With few boundaries in its avant-garde, haunting post-rock, Apse formed in Newtown, Connecticut, in 1999. The initial lineup contains high school close friends Robert Toher (acoustic guitar), Ezer Lichtenstein (drums), and Ryan Todd (bass). By 2001 they’d documented their 1st EP while another senior high school friend, Aaron Piccirillo, became a member of on acoustic guitar. Two even more EPs adopted. In springtime 2003, Michael Gundlach became a member of on acoustic guitar, while Toher started offering the otherworldly vocals. Afterwards that season, Apse agreed upon to Spanish label Acuarela Discos and surely got to focus on another record, producing a self-titled EP, out in early 2005. Fleshing out even more of the percussion, they added Matthew Wick as another drummer for travels. In summertime 2005, Todd and Wick still left while Piccirillo turned to bass and participant Albert Grey was added on electric guitar. In past due 2006 an record appeared, titled Nature. The following season, guitarist Austin Stawiarz and bassist John Mordecai changed Grey and Piccirillo with time for the band’s Western european tour also to focus on the limited-edition EP Eraas. In 2008, Toher and Gundlach shifted to Cape Cod, Massachusetts, which led to Stawiarz and Lichtenstein departing the group, and guitarist Jed Armour and drummer Brandon Collins signing up for. Eraas was finally released in ’09 2009 and uncovered a far more streamlined edition from the Apse audio that continuing on the band’s second full-length Climb Up, that was released in past due 2009. While Apse continuing to tour throughout 2010 and enlisted friend and sometime manufacturer Daniel Sobo towards the lineup being a keyboardist and auxiliary musician, the group disbanded in early 2011. Toher and Stawiarz continued to create the likewise dark but musically equivalent group Eraas.