Even though lineup from the Adelaide-formed act I Killed the Prom Queen became fairly unstable, the band continued to be an integral name over the Australian metalcore scene for more than a decade. Produced in 2000 by guitarist Jona Weinhofen, drummer JJ Peters, vocalist Austin H., and bassist Ben Engel, just Weinhofen and Peters continued to be from this preliminary incarnation by enough time When Goodbye Means Forever — their Killswitch Engage and Shadows Fall-inspired 2003 debut full-length — was released. Fully up to speed for this album’s sessions had been Michael Crafter on business lead vocals, Kevin Cameron on electric guitar, and Sean Kennedy on bass. Their follow-up, Music for the Lately Deceased, hit shops within the U.S. in July 2006, and once they inked a cope with Steel Blade Information, the label released the record in THE UNITED STATES that November. The discharge ultimately highlighted the Search for Ida Wave’s Ed Butcher on vocals, pursuing Crafter’s departure through the album’s documenting. When Butcher also still left the group in early 2007, various other vocalists — such as for example Heavens Lost’s Colin Jeffs and Mourning Tide’s Tyrone Ross — helped them fulfill instant touring commitments. Nevertheless, a combined mix of being struggling to choose a long term frontman and Weinhofen’s decision to become listed on their tour mates at that time, California’s Blood loss Through, resulted in an announcement which i Killed the Prom Queen was to break up. A 2008 farewell tour of Australia was organized, that Crafter temporarily came back, as well as the group consequently remained inactive within the ensuing years. IN-MAY 2011 they reunited for another nationwide tour, finding balance when ex-Red Shoreline member Jamie Wish joined on business lead vocals and Weinhofen came back to the collapse. Summer season 2012 brought their 1st new materials in six years, once the monitor “Memento Vivere” made an appearance as an internet stream. The next 12 months, long-serving member JJ Peters remaining the music group to spotlight his already founded Deez Nuts task and was changed by the previous Confession drummer, Shane O’Brien. Soon later on I Killed the Prom Queen announced that they might soon start focus on a third studio room recording. Sean Kennedy was changed on bass by ex-Day of Contempt frontman Ben Coyte prior to the music group going to Sweden where Fredrick Nordström — maker of Music for the Lately Deceased — aided Weinhofen, Cameron, Wish, Coyte, and O’Brien using the documenting of the Feb 2014-released Beloved.