Originally comprising senior high school friends Andrew Godwin (guitar), Mark Garza (drums) and Kevin Donnini (bass) and Jason Lindquist (guitar), Embodyment debuted in 1993 and fit directly into the metal/ hardcore real estate scene of Dallas, TX. After four years, three demos and several displays with touring serves such as for example No Innocent Sufferer, Zao, Schooling For Utopia and P.O.D., vocalist Kris MaCaddon had taken over on managing the microphone even though James Lanigan loaded the next guitarist position following the departure of Jason Lindquist. After putting your signature on with Teeth and Nail information in 1997, Embodyment released their first full-length Embrace the Eternal the next year together with getting into several tours through the entire USA. Upon Embodyment’s go back to their home condition of Tx, another fall into line change occurred with Jason Lindquist came back to bass as well as the pension of guitarist Adam Lanigan and bassist Kevin Donnini; The Small Scope of Factors followed within the springtime of 2000. The record do well and allowed them release a Keep Your Breath another year.