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Mourning Fury


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Formed in early 2005 by four friends (Jon Pharr, Jace Joyce, Jordan Leeper, and Justin Leeper) from Callisburg Tx, Mourning Fury has been steadily climbing that long ladder towards a common dream. “I’ve wanted to play music for as long as I can remember,” says Justin.”I’m just lucky that three of my best friends had the same idea at the same time.” “Yeah, most of the time we all get along so well that we forget we’re preparing for what will hopefully be a full-time job for us one day,” Jon says. The next year brought about a vast evolution and maturation of Mourning Fury’s sound. Eventually, they knew that they would have to find a vocalist that matched the caliber of band that they had become. Jordan explains,”When you live in a city like Callisburg, it’s hard to find a good metal vocalist. Country music is really popular here; most of the bars here are filled with people in cowboy hats and tight Wranglers jeans.” In June of 2005, Chris Glenn joined the band and together they introduced Mourning Fury to the North Texas live circuit and quickly helped establish a healthy following in their hometown. Chris parted ways with them the next year, leaving the vocalist slot open once again. Finally, the following October the guys finally got a break when Chase Ditto answered an online add asking for an audition. “I had actually seen the Fury live before and was impressed by their stage presence,” says Chase, “And when I looked up their website, they had a headline looking for a vocalist. I’ll admit, I was hesitant to join at first since I live a little more than an hour and a half away from them. But when I drove out for that first audition, I got hooked.”

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