Formed in 2013, with the distance between them serving as inspiration for the band’s name, they were signed to Artery Recordings after only having released one single. Their debut album, released in 2015 and produced by Joey Sturgis, featured former Asking Alexandria vocalist Denis Stoff and celebrates over 20 million streams to date. It peaked at #4 on the iTunes Metal Chart, #8 Billboard Heatseekers chart and they were the first band on Artery Recordings to have a song in active top 40 rock rotation. They toured the album for two years, while amassing a modest yet dedicated fanbase. Following the acquisition of Artery by Warner in 2017, and eventual dissolution of the label, the band took a brief hiatus to focus on their personal lives. With their streams steadily growing in their absence, and the requests for new music becoming more and more frequent, they were ready to usher in a new era.

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