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Senses Fail

Senses Fail is an American Post-hardcore band from Ridgewood, New Jersey. Formed in 2002, the line up initially consisted of James "Buddy"Nielsen,Dan Trapp, Dave Miller, Garrett Zablocki and James Gill. Shortly after being signed to Drive Thru Records, James Gill was kicked out ofthe band dueto irreconcilable differences. James Gill was replaced with Mike Glita. The only original member left in the band is vocalist BuddyNielsen. Presently,the lineup now consists of James "Buddy" Nielsen and guitar players Zack Roach and Matt Smith. The band quickly issued their debut EP, From the Depths of ...read more

Senses Fail is an American Post-hardcore band from Ridgewood, New Jersey. Formed in 2002, the line up initially consisted of James "Buddy"Nielsen,Dan Trapp, Dave Miller, Garrett Zablocki and James Gill. Shortly after being signed to Drive Thru Records, James Gill was kicked out ofthe band dueto irreconcilable differences. James Gill was replaced with Mike Glita. The only original member left in the band is vocalist BuddyNielsen. Presently,the lineup now consists of James "Buddy" Nielsen and guitar players Zack Roach and Matt Smith. The band quickly issued their debut EP, From the Depths of Dreams and maintained a thriving Internet presence. Two years later their debutalbum,Let It Enfold You was released. In 2005 guitarist Dave Miller left the band and was replaced by Heath Saraceno, and a year later theirsecond full-length Still Searching was released in 2006. The album had an energetic sound, and the band participated in many tours in supportof the album,including Warped Tour and Taste of Chaos. Bassist Mike Glita left the lineup one year later, Jason Black was accepted as atemporary replacementduring the recording of Life Is Not a Waiting Room, which was released in 2008. Black was later accepted as apermanent member, although guitaristHeath Saraceno left the band after their appearance at the 2009 Warped Tour, being replaced by ZackRoach. Their album The Fire was released onOctober 25, 2010 in the UK and elsewhere on October 26, 2010. Their latest album Renacer wasreleased on March 26, 2013. « hide

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LPs
Pull the Thorns from Your Heart
2015

3.6
247 Votes
Renacer
03/26/2013

3.8
497 Votes
The Fire
2010

3.5
502 Votes
Life Is Not a Waiting Room
2008

3.3
648 Votes
Still Searching
2006

3.8
1,030 Votes
Let It Enfold You
2004

3.7
950 Votes
EPs
In Your Absence
2017

2.8
46 Votes
Family Tradition
2008

3.8
13 Votes
From the Depths of Dreams
2003

3.4
425 Votes
Compilations
Follow Your Bliss: The Best of Senses Fail
06/16/2012

4.1
106 Votes
Still Searching (Deluxe Edition)
2007

4.2
127 Votes
Let It Enfold You (Deluxe Edition)
2005

3.9
195 Votes

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