SC punks Stretch out Arm Strong shaped in 1994, originally comprising vocalist/bassist Matt McCarty, guitarists Scott Dempsey and David Sease, and drummer John Barry. After debuting on the split solitary also featuring regional music group Bedlam Hour, Stretch out Arm Strong documented an recording that continues to be unreleased; with the help of bassist Chris McLane, McCarty could focus exclusively on vocal responsibilities, and after Dempsey founded his personal label, Insurgent Seems, the group released a six-song EP that sold-out its initial pressing in just a matter of weeks. When McCarty stop to get wedded, McLane assumed the frontman part and Donnie Raines was earned on bass, although he was dismissed after a lone break up solitary with Prevail (whose Shawn Williams performed bass on Stretch out Arm Strong’s full-length Rise). Compassion Fills the Void made an appearance on Uprising in 1997, and Jeremy Jeffers was tapped as the long term bassist before the band’s 1999 work Rituals of Existence, their 1st for the Teeth and Toenail imprint Solid Condition. Revolution Transmission made an appearance two years afterwards. Another full-length, Engage, implemented in middle-2003 and a season later, Dempsey changed in his resignation documents. In early 2005, Stretch out Arm Solid became the first putting your signature on to We RELEASED Records (East Western world), which released Totally free finally in 2005. Quickly enough, the music group further included brand-new guitarist Glen Calder and bassist Chris Andrews.