Vinnie Caruana was an American singer/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist, most prominently known for fronting pop-punk music group the Movielife, and post-hardcore ensemble We Am the Avalanche. Hailing from Long Isle, NY, he started his songwriting profession in 1997 when he became a member of the Movielife as frontman. His sure-fire rise to prominence using the group emerged following a string of effective basement displays, which ultimately led to the discharge of the debut record, It’s Go Period, in 1999. He continued to be using the music group for four years, showing up on 2000’s THIS TIME AROUND Next Season and 2003’s 40 Hour Train Back again to Penn. Nevertheless, internal tension begun to rise carrying out a visitors accident while these were on tour in 2001; this ultimately resulted in their break-up in later 2003. Caruana didn’t sit down still, and following a short stint executing with fellow Long Isle rockers Mind Automatica, he continued to create the post-hardcore ensemble I Am the Avalanche. The task additional showcased the pure extent from the frontman’s songwriting capability; his lyrics and his general sound successfully evoke angst, interest, and frustration. The music group released their self-titled debut record in 2005, pursuing up making use of their second discharge, Avalanche United, in 2011, both to wide-spread acclaim. Around once, the frontman became a member of the LA hardcore outfit Peacefulness’d Out. The music group released their self-titled debut EP in 2012. The vocalist/songwriter came back in early 2013 along with his initial solo discharge, City by the ocean. The EP shown a lot of Caruana’s familiar songwriting attributes, albeit within a far more acoustic punk bundle. The following season, the musician came back to his frontman responsibilities, launching Wolverine with I Am the Avalanche in 2014. He revisited his punk root base in 2015 using the Movielife on a little countrywide reunion tour before playing a small number of shows within the U.K. His 1st full-length solo work, Survivor’s Guilt, on Equivalent Vision Records, found its way to 2016. The record designated his go back to a fully-fledged music group sound, instead of the stripped-back acoustic character of his single EP; an interesting method of his even more personal songwriting. Survivor’s Guilt presented both acoustic and digital instrumentation in equivalent measure, alongside performances from your vocalist’s erstwhile collaborators, such as for example users of I Am the Avalanche and Steve Choi of RX Bandits.