switchfoot
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Switchfoot

Switchfoot is an alternative rock band from San Diego, California. The band's members are Jon Forema...

75,000 - 150,000
{"key":"507","name":"Switchfoot","bio":"Switchfoot is an alternative rock band from San Diego, California. The band's members are Jon Foreman (lead vocals, guitar), Tim Foreman (bass guitar, backing vocals), Chad Butler (drums, percussion), Jerome Fontamillas (guitar, keyboards, backing vocals), and Drew Shirley (guitar, backing vocals). After early successes in the Christian rock scene, Switchfoot first gained mainstream recognition with the inclusion of four of their songs in the 2002 movie \"A Walk to Remember.\" This recognition led to their major-label debut, The Beautiful Letdown, which was released in 2003 and featured the hits \"Meant to Live\" and \"Dare You to Move.\" It went on to sell over 2.6 million copies. They have since been noted for their energetic live shows, and their seventh studio album, Hello Hurricane, received a Grammy Award in 2011 for Best Rock Gospel Album. Switchfoot's music straddles the line between Christian and mainstream music. Jon Foreman has compared the Christian undertones of his music to the undertones of C.S. Lewis's books. According to Jon Foreman, the name \"Switchfoot\" is a surfing term. \"We all love to surf and have been surfing all our lives so to us, the name made sense,\" Foreman said. \"To switch your feet means to take a new stance facing the opposite direction. It's about change and movement, a different way of approaching life and music.\"","featuredImage":"https:\/\/assets.allamericanmusic.com\/images\/507_h_0.jpg","feeRange":"75,000 - 150,000"}
Red
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Red

Red is a Christian rock band from Nashville, Tennessee, formed in 2002 by brothers guitarist Anthony...

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{"key":"232975","name":"Red","bio":"Red is a Christian rock band from Nashville, Tennessee, formed in 2002 by brothers guitarist Anthony Armstrong and bassist Randy Armstrong, with lead vocalist Michael Barnes. The band's first lineup also consisted of drummer Andrew Hendrix and guitarist Jasen Rauch. Since 2014, the band's lineup has consisted of the core trio of the Armstrongs and Barnes with current drummer Dan Johnson. After they recorded several demos that displayed a style of alternative, hard, and Christian rock music, Red landed a development deal with their longtime producer Rob Graves which led to a record deal with Christian label Essential Records in 2004. Their first two albums, End of Silence (2006) and Innocence & Instinct, (2009) were each nominated for a Grammy Award for Best Rock Gospel Album. Those two albums spawned the popular singles \"Breathe Into Me\" and \"Death of Me.\" Red's mainstream popularity grew and their third album, 2011's Until We Have Faces, reached #2 on the Billboard 200, which was followed by 2013's Release the Panic, which peaked at #7. After 2015's Of Beauty and Rage, Red started work on their sixth album, Gone, which was released in October 2017. Red released their seventh studio album, Declaration, in April of 2020.","featuredImage":"https:\/\/www.aaemusic.com\/wp-content\/uploads\/2020\/02\/Red-3.jpg","feeRange":"please contact"}
Thousand Foot Krutch
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Thousand Foot Krutch

Thousand Foot Krutch is a Canadian Christian alternative rock band that formed in 1995 when its foun...

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{"key":"529","name":"Thousand Foot Krutch","bio":"Thousand Foot Krutch is a Canadian Christian alternative rock band that formed in 1995 when its founding members starting putting a praise and worship spin on the popular nu-metal sound of the time. After several personnel changes, Thousand Foot Krutch's current members are Trevor McNevan (vocals, guitar), Joel Bruyere (bass guitar, backing vocals), and Steve Augustine (drums). Thousand Foot Krutch has been nominated for numerous Juno Awards and Gospel Music Association Dove Awards. The band released their eighth studio album, Exhale, in June 2016. The album sold well, debuting at #34 on the US Billboard 200 chart. Chris Major, allocating the album 4.7 stars in a review for The Christian Beat, wrote, \"Exhale is heavy, gritty, explosive, and bold, saturated with uncontainable energy from start to finish.\"","featuredImage":"https:\/\/assets.allamericanmusic.com\/images\/529_h_0.jpg","feeRange":"please contact"}
Emery
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Emery

Emery is an American four-piece alternative rock band from Rock Hill, South Carolina, currently work...

