When Wichita, KS, rock music group Stygian Shore first came jointly in the first ’80s, these were championed simply by no less an area icon than Manilla Street leader Tag Shelton, who got blowing wind of vocalist/guitarist Mike Palmer, bassist Greg Marshall, and drummer Peter Dawson (most of whom were still just teenagers) soon after their first concert schedules in 1982. But after making the group’s eponymous 1984 EP, Shelton once more busied himself along with his very own group’s faltering profession, while catastrophe struck Stygian Shoreline whenever a freak incident price bassist Marshall his correct hand, placing the brakes on every one of the trio’s actions. Amazingly, Palmer and Dawson made a decision to place their programs on hold, instead of proceed without their comrade, rather waiting around patiently while Marshall trained himself to try out once again using his brand-new prosthetic hook! So that it was actually the same Stygian Shoreline threesome that ultimately reconvened to record a full-length record in 1989, collecting every one of the music they’d amassed since that tragic twist of destiny. But, having achieved the target they’d worked so difficult toward, Stygian Shoreline finally did split up after this record failed to get any presents from record brands. It wasn’t until 15 years afterwards which the three bandmembers sensed the amazing tug of the reunion, and even though this just consisted of several concerts around their hometown, these were finally in a position to curiosity a label, Darkness Kingdom Information, in launching their prodigal LP, today baptized The Shoreline Can Arise, in 2007.