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The Failure In Drowning
10/31/2006

The Horror Of Realization
10/18/2005

Rope Tied To The Trigger
2/24/2004
 
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Scars Of Tomorrow Call It A Day
March 18, 2007
Orange County based metalcore band Scars Of Tomorrow have officially decided to lay the band to rest. The following message was posted on the bands Myspace page by Scars vocalist Mike Milford:

"In 1999 I joined this band without even knowing the amazing things that would happen to me over the last few years .We have had so many ups and downs throughout the years but one thing I can say for sure is that these days have been some of the greatest things in life I have ever been able to experience. We have had the opportunity to play with some of the greatest bands around and thank every single person that has helped us out since the beginning. I want to give a big thank you to Alex and his dudes in Atreyu for helping us get signed and bringing us on the raddest tour ever. You have been a huge help and inspiration to SOT and I am forever in debt to you. I also want to say thanks to Brandon BT you’ve always showed me the way and how to fight and never give up at this and I thank you for that. We have also had the opportunity to grow up in a exploding scene at the same time as Atreyu, 18 visions, Throwdown, Bleeding Through, Adamantium, and was always honored sharing the stage with these bands.

I want to thank every member this band has ever had. I could go on forever about each and every one of you about how greatly you have affected my life but its something id rather save for in person. Im going to love you all forever.

In September 05 the band was hit with a hard blow and the remaining original members of the band besides myself left and were ready to start the rest of there lives. I fully respected there decision but I didn’t feel that the chapter of Scars Of Tomorrow was finished yet. In 2 weeks time I had new people on the road with me and my good friends in Bury Your Dead let us stay on the tour even though the band was dealt such a huge blow. Since then I was able to make the band strong again with the help of Joey, Cuzzi, Kevin, and Justin . In this time we have toured with bands such as Soulfly, Hatebreed, 36 Crazyfists, and have traveled to Europe 2 times with amazing shows each time. Im never going to be able to thank people enough for staying strong with the band and standing by our side throughout everything.

I also want to say thank you to Tony and everyone at Victory for standing behind the band 200 percent. They saw hope were others doubted and we released another record with them called 'The Failure in Drowning'. The response of the new material was very gratifying and im excited of the future this new lineup has.

We believe though the time of SOT is finished and are going to be moving on to a new endeavor. The current lineup of SOT are all on the same page but we want to start something fresh and new and will re emerge in the near future.

If you want to see Scars for the last time we have lined up a bunch of west coast shows in April and will be doing our final show on may 5th at the Showcase Theatre.

See you all soon and thanks for your everything."

Scars Of Tomorrow have lined up the following final tour dates:

March 30th - Spokane, WA @ Big Easy (*free show)
March 31st - WA
April 7th - Phoenix, AZ
April 8th - Lancaster, CA
April 13th - Modesto, CA @ The Underground
April 14th - TBA
April 15th - TBA
April 25th - Santa Cruz, CA @ The 418 project
April 26th - Fresno, CA
April 27th - Victorville, CA @ The Trilogy Theatre
April 28th - San Diego, CA @ Soma
April 29th - TBA
May 4th - TBA
May 5th - Ventura, CA (w/ Earth Crisis)
 
 
 
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Scars Of Tomorrow: "The Unwinding" Video Available Online
November 27, 2006
Orange County, California-based metalcore act Scars Of Tomorrow has uploaded its new Andrew DeYoung-directed video for the track "The Unwinding" at YouTube.com. The song comes off the group's third album, 'The Failure in Drowning', which was released on October 31 via Victory Records. Produced by Eric Rachel (Atreyu, God Forbid, A Life Once Lost), the CD "blends breakdown-driven hardcore and vicious, razor-sharp metal to create an aural attack that refuses to let up from first note to last," according to a press release.
 
