The Fort Worth-based metalcore act Oh, Sleeper was an outgrowth from the short-lived Christian emo band Terminal, which split shortly following a release of its only album in 2005. Three people of Terminal — guitarist Wayne Erwin, bassist Lucas Starr (who briefly performed in an identical alternative Christian work, As Cities Burn off, ahead of that band’s dissolution), and drummer Ryan Conley — regrouped with a set of local Fort Worthy of musicians, vocalist Micah Kinard and guitarist Shane Blay (previously of Evelynn, along with the NEW YORK straight-edge act Between your Buried and Me) to create Oh, Sleeper within the springtime of 2006. Oh, Sleeper’s debut EP, The Armored March, premiered by 1×1 Music in November of this year, as well as the group authorized to Solid Condition Records for the discharge of the full-length debut, AFTER I Am God, the next yr. Ryan Conley remaining the band following the launch of AFTER I Am God, selecting to eschew the life span of the musician to be able sign up for the Navy and commence a family along with his longtime sweetheart. Oh, Sleeper forged forward in his lack, enlisting Matt Davis to take care of drum responsibilities and launching classes for his or her second album. Boy of the Morning hours, a concept recording about God’s last struggle with the devil, made an appearance in ’09 2009.