NEW YORK post-hardcore act Gospel drive the avant-garde suggestion of the genre already regarded as on rock’s leading edge. Adam Dooling (vocals, acoustic guitar) fallen out of artwork college and originally became a member of Sean Miller (bass) and Vincent Roseboom (drums) inside a music group known as Helen of Troy. By 2003, the tunes they were composing had developed into art rock and roll realms, sketching on from mathematics metallic to ambient music to space rock and roll, and necessitated the addition of Jon Pastir (acoustic guitar, keyboards) to create it all function, both in the rehearsal space and on-stage. This resulted in their renaming themselves Gospel, and in 2005 they released their 1st full-length function, cryptically entitled The Moon Is definitely a Dead Globe. Late another year, the music group announced it had been splitting up, though no cause was given.