 
 
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The Oncoming Tour
January 10, 2005
Dates for Unearth's upcoming tour with Atreyu, Norma Jean, and Scars Of Tomorrow have been released. Here they are:

2/08 Anaheim, CA - House of Blues
2/09 Anaheim, CA - House of Blues
2/10 Las Vegas, NV - House of Blues
2/11 Tucson, AZ - The Rock
2/12 Tempe, AZ - Marquee Theatre
2/13 Albuquerque, NM - Sunshine Theatre
2/14 Dallas, TX - Trees
2/15 San Antonio, TX - White Rabbit
2/16 Houston, TX - Meridian
2/18 Covington, KY - Madison Theatre
2/19 Winston-Salem, NC - Ziggy’s
2/20 Atlanta, GA - Masquerade
2/21 Tallahassee, FL - The Beta Bar
2/22 Lake Buena Vista, FL - House of Blues
2/23 Ft. Lauderdale, FL - Revolution
2/25 Norfolk, VA - Norva Theatre
2/26 New Haven, CT - Toad’s Place
2/28 Philadelphia, PA - Trocadero
3/01 Washington DC - 9:30 Club
3/02 New York, NY - Spirit Performance Center
3/04 Rochester, NY - Water Street Music Hall
3/05 Worcester, MA - The Palladium
3/07 Montreal, QC - Spectrum
3/08 Ottawa, ON - Capital Music Hall
3/09 Toronto, ON - Phoenix Concert Theatre
3/10 Pontiac, MI - Clutch Cargo
3/11 Louisville, KY - Headliners
3/12 Grand Rapids, MI - Orbit Room
3/13 Chicago, IL - House of Blues
3/15 Cleveland, OH - House of Blues
3/16 Milwaukee, WI - Eagle’s Club
3/17 Minneapolis, MN - Quest
3/18 Lawrence, KS - Granada Theatre
3/19 Denver, CO - Ogden Theatre
3/20 Salt Lake City, UT - Lo-Fi Café
3/22 Seattle, WA - Graceland
3/23 Portland, OR - Meow Meow
3/24 San Francisco, CA - Fillmore
3/25 Sacramento, CA - Colonial Theatre
3/26 Santa Cruz, CA - Catalyst
3/29 West Hollywood, CA - House of Blues
 
 
 
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The Signing From Within
July 13, 2004
One of the best bands in the current metal scene, Caliban, have signed with Abacus Recordings. The group will release their Anders Friden (In Flames) produced new album The Opposite From Within through the label on October 5th. In addition, the group will hit the road with Scars Of Tomorrow beginning July 16th for a full U.S. tour. Here are the dates for the trek:
7/16 West Palm Beach, FL - Spanky's
7/17 Jacksonville, FL - The Imperial
7/18 Orlando, FL - Backbooth
7/19 Tallahassee, FL - Big Daddy's
7/20 Atlanta, GA - The Masquerade
7/21 Nashville, TN - The Muse
7/22 Corydon, IN - The Eagles Lodge
7/23 Harrisonburg, VA - Captain Tee's
7/24 Elizabeth, NJ - Rexplex (Hellfest)
7/25 Columbus, OH - Little Brother's
7/26 Buffalo, NY - Extreme Wheels Skate Park
7/27 Detroit, MI - The Shelter
7/28 West Dundee, IL - Clearwater Theater
7/29 Iowa City, IA - Gabe's Oasis
7/31 Tulsa, OK - The Pinkeye
8/01 Amarillo, TX - The Refuge
8/02 Denver, CO - Rock Island
8/03 Salt Lake City, UT - The Basement
8/04 Boise, ID - The Venue
8/05 Spokane, WA - The Detour
8/06 Seattle, WA - Studio 7
8/07 Portland, OR - The Solid State
8/08 Orangevale, CA - The Boardwalk
8/10 Bakersfield, CA - Jerry's Pizza
8/12 West Hollywood, CA - The Whisky
8/13 South Gate, CA - Allen Theater
8/14 North Hollywood, CA - Studio S
8/15 Anaheim, CA - Chain Reaction
 
 
 
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Caliban And Scars Of Tomorrow Team Up For Tour
June 14, 2004
Caliban and Scars Of Tomorrow will be touring the U.S. this summer, with Evergreen Terrace, I Killed The Prom Queen, Reflux, and Nodes Of Ranvier playing certain dates. Here is the schedule for the tour, along with what other bands will be appearing:

w/ Evergreen Terrace, I Killed The Prom Queen
7/16 West Palm Beach FL - Spanky's
7/17 Jacksonville FL - The Imperial
7/18 Orlando FL - Lockhaven Community Center
7/19 Tallahassee FL - Big Daddy's

w/ Evergreen Terrace, I Killed The Prom Queen, Reflux
7/20 Atlanta GA - The Masquerade
7/21 Nashville TN - The Muse
7/22 Corydon IN - The Eagles Lodge
7/23 Harrisonburg VA - Captain Tee's
7/24 Elizabeth NJ - Rexplex (Hellfest)
7/25 Hebron OH - American Legion Hall
7/26 Buffalo NY - Xtreme Wheels Skatepark
7/27 Detroit MI - The Shelter
7/28 West Dundee IL - Clearwater Theatre
7/29 East Peoria IL - East Peoria Legion Hall

