Evolving from thrash steel to a far more progressive, symphonic make of steel with classical vocals and tools, the CCM group Believer shaped in the past due ’80s. Vocalist/guitarist Kurt Bachman and drummer Joey Daub will be the just constants within the constantly revolving lineup. Believer’s debut record Extractions from Mortality (1989) also included guitarist Dave Baddorf, bassist Howe Kraft and violin playing by Scott Laird, but 1990’s Sanity Obscure changed Kraft with Wyatt Robertson and added the vocals of Julianne Laird Hoge. In 1993, Believer was put into the Roadrunner steady for Measurements, an record that included William Keller because the Tone of voice. Bachman and Daub afterwards place the group on indefinite hiatus as the two do production work with such performers as Turmoil and Living Sacrifice away from their Injury Studios in Pa.