A speedy thrash steel music group with death steel overtones, Light This Town are mainly notable to be among the just bands within their particular style with a lady business lead singer, the active and impressively leather-lunged Laura Nichol. Shaped in SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA in 2002 while many members had been still in senior high school, the initial lineup of Light This Town contains Nichol on vocals, guitarists Tyler Gamlen and Steven Shirley, bassist Mike Dias, and drummer Ben Murray. This lineup documented Light This City’s debut, The Hero Routine, but by enough time the record was released for the Reflections of Ruins label in nov 2003, Gamlen and Shirley have been changed by Brian Forbes and Steve Hoffman. That lineup from the music group agreed upon to the reputed steel indie Prosthetic Information because of their second record, 2005’s Remains from the Gods. Further lineup adjustments followed from then on discharge, with Dias changed by Jon Frost and brand-new tempo guitarist Ryan Hansen overtaking for Hoffman. Light This City’s third record, Facing the Thousands of, premiered in nov 2006.