Through Solace

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Through Solace
OriginWales, United Kingdom
Genres Christian hardcore, metalcore, post-rock
Years active2005 (2005)–2010 (2010)
Labels Strike First
Past membersLuke Nicholas
Robert Milligan
Kevin Williams
Rohan Bishop
Kingsley Davies
Sean Fletcher
Website facebook.com/pages/Through-Solace/45585988542

Through Solace is a Welsh Christian hardcore and Christian metal band, and they primarily play hardcore punk, metalcore, post-hardcore, and post-metal. They come from Wales, United Kingdom. The band started making music in 2005, while they disbanded in 2010, and their members were Rohan Bishop, Robert Milligan, Luke Nicholas, Kevin Williams, Kingsley Davis, and Sean Fletcher. Their first two releases, extended plays, Through Solace in 2006, and, The Stand in 2008, were independently released by the band. The band released, a studio album, The World on Standby, in 2009 with Strike First Records.

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Background

Through Solace was a Christian hardcore and Christian metal band from Wales, United Kingdom. [1] Their members were Rohan Bishop, Robert Milligan, Luke Nicholas, Kevin Williams, Kingsley Davis, and Sean Fletcher. [2]

Music history

The band commenced as a musical entity in 2005, [3] with their first two releases, being independently released extended plays, Through Solace, in 2006, [4] and, The Stand, in 2008. [5] Their first studio album, The World on Standby, was released by Strike First Records, on 28 April 2008. [6] [7]

Members

Last Known Line-up [8]

Discography

Studio albums [3]

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References

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