Evergreen Terrace

Evergreen Terrace has been blazing their own path through the melodic hardcore scene for over a decade.

Anchored by guitarist/singer Craig Chaney's clean vocals and catchy hooks, punctuated by lead singer Andrew Carey's viciously screamed vocals and bonded by Josh James' unique guitar style, the Florida-born five-piece never depended on anyone to push them forward. ET added drummer Caleb James (Casey Jones) in 2010.

With their blistering combination of melodic hardcore, metal and punk rock, Evergreen Terrace has toured the world with As I Lay Dying, August Burns Red, Hatebreed, Rise Against, Circa Survive, Every Time I Die, Strung Out, Agnostic Front, Katy Perry, New Found Glory and more.

They have played Sounds of the Underground, Vans Warped Tour, Persistence Tour, Hell on Earth Tour, Thrash and Burn Tour and Soundwave Festivals. ET worked with producer Jason Suecof (August Burns Red, All That Remains) on their latest release: Almost Home. It cracked the charts in its debut week.

Almost Home landed at #17 on Billboard's Heatseeker chart, #52 on Billboard's Hard Music chart and #53 on Billboard's Independent Albums chart. Almost Home also enjoyed success in Canada, making it at #55 on the Nielsen Soundscan Independent chart and #76 on the Hard Music chart.

The single "Sending Signals" was the third Evergreen Terrace video to be exclusively released on MTV2. After Almost Home the band released a cover of Foo Fighters "Everlong" exclusively on iTunes in March 2010.

 

Evergreen Terrace is currently touring the world and will start preparing for their 6th full-length album in 2011.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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