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Warren, Detroit MI, United States (2006 – present)

I See Stars are an band formed in Warren, Michigan in 2006. The band’s lineup consists of Devin Oliver, Brent Allen, Jimmy Gregerson, Jeff Valentine, Andrew Oliver, and Zach Johnson. Johnson left the band after their debut album 3D was released, and Chris Moore took his place at screamed vocals/keys/programming. Johnson returned after Moore left the band due to “artistic differences” and joined the band on Warped Tour 2010. 3D was released through sumerian records, where they’ve since remained.

I See Stars plays a mix of and with some and elements also included. They use clean, sometimes synthesized vocals, along with screamed vocals.

The band released their second full-length album The End Of The World Party on February 22, 2011. The album is noticeably different from 3D as it’s a lot less heavy and more pop punk sounding. They played Soundwave 2011 in Australia, supported We the Kings alongside VersaEmerge in the United Kingdom, and played on the 2011 AP Tour along with Conditions, VersaEmerge, Destroy Rebuild Until God Shows, and Black Veil Brides. The band also made its national TV debut on Jimmy Kimmel Live performing “Glow” and “What This Means To Me.”

I See Stars joined the 2011 Scream It Like You Mean It tour supporting its headliners Breathe Carolina and Chiodos, and also featuring Mod Sun, The Color Morale, and The Air I Breathe.

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  • aphexcat

    Только анус под эти музыки наэлектризовывать. Маленькие мальчики в воде утонули и породили эту группу.

    29 May 3:59pm Reply
  • bobo9390

    "gayband, music for faggots" That doesn't imply whether think it's good or not, or if you enjoy it or not. What's with people pointing out things that aren't directly related to the music, or the production style or anything when insulting band? Maybe you'll grow up one day, nobledeath

    21 May 7:12pm Reply
  • wtfmarvin

    RIP ISS nunca mais fez show nem fez música RIp rIp RiP

    2 May 12:11pm Reply
  • HerFadingSmile

    ... I did a new vocal cover. it would be awesome if u could give me some feedback under the video. thanks. https://youtu.be/3p2cPyOHsEA

    29 Apr 1:00am Reply
  • Syndicaidramon

    The electronics on ND are definitely not bad, but in my opinion, they can't really compete with bands like Sybreed, Neurotech, Clawerfield, Decode the Design, etc. Bands that are able to combine electronics with guitarwork that is more than just chugs. Mind you, I'm not asking ISS to become technical per se. None of the band I mentioned are either. I just wish they would do something at least a little bit more interesting than just chugs...

    20 Apr 8:21pm Reply
  • TDcore

    @Syndicairdramon: I agree, some riffs would be nice. But I really think the guitars have gone by the wayside in favor of the electronics. And let's face it, the electronics on New Demons are freaking awesome.

    17 Apr 6:33pm Reply
  • Syndicaidramon

    It sucks that this band stopped writing interesting guitars after EOTWP. That album has several great guitar-moments. The intro and solo on "Still Not Quite Enough", the intro to "The Common Hours II" being particularly great examples. But after that it's been all chugging. Dafuq, ISS. Dafuq?

    8 Apr 8:29pm Reply
  • blacklight_x

    i see pidaras [7]. ебучая ссанина. разве что существует мизер годного инструментала, продолжительностью секунд 10-15. жалко, что пост-хардкор катится в розовые сопли.

    7 Apr 11:06am Reply
  • progfly

    so glad I accidently came across this band.. their music really stands out compared to most post-hc bands. I also love how much hate they get from hordes of narrow-minded crybabies.. which only fuels the awesomeness of ISS.

    3 Apr 3:02pm Reply
  • robben499

    пердуны

    25 Mar 6:03pm Reply
  • EugeneLesnevsky

    Hey ) You should check them out! Ukrainian kick ass band! http://www.lastfm.ru/music/The+Centuries

    23 Mar 5:42pm Reply
  • nobledeath

    gayband, music for faggots

    10 Mar 3:34am Reply
  • Elsmer

    lordchamberlain, listen to "Mystery Wall"

    21 Feb 6:26pm Reply
  • lordchamberlain

    so i haven't listened to this band in years... did they ever re-record "mistaken for a westend mystery shake" under a new name?

    11 Feb 5:51am Reply
  • Borannditt

    Waiting for an uptade status of a new album *3*

    23 Jan 4:35am Reply
  • JamesPhillips70

    IMO the only band that has ever existed since time began to get the right balance between electronica/techno and post-hardcore, Digital renegade is a good example of this. and Abandon All Ships (were) nearly the same but i prefer Devin vocals

    20 Jan 3:14pm Reply
  • Yeti14

    Как у разных долбаебов горит пердак от пост-хардкора=3 "Кококо на хую вертел, женский вокал, попса" Это и понятно, ведь пхк в последнее время набирает популярность, а то говно, которое вы слушаете очевидно теряет, вот и злитесь)

    12 Jan 12:46pm Reply
  • AndrewVanukov97

    ну хую вертел

    11 Jan 11:07am Reply
  • J3ssyP1nkman

    обожаю этих пидоров! :3

    11 Jan 5:50am Reply
  • Bloomca

    They have to get rid of clean vocals. It's absolutely impossible listen because of it.

    8 Jan 9:58pm Reply
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