Onward was an American power metallic music group built about talented guitarist Toby Knapp — a local of Sheridan, WY who first found public interest in 1993, like a six-string shredder saving for the specialized Shrapnel label. But with the decrease in recognition of flashy acoustic guitar heroes through the entire ’90s, Knapp experienced no choice but to get reinvention like a music group player, encircling himself with vocalist Michael Give, bassist Randy LaFrance (quickly changed by Chris Payette), and drummer Jon Pereau to be able to start the symbolically called Onward. Putting your signature on with Century Mass media, the quartet released its initial two albums — 2001’s Evermoving and 2002’s Reawaken — in quick succession, but their melodic power steel design was as sophisticated since it was predictable. Before too much time, the group have been slipped and had split up, but they do resurface long more than enough to make a third indie record in 2007’s The Neverending Sunlight, before disintegrating once more. Knapp shifted to Montana and proceeds to execute on an area level, while vocalist Michael Grant continued to join reputed retro-metal clothing Crescent Shield.