After Midnight Project's rhythmic, punk-inspired hard rock began taking shape in 2004, when vocalist Jason Evigan, drummer Dan Morris, bassist TJ Armstrong, and guitarists Spencer Bastian and Christian Meadows held their first practice in Los Angeles. By 2007, After Midnight Project's touring ethic and introductory EP (The Becoming) had earned them a contract with Universal Motown, and the band decamped to the record studio to work on a full-length album. Let's Build Something to Break marked their major-label debut in August 2009, and the group supported its release by joining the Warped Tour that summer. ~ Andrew LeaheyPortions of Content Provided by Rovi Corporation.
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