Delivering singular themes of driven pop design, Mandown adjoins catchy rhythms with sharp lyrics, ultimately discharging plain stone motivated tunes. Constituting in past due 1999, in Omaha, Nebraska, Mandown includes a four-piece fall into line, going by vocalist and guitarist Joel Kassera, later on became a member of by Vince Giambattista (acoustic guitar), Dave Backhaus (bass) and Scott Evans (drums). Documenting their eponymous debut recording, Mandown still in 1999, the Omaha team then began playing several live concerts, gathering a solid pursuing. In 2000, the team were able to play on a single stage as Incubus, or Rock Temple Pilots throughout that year’s release from the Rockfest as well as the Testfest celebrations, at its Omaha phases. Carrying out a period filled up with several live shows, Mandown joined the studio once again to record their second recording. Shoulders strike the record shops in 2001, prior to the group entered another intense touring time of year.