Across Five Aprils

There are two bands with the name Across Five Aprils. 1) Across Five Aprils was an emo band circa 1996/97. They released a demo tape and a split 7 with Goodbye Blue Monday. Some live recordings from a house show in 1997 and practice tapes are also floating around. 2) Across Five Aprils’ post-hardcore name borrowed from the late Irene Hunt Novel based around the United States civil war, proves to have a style and showmanship of a not so civil nature. Beginning with the release of A Tragedy in Progress in May of 2003 on Indianola Records, Across Five Aprils hit the East Coast by storm to support their freshman full length release. After a few road bumps, member alterations and a lot of records sold of the now 2nd best selling Indianola Records release to date, Across Five Aprils has spent the last year and a half touring country in support of their second release on Indianola, an EP entitled Living in the Moment. On July 11, 2006, Across Five Aprils released their second full-length album, entitled Collapse, also from Indianola Records. Picking up mainly where A Tragedy In Progress left off more than the Living In The Moment EP, Collapse is a hard-hitting album still full of the angst that has defined Across Five Aprils. Vocals - Brandon Mullins Hometown: Panama City, Florida Drums - Drew Miller Hometown: Dalton, Georgia Guitar - Zak Towe Hometown: Chattanooga, Tennesee Guitar - Jarrod Smith Hometown: Ringold, Georgia Bass - Josh Dycus Hometown: Ringold, Georgia A...

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