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<!DOCTYPE html> <html> <head> <link type="text/css" rel="stylesheet" href="stylesheet.css"/> <title>My favorite band!</title> </head> <body> <h1> Alkaline Trio<h1/> <img src="https://www.dropbox.com/s/9bys3uczg9bbv5h/Alkaline%20Trio.jpg?dl=0"/> <body style="background-color: black"> <p> <strong>Alkaline Trio </strong> formed in 1997 composed of drummer Matt Skiba (vocals/guitar), percussionist Glenn Porter and Rob Doran (bass/vocals). Later that year Dan Andriano replaced Rob Doran taking over bass duties and provides complementary vocals and songwriting to Skiba. Their music is emotion-fueled, angst-ridden dark pop-punk. The band made their full-length debut album Goddamnit in 1998. Both Maybe I'll Catch Fire and a self-titled singles collection followed in early 1999. Glenn Poter left the band early the following year and Mike Felumlee joined after his departure. From Here to Infirmary arrived in 2001 to a luke warm fan response. Alkaline Trio and Hot Water music created a split EP one year later with both bands contributing new tracks and covers of each others songs. Good Mourning was released two years later, marking the band's first album with drummer Derek Grant. Good Mourning did well, winning the band a spot on the Billboard charts and landing several spots on late-night tv and summer tours. Crimson followed in 2005 enabling the band to return to tour, both as a headliner and as an opening act for My Chemical Romance. As their 10 year anniversary approached, Alkaline Trio hit the road in 2006 with a set that emphasized material from their earliest releases, including an entire run-through of the fan-favorite Goddamnit! January 2007 saw Alkaline trio being dismissed from their label before any material was released. That same month, Vagrant released a CD/DVD compilation named Remains, composed of B-sides and rarities and secured a deal with Epic records. They also worked on a new album, Agony and Irony, which was released that summer and debuted at number 13, marking Alkaline Trio's highest chart placement to date. Despite their success, the band left Epic's roster one year later and launched their own label, Heart and Skull, which they used to release This Addiction in 2010. The following year the band released their eigth album, Damnesia, which featured acoustic renditions of some of the bands most beloved songs as well as a new pair of tracks. In 2013, Alkaline Trio returned with My Shame is True. </p> </body> </html>