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  • Emery is an American post-hardcore band from Seattle, Washington. Emery formed in 2001 in Rock Hill, South Carolina but moved to Seattle, Washington in search of a better music scene.

    They made Emerald City their new hometown and signed a record deal with Tooth & Nail Records and wasted no time in heading for the studio to work on their debut album which would later be called “The Weak’s End”. It was produced at the Black Lodge Studio in Eudora, Kansas. It was later released on January 27th 2004. Shortly after, touring extensively, the band headed back into the studio, to work on their following album “The Question”. The project took five weeks to record. It was released on August 2nd 2005, and made it into the US Billboard 200, charting at #45. It became the band’s highest charting album of their career. They re-released the album adding a DVD, which was a documentary film with bonus footage and exerts of Emery performing live songs.

    It was whilst the band were on tour in Australia with their contemporaries, Underoath, that Emery announced that they would be releasing a new album. The album “I’m Only A Man” was unfortunately leaked on the Internet before it’s official release on October 2nd 2007. It received mixed reviews. They released a deluxe edition of the album as well, which featured four acoustic songs that were recorded while on the Take Action Tour.

    They maintained a certain level of chart success throughout their career with songs such as “…In Shallow Seas We Sail” released on June 2nd 2009, making it into the Christian, Rock, Alternative and Digital Charts as well as the Billboard 200 Chart too. It gave the band their first number one in the Christian Chart. Their subsequent album “What Do What We Want” released on March 29th 2011 followed suit.

    The band has made other appearances on compilation albums, most notably a version of “Holding Out for a Hero” originally by Bonnie Tyler featuring on the “Punk Goes 80’s” album.