Hailing in the not-so-musical-hotbed of Toledo, OH, WE HAVE BEEN the Fury originally emerged together in 1999 around three high-school close friends, vocalist Jeremy Lublin, guitarist Chris Hatfield, and bassist Alan Hoffar. At that time, they were referred to as Hearsay TAO (initial simply Hearsay), a post-hardcore group such as Thursday. The people added Lublin’s small sibling Stephan on drums, and performed around for approximately per year before keyboardist Todd Wehrle became a member of, soon before their recording Where Eyesight Ends was documented. With a lively live display, Hearsay TAO became one of the primary drawing works in the region, and in 2002, they self-released the EP By Property, by Atmosphere, by Sleep. Sooner or later on the way, the guys experienced a name modification was to be able and became the Fury, placing out a five-song self-titled EP therefore in 2005. The name modification went together with a method change (presumably due to it), the people trading within their psychological post-hardcore methods for an elegant post-punk attack inspired by David Bowie, the Moving Stones, as well as the Treat, which gained them evaluations to groupings like Hot Sizzling hot High temperature and Head Automatica. Evidently picking the incorrect name, however, these were forced to change stuff up in nov 2005 in order to avoid legal complications, rechristening themselves merely WE HAVE BEEN the Fury. They captured the eye of East Western world Records, and making use of their brand-new moniker set up (and brand-new digs in LA), their 2005 EP, retitled Infinite Jest, was reissued with the label in past due January 2006. Also during 2006, the quintet toured countrywide, striking up the year’s SXSW and CMJ music celebrations, all while readying the debut full-length Venus, that was finally released in early 2007.