Less of a Christian group than an indie instrumental post-rock music group with similar cinematic characteristics while Swords and Maps, Foxhole were formed by Adam Moore and Nathan McBroom in November 2000. They began playing displays and documenting in traditional western Kentucky, hodgepodging their people together in one show to another. Early shows included random improvisation within their models and a number of tools, including glockenspiels, containers, and sign generators, in addition to homemade innovations (just like the “juggophone,” “shatterophone,” and “pyrophone”). Between 2002 and 2003, the music group released two EPs and toured for 14 days within the East Coastline. Shortly after, McBroom remaining the music group, and the rest of the members started going for a even more direct method of their music. Featuring traditional tools like bass, acoustic guitar, and drums in addition to woodwinds, brass, and strings, their tracks became even more influenced by hypnotic repetition and dramatic creates. In 2004, Seleh Information became thinking about the group and funded its full-length, We the Wintering Tree. Several replacement drummers had been used to complete at concert events before the music group resolved on Jason Torrence, former drummer for Nashville action God’s Lonely Guy. They began playing displays on a far more regular basis and following a year . 5 of documenting, Foxhole completed their third EP, Force/Draw, in January of 2007. Due to the dense creation, Brian Toppenberg was put into complete the spaces for concert events. After Philadelphia label Burnt Toast Vinyl fabric agreed upon the group, Foxhole produced plans to start out documenting their second full-length, and established a pending discharge time for early 2008.