Dropbox formed in 2002 after Godsmack mastermind Sully Erna introduced vocalist John Kosco to ex-Godsmack guitarist Lee Richards. Both strike it off, and had been soon focusing on fresh materials with guitarist Joe Wilkinson and bassist Jim Preziosa. Next, Erna tapped the music group as the preliminary signees to Realign, his vanity imprint through Common, and put them within the studio room with helming veteran Dave Jerden. The effect was Dropbox, which made an appearance in Apr 2004. It presented a sound affected seriously by hard rock and roll and classic grunge. Though Erna got handled drumming in most from the record, skins guy Bob Jenkins became a member of Dropbox with time for a circular of springtime and summer months tour dates helping, of most people, Godsmack.