Philadelphia emo heroes Child Dynamite were approaching off extensive touring and two popular albums when vocalist Jason Shevchuk made a decision to keep the music group and focus more fully on film college. Even with Child Dynamite done, nevertheless, he couldn’t get away a natural enthusiasm for music and quickly began composing and playing tunes on guitar along with his roommate Dan playing bass. Therefore had been the humble origins of None Even more Black in the wintertime of 2000. To total the music group, Shevchuk’s sibling Jeff was added on acoustic guitar, plus a drummer. Demos quickly fell around the ears of Sub Department Records prior to the music group had even performed a display, and after changing their drummer, non-e More Black released a three-song 7″ in Sept 2001. Sending fresh material to brands around the united states, the music group and its own ever-changing lineup ultimately authorized to California’s Body fat Wreck Chords. Their full-length debut, Document Under Dark, was released in June 2003 using the brothers Shevchuk curved out by drummer Mike McEvoy and bassist Paul Delaney (Destroy Your Idols); Loud About Loathing adopted a year down the road Sabot Productions. An invigorating music group chemistry was finally recognized when Jason Shevchuk and Delaney had been finished by guitarist Colin McGinniss and, later on, drummer Jared Shavelson (from the Wish Conspiracy). Starting up with maker J. Robbins (Against Me!, Jawbox), non-e More Dark resurfaced on Body fat Wreck using the diverse THAT IS Satire in springtime 2006. Regrettably, though — and regardless of the positive response to Satire — the music group announced an indefinite hiatus in the first a few months of 2007.