Still Remains Bio:
In October 2003, Still Remains recorded their EP Dying With a Smile.These are songs that the band had been playing since the fall of 2001. From the beginning, Still Remains were playing at local venues (such as Grand Rapids' Skelletones) to build a name for themselves. A year later, another EP was released, titled If Love Was Born to Die. Still Remains were never a part of the Benchmark Records' roster, however the now defunct label funded the EP.
Shortly after this, the band signed to Roadrunner Records, where they released their debut studio album on May 3, 2005, titled Of Love and Lunacy. The album received mainly positive reviews, and the album spawned two singles, "The Worst Is Yet to Come" and "White Walls". The lead single was played on music channels such as Scuzz and Kerrang. The band toured in support of the album; their first tour of the United Kingdom was on the Roadrunner Records "Roadrage" Tour, alongside on Trivium and 3 Inches of Blood. They also joined Bullet For My Valentine, Aiden and Hawthorne Heights on the Kerrang XXV tour. A few months later they started recording their second album, The Serpent.
The Serpent was released on August 7, 2007. The album saw a change in the vocalist Miller's style, with more melodic singing present than on their previous record. The lead single, "Stay Captive", was played extensively on Scuzz. The second single released was "Dancing with the Enemy", which is also played on music channels. In early fall of 2007, they supported Aiden followed by a November tour supporting Atreyu in the UK. For January and February 2008, they replaced 36 Crazyfists in support of Bullet For My Valentine. Their final tour in the spring of 2008 would be dubbed The Serpent Tour and featured Gwen Stacy, Secret & Whisper, and Catherine.
The band also recorded a cover version of Nine Inch Nails' "Head Like A Hole" for the release High Voltage: A Brief History Of Rock given away free on the cover of the 25th Anniversary Edition of Kerrang! magazine in 2007.
On March 25, 2008, Still Remains posted a blog on their Myspace saying that they would disband in 2008.
Still Remains reunited for Haste the Day's final show on March 11, 2011, at the Egyptian Room at the Old National Centre in Indianapolis, Indiana. The band performed a nine–song set and the lineup consisted of members present during the production of the Of Love and Lunacy album, as well as Adrian "Bone" Green playing drums on select songs.
On May 7, the band announced via their official Facebook page that a full reunion is taking place, and they are working on new music.