Afterwards known for incorporating electronic components into an aggressive post-hardcore audio also tainted with emo, steel, and math rock and roll components, Richmond, VA’s Scarlet first emerged in the entire year 2000, peddling a much simpler metalcore design on the Breaking the Deceased Stare EP. But continual musician turnover added to their steady advancement toward that extended sonic palette (and a 2000 break-up and 2002 reformation), which ultimately got them agreed upon to Ferret Information. There followed produces like 2003’s Something to Lust About EP, 2004’s sardonically called Cult Classic record, and 2006’s biographical THIS IS Always Designed to BREAK APART, which shown Scarlet’s recent difficulties with stroke-smitten bass players and having their devices stolen, not really once but double! Scarlet’s lineup in 2006 was made up of Brandon Roundtree (vocals), Randy Vanderbilt (electric guitar, vocals), Bryan Tolbert (electric guitar, bass), and Andreas Magnusson (drums, consumer electronics). In early 2007, nevertheless, the continuous lineup upheaval demonstrated an excessive amount of and following departure of Roundtree, Scarlet made a decision to contact it quits once and for all.