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It has been seven years since the world was first introduced to the innovative and emotional stylings of A Static Lullaby. They are one of the few bands who can boast that they were there when a genre was being born. Even more special is that they have battled the flood of copycats, survived the test of time, and are are still standing today. Despite periods of loss, internal struggles, and a sometimes unforgiving industry, vocalist Joe Brown and vocalist/guitarist Dan Arnold, who co-founded the band in 2001, refuse to let anything stand in the way of their original dream of writing and playing music. Finalizing their lineup with bassist Dane Poppin and drummer Tyler Mahurin, A Static Lullaby is ready to put the past behind them and charge ahead traveling on the heels of lessons learned, mistakes forgotten, and endless possibilities.

The road to today has been a long and tumultuous one for the Chino Hills, California rockers. Forming in 2001 while still in their teens, A Static Lullaby launched themselves into the local scene of Southern California with a fresh sound that was all at once heavy, catchy, and flat out well-written. ASL found themselves on stage and performing a short two weeks after becoming a band and immediately began to set the bar too high for their peers to reach. In the blink of an eye the band went from writing in their living rooms to being in the radar of the music industry spotlight. Thanks to an intense live show, a strong self-released EP entitled “Withered”, and an eye-catching image, the music of A Static Lullaby did not go undetected for very long. In 2003 the band signed to the well-established Ferret Records and released their debut record “.


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  • Ale34

    Really one of the best post-hardcore bands out there. RIP ASL

    6 Jun 5:47pm Reply
  • Entripy777

    bayharbour: Reawaken, Metalcore from Australia

    13 May 11:12pm Reply
  • Flux_Tempo

    .. and don't forget to breathe, one of my favorites.

    24 Feb 8:30pm Reply
  • jtworsley

    @bobo9390, I was trying to figure out when this was updated lol

    22 Feb 4:17pm Reply
  • bobo9390

    Their bio hasn't been updated on here since 2008. That's pretty bad.

    17 Feb 7:26am Reply
  • Ivar91

    This is one of the best post-hardcore bands out there. Liked every album

    6 Dec 2013 Reply
  • Sputix

    Self titled still soo good. Faso Latido also very underrated

    23 Sep 2013 Reply
  • bobo9390

    best scenecore band ever

    7 Sep 2013 Reply
  • carolinecrf

    Toxic :::::::::::: 553 ♥

    7 Aug 2013 Reply
  • EmiliaQue

    Oh, fuck yeah.

    7 May 2013 Reply
  • Ivar91

    timeless indeed, very good band. Still love their music

    26 Mar 2013 Reply
  • RoCKiE_

    I started listening to them ... uhm 4 weeks ago again ... and yeah fuck :D can't stop. They are soooo good *_*

    23 Mar 2013 Reply
  • bobo9390

    still one of my favorite bands. this shit never gets old.

    28 Feb 2013 Reply
  • ghostonastar

    Everything before 2003 was fucking cool. All of their raw recordings of just fast, fun, variations of punk, hardcore, and metal. Saw them at least 3 times between 2003-2004 and had such a blast at their shows. Everything after sony records took over got too serious and it wasn't fun anymore.

    1 Feb 2013 Reply

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  • RoCKiE_

    Toxic >__<

    25 Jan 2013 Reply
  • Nelsonken

    why Let Go not in Toplist?? (︶︿︶)

    20 Jan 2013 Reply
  • Registeel

    Hang Em' High

    25 Nov 2012 Reply
  • bobo9390

    No, it doesn't. It just means that's the only song anyone remembers. Far from their best, though.

    23 Nov 2012 Reply
  • IceSpoon

    really? a Britney cover is the most succesful hit? Well, this tells you how "good" they were...

    17 Nov 2012 Reply
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