Originally referred to as Vitamin, the guitar-based pop/rock trio Gloritone positively pursued post-grunge success in the later ’90s. Vocalist/guitarist Tim Anthonise, bassist Nick Scropos, and drummer Dan Lancelot — all veterans of the neighborhood club picture in Temple, AZ — produced the music group in Sept 1996. Vitamin hadn’t however performed 20 displays when a demonstration tape caught the eye of the RCA executive, as well as the music group signed using the label’s Kneeling Elephant subsidiary. A name transformation was suggested because of the strong odds of the life of similarly called bands; after buying Gloritone, the trio released their debut record, Glass Runneth Over, in June 1998. Fainter Farther Still implemented three years afterwards, featuring a modified lineup with newcomer Scott Hessel on drums, but didn’t make a substantial dent in industrial radio. Confronted with too little nationwide support, the group silently disbanded as its associates continued to pursue tasks with Roger Clyne & the Peacemakers (Scropos) and RELEASE (Hessel).