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{"key":"2911","name":"Emery","bio":"Emery is an American four-piece alternative rock band from Rock Hill, South Carolina, currently working under their own indie label, Bad Christian Music. Emery moved to Seattle, Washington in order to reach a more music centered scene. The band resists being labeled a \"Christian band\". Before signing with Tooth & Nail, Emery recorded 2 EP's, The Columbus EEP Thee and The Weak's End demo that they used to attract attention from labels. With Tooth & Nail, they have recorded 4 studio albums, and 2 EPs. The Weak's End, their debut album, was released in 2004, followed by The Question in 2005 and I'm Only A Man in 2007. The latter fulfilled Emery's contract with Tooth & Nail. However, the band re-signed with the label and released In Shallow Seas We Sail on June 2, 2009. The band's most recent album, We Do What We Want, was released on March 29, 2011.Formation and Early Years (2000 \u2013 2001)Emery formed in 2001 in Rock Hill, South Carolina but moved to Seattle, Washington in search of a better musical environment. The band was named after a first grader that Toby Morrell met while working as an intern for a teacher in college. The four members in the band at the time, Toby Morrell (vocals\/guitar), Devin Shelton (drums), Matt Carter (guitar\/keyboards), and Joel \"Chopper\" Green (bass) actually left Rock Hill, South Carolina for Seattle on September 11, the day of the terrorist attacks; they found out about the attacks when they stopped at a local diner in South Carolina. Most of the members are from the bands Sachul, Joe 747, Simply Waynes and Oogie Brown. After a little while Seth Studley, who was one of the original members of the band, broke out of a serious relationship and followed them to Seattle and resumed his post as drummer. Since Seth took over drums, Devin went ahead and took the position of guitarist.The Weak's End (2002 \u2013 2004)After making Emerald City their new home in Seattle, Washington, Emery signed a record deal with Tooth & Nail Records, also of Seattle, in 2002. Wasting no time, Emery paired up with producer\/engineer Ed Rose and worked on their debut album, The Weak's End. It was produced at the Black Lodge Studio in Eudora, Kansas. The record was released in January 2004 by Tooth & Nail Records. Emery toured extensively to promote their new release.The Question (2005 \u2013 2006)While touring, Seth Studley decided to leave the band in order to get married and Emery had to look for a new drummer. While touring with Haste the Day, Dave Powell was brought out to audition. Powell was officially put in the band on November 2005. Powell originally played in the Indianapolis-based metalcore\/hardcore band The Bowels of Judas.Soon after touring, Emery went back into the studio to record their next record with production done by Aaron Sprinkle this time around. The band took five weeks in recording sessions. The Question was released on August 2, 2005. \"Studying Politics\" was released as the album's first single with a video emerging on June 29, 2005. On November 21, 2006, Emery re-released The Question, adding a DVD, five acoustic versions of previously recorded songs and two new demo tracks, which were produced by Matt Carter. The DVD included a documentary film of Emery, live songs and bonus footage.After the re-release, Joel \"Chopper\" Green decided to leave the band. On September 19, 2006, Emery posted a blog on their website explaining the departure. Devin and Toby since then switched bass parts in concerts and in the studio.I'm Only A Man (2007 \u2013 2008)While touring with Underoath in Australia, Emery announced that they were releasing a new album. The album, I'm Only A Man, leaked onto the internet before its official release on October 2, 2007. The album was produced by Ryan Boesch and Matt Carter and recorded at Dark Horse Studio in Tennessee. It received mixed reviews. Emery released a deluxe edition of the album as well, which featured four acoustic songs that were recorded while on the Take Action Tour with The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus and DVD with a live footage and a documentary. The iTunes version of the deluxe edition also added a bonus track called \"Whoa! Man\".While Broken Hearts Prevail and \u2026In Shallow Seas We Sail (2008 \u2013 2010)Emery announced in an interview on TVU that they finished a new 8-track EP entitled While Broken Hearts Prevail, which was released on October 28, 2008. They began premiering some of the new material while on tour opening for The Almost, including a song entitled \"Edge Of The World\".In an interview with Toby Morrell, Emery announced that would be releasing a new album called \u2026In Shallow Seas We Sail. Up until the announcement of Emery resigning to Tooth & Nail Records, it was unsure if the band would seek a new label, since their contract had expired. They re-signed with Tooth & Nail and soon gave out information on their new release.On April 7, 2009, Emery released a new song entitled \"Cutthroat Collapse\" on their Myspace, Purevolume, and iTunes. On May 29, 2009, Emery put \u2026In Shallow Seas We Sail in its entirety up on their Myspace. On June 2, 2009, \u2026In Shallow Seas We Sail was officially released.During their headlining U.S. tour, Emery had selected dates filmed for a DVD in the works. The release date is unknown at this time. Emery set out on tour supporting Underoath on their fall\/winter headlining tour for the rest of the year. In the summer of 2010 they went on the \"Scream it Like You Mean it\" tour with Silverstein, Ivoryline, Dance Gavin Dance, We Came as Romans, Sky Eats Airplane, and I Set My Friends On Fire.We Do What We Want (2011- 2012)On January 26, 2011 it was announced that the band's fifth album We Do What We Want is set to be released on March 29, 2011. The band also released a clip of a song titled \"Scissors\". Another song titled \"The Curse of Perfect Days\" has been released to Christian rock radio stations.On January 31, 2011, vocalist, rhythm guitarist, and bassist Devin Shelton announced he was taking an \"indefinite hiatus\" from Emery.On February 1, 2011 a song titled \"The Cheval Glass\" was released on the band's Facebook, Youtube and Myspace page. On February 17, 2011, the band announced that We Do What We Want would be released through both Tooth & Nail and their hardcore\/metal subdivision Solid State Records reflecting the heavier sound of the album.In 2012, Toby Morrell and Matt Carter formed a side project duo, simply called Matt & Toby, with a more acoustic\/electronic type sound. The duo released a self-titled album in November of that year via Tooth & Nail.Bad Christian Music (2013 - present)In 2013 Emery did not resign with Tooth & Nail records, subsequently leaving the label. Later that year, they founded Bad Christian Music, a blog & podcast website, as well as an indie record label.In 2014, the band released two books, Bad Christian, Great Savior, and The M Word.On May 19th, 2015 Emery released their sixth full length album, their first album via Bad Christian Music, You Were Never Alone. The album peaked at No. 69 on the Billboard 200, No. 1 on Top Christian Albums, No. 6 on Independent Albums, No. 8 on Alternative Music[ No. 10 on Top Rock Albums and No. 31 on Top Album Sales.Bands such as Abandon Kansas and The Classic Crime have also joined the artist roster of Bad Christian Music.MembersToby Morrell: lead vocals, guitarMatt Carter: guitar, aggressive vocalsJosh Head: keyboard, vocals, aggressive vocals Dave Powell: drumsFormer MembersDevin Shelton: guitar, lead vocals (on indefinite hiatus now)Seth Studley: drumsJoel Green: bassJoey Svendsen: bass","featuredImage":"https:\/\/assets.allamericanmusic.com\/images\/2911_h_0.jpg","feeRange":"please contact"}
Mutemath
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Mutemath

