First, back the first flush of punk, there is the alluringly spooky Siouxsie as well as the Banshees, followed quickly with the reunited second go-round from the Damned, when singer Dave Vanian’s comic reserve interpretations of Dracula as well as other horror-themed topics had been the band’s primary focus. After that, in the middle-’80s alongside the multi-genre flowering of goth lifestyle, there was both hard-edged and punky LA “death rock and roll” picture set up by .45 Grave and Christian Loss of life as well as the goofy, glammy London Batcave scene exemplified by Alien Sex Fiend. From then on, goth-punk largely proceeded to go dormant for several years before unabashedly gothy My Chemical substance Romance as well as the Dresden Dolls burst onto the picture. Suddenly the combination of goth’s camp, lurid romanticism as well as the similarly self-involved concerns from the modern emo picture was a reasonable one, and in to the breach stepped I Am Ghost. Shaped in Long Seaside, CA, in 2004, I Am Ghost consider their sartorial cues through the velvet, ribbons, and lotsa eyeliner end from the goth continuum, and their musical types from the even more progressive end from the post-hardcore and emo moments. Forming across the nucleus of vocalist Steven Juliano and violinist and vocalist Kerith Marcantonio, I Am Ghost quickly added guitarists Gabriel Iraheta and Timoteo Rosales, bassist and keyboardist Brian Thomas, and drummer Ryan Seaman towards the lineup, developing a signature mixture of punky hostility and ethereal dreaminess. With time, Marcantonio and Thomas would get married, legally getting the happy handful of Kerith and Brian Telestai. A homemade demonstration CD called WE HAVE BEEN Often Searching was marketed at displays and shopped to brands before stalwart punk indie Epitaph agreed upon I Am Ghost in 2005 and reissued a remastered model from the record in a fresh sleeve. Relatively incongruously, the music group also performed the Vans Warped Tour that summertime. I Am Ghost’s second record, Fans’ Requiem, unashamedly referred to by the music group as a rock and roll opera, premiered by Epitaph in nov 2006. It had been implemented in 2008 with the more available Those We Keep Behind.