w/ Reflux, Nodes Of Ranvier
7/30 Springfield MO - TBA
7/31 Tulsa OK - The Pinkeye
8/01 Amarillo TX - The Refuge
8/02 Denver CO - Rock Island
8/03 Salt Lake City UT - The Basement
8/04 Boise ID - The Venue
8/05 Spokane WA - The Detour
8/06 Seattle WA - The Detour
8/07 Portland OR - The Solid State
8/08 Orangevale CA - The Boardwalk
8/09 San Francisco CA - TBA
8/10 Bakersfield CA - Jerry's Pizza
8/11 Lancaster CA - TBA
8/12 Hollywood CA - Whisky A Go-Go
8/13 South Gate CA - Allen Theatre
8/14 Las Vegas NV - TBA
8/15 Pomona CA - The Glasshouse
 
 
 
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Biography
YEAR FORMED: 2000
HOME TOWN: Orange County, CA
MEMBERS:
Mike Milford (vocals)
Carlos Garcia (guitar)
Robert Bradley (bass)
Dave Rodraguez (guitar)
Chris Warner (drums)

Emerging from the depths of Southern California’s now notorious metalcore scene like a bat out of hell, Scars Of Tomorrow are back with their follow up to 2004’s Rope Tied To The Trigger. Their latest effort to take over all things heavy, titled The Horror Of Realization, deals with many an issue, ranging anywhere from haunting self-discovery to quasi-political matters to various personal apprehensions. “The horror of realization is basically realizing what surrounds you. A lot of times people don‘t want to believe what‘s there and want to forget about it, but the reality of the world can‘t be avoided”, said vocalist Mike Milford. Mike, Carlos, David, Chris, and Bob started Scars Of Tomorrow in October of 2000 with many common goals, one of them being to create a sound that reflected their love of east coast hardcore and the familiar sound of the California scene that they all had been a part of for so long. Scars Of Tomorrow released two full lengths via Thorp Records and released their Victory debut in February of 2002, called Rope Tied To The Trigger. For Scars Of Tomorrow, these past three years they’ve spent on Victory Records have been tremendously successful. The band has toured the United States and Canada numerous times over with bands like Atreyu, Norma Jean, and Himsa, which built them a rock solid and unstoppably loyal fan base. Features and reviews were seen in AMP, Alternative Press, Revolver, Skratch, Metal Maniacs, and their video could be seen every weekend on MTV2’s Headbanger’s Ball, forging the band to the front lines of all things ferocious and to thousands of shopping carts. Alternative Press commented: “Scars will leave the scene better than they found it….” The metal and hardcore world is more than prepared and anticipating the new chaos from Scars Of Tomorrow. The Horror Of Realization issues a battle cry for every heavy music scene to wake up and experience the pulverizing melodies and enlightening lyrics that Scars Of Tomorrow has to offer. Vocalist Mike Milford said, “This record differs from the last in a bunch of different ways. It’s more upbeat, has a faster tempo, and the guitar work is a lot more versatile on this record. Lyrically, a lot more emotion was piled into it as well. People blind themselves and try to believe everything is perfect when it’s not. This is something that needs to be shoved in their faces and hopefully they help make a difference.” The Horror Of Realization also shows Scars Of Tomorrow switching gears a bit and experimenting with ambient noise tracks, catching different emotions and mirroring some situations and events from the band’s past. Produced by Matt Bayles whose fame has come from working with Mastodon, Isis, Pearl Jam and more, The Horror Of Realization also features a guest appearance by Atreyu frontman Alex Varkatzas on the track called “The Hidden Grudge”. Mike commented on his pairing with Alex: “Alex has always been a close friend and one of the few bands around home that have ever believed in us. Atreyu has done nothing but show us love and help us out with everything possible. I was really excited when Alex agreed to do it.” Suddenly the hot spot of Southern California has gotten hotter with Scars Of Tomorrow’s latest and greatest effort of hardcore savagery, metal ferocity, and luxuriant atmospheric sensibility. A full scale US tour with labelmates Bury Your Dead will commence this fall and will solidify The Horror Of Realization in headbanging history.