Hailing from Coweta, Oklahoma, the four associates of Crooked X had been only 14 years of age if they broke through in 2008. Sounding such as a mixture of their heroes Dark Label Culture, Pantera, and Shinedown, the teenage group caught the interest from the EMI label after starting gigs for famous brands Kiss and Ted Nugent. EMI agreed upon the music group and released its debut digital EP, Til We Bleed, in past due 2008. Two from the EP’s music appeared in extension packages for the strike video game ROCK-BAND. On the other hand, MTV filmed the music group for the rags-to-riches documentary established to surroundings in early 2009.