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The band went on to release two more albums, Goodbye to the Machine and The Crux. They then disbanded in shortly before a release of Self-Entitled , a re-release of their very first album which was self-titled. No new material has been released since Cryptic videos were posted to the band's official Facebook page on December 24 and 27, , suggesting the band would be releasing new material. The band originally composed of J.
Loren Wince, age 15, as the main singer, songwriter, and guitarist and Wil Quaintance as a drummer. The two sought other band members for years until picking up Steven Fletcher to play bass guitar. The band was named two years later, upon conception of their first album.
This band's self-titled first studio album was written and performed by Wince and Wil Quaintance on drums, with programming credits given to Brian Winshell on the entire album, except "Confession" by Jonathan Minis. It was released in and approximately 1, copies were created.
The band's second independently released album, The Consumation was also written and performed by Wince, with Quaintance on drums, Shawn Sawyer on bass and given credits on the song "Unclean," with Brian Winshell on Engineering for "House of Cards" and "Velvet Rolls Royce.