Louisville, Kentucky-based punk music group Coliseum was shaped in 2003 by singer/guitarist Ryan Patterson. Called after a famous Sunn amplifier, Coliseum combined early punk and socially conscious hardcore, documenting their debut recording mere weeks after forming. After its launch in the summertime of 2004, they quickly founded a tireless function ethic, playing more than 100 tour times and documenting their follow-up solitary and EP within their 1st 12 months. By 2006, that they had toured European countries, and their audio had expanded to add more rock and roll and melodic post-hardcore components. Coliseum authorized to Relapse Information release a their second LP, 2007’s No Salvation, and on the next couple of years toured hard, circling the world with trips across THE UNITED STATES, European countries, Australia, and Japan with a number of rings like Rise Against, Napalm Loss of life, Torche, and many more. They agreed upon with Temporary Home release a 2010’s Home with a Curse and 2013’s Sister Beliefs. Their ever-evolving audio and lineup, which often featured Patterson on the helm, resolved into a traditional power trio offering Kayhan Vaziri on bass and Carter Wilson on drums. Their 5th record, Anxiety’s Kiss, appeared via the Deathwish label in 2015, as well as the band’s sonic explorations continuing with added commercial, synth, and post-punk components.