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Hailing from Westerville, Ohio, the metalcore band Attack Attack has entertained thousands of fans for almost six years. The band has released chart breaking albums that have sold thousands of copies around the world. The group is famous for its live and loud performances that keep the audiences on their toes throughout the show. Attack Attack has released three studio albums, one EP and nine singles. Much to the fans disappointment, the group will be disbanding this season. However, the band will be performing live for the last time on its Back in Action tour this season. So make sure to catch the band live on stage for one more time by getting Attack Attack tickets.
Formed in 2005, the band went through several lineup changes before it released its debut EP. The founding members included Andrew Wetzel, Nick White, Andrew Whiting, Ricky Lortz and Austin Carlile. In 2008, Caleb Shomo joined the group as a keyboard player. During the same year, the band released its EP ‘If Guns Are Outlawed, Can We Sue Swords?’. The independently released EP comprised songs such as ‘On the Porch’, ‘Party Foul’, ‘Dr. Shavargo Pt. 2’ and ‘The People’s Elbow’.
Their debut studio album ‘Someday Came Suddenly’ was released in 2008. Even though the album received mixed to negative reviews, it managed to do well commercially, peaking at number nine on Heatseekers Albums chart and number twenty-five on Independent Albums chart. The album also charted on the Billboard 200 chart. It is considered a pioneer fusion album of metalcore and electronic music genre.
In 2009, the lead vocalist of the band at that time Nick Barham was replaced by Caleb Shomo. The band made a headlining tour during the same year and was also a part of the ‘Shred Til You’re Dead Tour’ that featured bands such as The Color Morale, Our Last Night, Miss May I and I Set My Friends On Fire. In 2010, the group released its eponymous studio album that featured Caleb Shomo as the lead vocalist. The album peaked at number twenty six position on Billboard 200, number six on Billboard Rock Albums chart and landed at fifth spot on the Billboard Alternative Albums chart.
The band’s third and final studio album ‘This Means War’ was released in 2012. The most successful album of the band, This Means War was entirely produced by Caleb Shomo and featured him as the lead vocalist. The album peaked at number two spot on Billboard Independent Albums chart as well as peaked at number eleven position on the Billboard 200 chart. With hit singles like ‘The Revolution’, ‘The Wretched’ and ‘The Motivation’, the album sold over seventeen thousand copies in its first week. Following the release of the album, Caleb Shomo departed from the band to work on his other projects, including the band Beartooth.
In early 2013, the band started touring around Europe with lead vocalist Phil Druyor. The band announced its Back In Action Tour on April 2013. This will be the band’s last tour before it ends. It was announced that Caleb Shomo would be returning for the Back In Action Tour as a farewell to the fans. The audience is eagerly waiting to catch the band members live in action this season. The band will be delivering their last and grand finale that will feature power packed and electrifying performances. The group will be hitting major venues throughout the US including the Manhattan based Gramercy Theater. The fans are advised to grab Attack Attack tickets in order to confirm their attendance at this final epic music concert by their favorite band.
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