With their beginning firmly and proudly rooted in the middle of America, Indianapolis natives Gwen Stacy began practicing together in the winter of 2004. "Growing up in Indiana was awesome," exclaims bassist and founding member Brent Schindler alongside drummer TJ Sego. "We all grew up in surrounding areas of Indianapolis and moved closer to one another when things started to pick up with the band."
Since those early days Gwen Stacy has maintained a diligent work ethic rivaling older, more experienced bands and have toured America on multiple occasions sharing the stage with today's favorites such as The Devil Wears Prada, mychildren mybride, and metal sensation The Human Abstract among others. "I would say the best part about the tours that we've done is that we've gotten to travel and play with bands that are, above all else, our friends," Schindler states from the studio.
On the band's full-length Ferret debut, "The Life I Know", Gwen Stacy convened with Paul Leavitt (All Time Low, The Bled, From Autumn to Ashes), and well-known producer Brian Mcternan to record in the fall of 2007. "I think the biggest thing I'll take away from this recording experience is the fact that an outside opinion is not always a bad one," laughs the band's bassist. "I think the songs are better because of it. Paul and Brian are definitely trying to bring out the best in us." "I have learned that we really work best creatively as a unit rather than individually," states the band's drummer.
On "The Life I Know", Gwen Stacy come out and immediately destroy the listener's expectations. Vocalist Cole Wallace's delivery hearkens back to a time when the message and the need to be understood were an essential part of hardcore. "A lot of our lyrics are about faith, how we struggle through life, and other things people can relate to," admits Wallace. "The newer stuff is more mature than our earlier material," continues guitarist Patrick Meadows. "We've all grown stronger at what we do."
In the coming year Gwen Stacy will go nationwide once again and take "The Life I Know" to bigger crowds and venues around the country. "Our goal is to play every town and every city," concludes Sego. "Above all else, we want to play and hang with the kids and bring our message to every place our van can take us."
In a blog posted by Gwen Stacy in late December 2008, the band announced that Geoff Jenkins, guitarist previously of the band Once Nothing would become the bands new vocalist. In this time, Gwen Stacy did a headlining tour with Our Last Night, Vanna, and In Fear and Faith, a trip to Europe with Poison the Well and 36 Crazy Fists from March to April and then another headlining tour with Eyes Set to Kill.
Guitarist, Jordan Tomb, also a previous band member of Once Nothing, recently accompanied Gwen Stacy for their 2009 tour.
Gwen Stacy went into the studio in mid May with Andreas Magnusson, whose previous work includes Haste the Day's album "Dreamer" and Oh, Sleeper's record "When I Am God," among others. The record was released on October 20, 2009. JesusFreakHideout scooped that the next album was to be called "A Dialogue", correlating with the October 20th release through Solid State Records. The band issued a press release stating that the new album was indeed called A Dialogue and would be released on October 20 through Solid State Records.
In September 2009, the band recorded their first video from A Dialogue in an abandoned neighborhood in Bensenville, IL to the song "The First Words." Then on October 15, 2009, the band recorded a second video for the song "A Dialogue". Both videos were directed by Jeremy E. Jackson, who also did their video for "The Fear in Your Eyes".
Education| Posted November 17, 2016
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