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2002 – present (15 years)
Still Remains was a metalcore band from Grand Rapids, Michigan, signed to Roadrunner Records, who formed out of previous Grand rapids based hardcore band Shades Of Amber, releasing their first EP in October 2003. Still Remains notably joined Welsh metal band Bullet For My Valentine, along with Hawthorne Heights and Aiden on the Kerrang XXV Tour as well as touring with Trivium, 3 Inches of Blood, and The Agony Scene in the UK for the 2005 Roadrage tour which saw the tour end at The Download Festival in Donnington.
Still Remains were known for their unique sound, by incorporating keyboards into American modern metal sounds, to create a distinct, euro-metal influence in their music. The sextet cite bands like In Flames and Children Of Bodom as their influences.
As well as their early EPs, Still Remains have three releases to their name. "If Love Was Born to Die" was released in 2004 on Benchmark Records. "Of Love and Lunacy" was released in May 2005 on Roadrunner Records and their last album "The Serpent", Which was released July 31, 2007. The Serpent investigated many diverse lyrical themes and, despite being the less heavy of the albums, could arguably be considered the darker and more personal lyrically.
Still Remains broke up on March 25th, 2008, telling their fans 'It’s been an amazing run but we are done for personal reasons. No we don’t hate each other or want to punch each other in the face. It’s just time for us to move on to different things in our lives', and thanking them for their continuing support.
Still Remains was:
- T.J. Miller - vocals
- Mike Church - guitar, backup vocals
- Jordan Whelan- guitars
- Steve Hetland- bass
- Ben Schauland- keyboards
- Adrian "Bone" Green - drums
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