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After reviving the metal scene in a small town, Hall of the Elders set to work on their energetic EP, Bioacoustic. Countless hours of experimenting, recording, and mixing went into the tracks. Fans of: I See Stars, Bring Me The Horizon, and We Came As Romans can appreciate the low breakdowns, exciting electronics, emotional screams, and minor melodies of Bioacoustic from start to finish. After completion, the band sold hundreds of copies at certain dates of the Vans Warped Tour ‘14. Feedback and sales from new fans proved successful that summer. Immediately following Warped Tour, the CD was released onto iTunes and other online distribution centers in response to the growth in social media followings. This success transformed Hall of the Elders. They became a big fish in the little pond of Valdosta. From there the band relocated to the rockin' city of Atlanta for a new approach, better exposure, and more chances for growth in a bigger pool.