Mutemath is an alternative rock band which formed in New Orleans, LA, United States in 2003. They co...

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{"key":"3375","name":"Mutemath","bio":"Mutemath is an alternative rock band which formed in New Orleans, LA, United States in 2003. They consist of Paul Meany (vocals, Rhodes, keytar, keyboards, samples), Roy Mitchell-C\u00e1rdenas (bass, percussion), Darren King (drums, samples), and Todd Gummerman (guitar, keyboards, backing vocals). Since Mutemath released its first EP in late 2004 and hit the road in 2005, their musical style has transformed over the years. By the time of their 2006 self-titled debut, their blending of adverse genres earned them a reputation as one of modern music\u2019s most daring young groups. By 2007, they found themselves Grammy nominated and declared by Alternative Press as \u201cthe #1 band you need to see live before you die.\u201d But in the band almost broke up during the making of their sophomore album Armistice. \u201cIt was a risk we had to take,\u201d says King looking back on what they set out to accomplish for Armistice. \u201cThis record was by far the most painful music-making experience I\u2019ve ever had, but also the one I\u2019m most proud of.\u201dThe band is best known for the 2007 single \u201cTypical\u201d, taken from their 2006 self titled album. The song\u2019s innovative backwards video was nominated for a Grammy in 2008 for Best Short Form Music Video. Speaking with Songfacts in a 2011 interview, Darren King poked fun at the somewhat futile nomination : \"For the rest of our career, we get to say \"Grammy nominated band.\" We don't have to say what it was for. (Laughing).\" Mutemath re-enacted the \"Typical\" video during a live performance on Jimmy Kimmel Live!, using the same reverse playback technique used in the original video. The song also peaked at #33 on the Billboard Modern Rock Tracks chart.The band has contributed songs to various films such as Twilight, Transformers, Never Back Down, The Stepfather, The Rocker, and Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants 2. Alongside contributing songs to film and product endorsements, Mutemath has appeared on every major late night television program including: The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, The Late Show with David Letterman, Late Night with Conan O\u2019Brien, Jimmy Kimmel Live!, and The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson. In April 2011, it was announced on their official website that founding guitarist Greg Hill had left the band in October 2010. The new album was recorded with other band members filling in on guitar and a new guitarist, Todd Gummerman, was named shortly after Odd Soul was released and he features in most music videos from the album.","featuredImage":"https:\/\/assets.allamericanmusic.com\/images\/3375_h_0.jpg","feeRange":"30,000 - 50,000"}
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