A band that has become a lot more than originally intended with less members than first anticipated. The earliest idea of the band was to be a modern rendition of an classical orchestra. With a dream of stepping out on stage again and a vision of a band that would bring something new to a generation of ears that are starved for something different Chava set out to find the missing links that could... get the ball rolling. It was not a quick process with Chava spending most of his time performing with his long time band Atherstone, he would spend his down time writing new music that would never be used by his band at the time.
In the spring of 2010 Chava teamed up with lifelong friend and drummer Justin Duby 6 months after Atherstone had announced their departure. The duo quickly realized the potential as well as chemestry created during the writing process and set out to piece together the missing parts of this vision. The two would soon pair with guitarist and long time friend Scott Gissel to become a three piece ready to conquer the world. With the band nearly in completion the tripple threat continued to hone in on what made their sound unique and practiced even more diligently.
After trial and error with bassist after bassist, the three were unable to find the last missing piece to the partnership they had established. Gissel having ambitions of capturing sound moved to Portland, OR to take up classes on recording sound and would also announce his departure leaving the band to a duet once more.
Enter Josh Glidewell, a singer and guitarist that would be willing to fill the position as bassist for the unfinished group and alas the band was complete.
Comeback Tenfold still works to persue the vision but with a new twist and are currently working to perfect the sound that will separate them from the crowd in their practice space in hometown Grants Pass, OR.
See you at the next show!