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Call Me Constant

Call Me Constant

Call Me Constant


Call Me Constant is a progressive rock quartet from Cleveland, OH who formed in 2004 and announced their lapse into an indefinite hiatus in September of 2012. Their lineup consisted of Stephen Mlinarcik, Paul Barnes, Jon Schlea, Matt Kenyon and Ben Schlea. They cite their influences as a mix between Five Iron Frenzy, Thrice, Anathallo, and Pretty Girls Make Graves. Their first EP, 'In Here is the Center, In Here it is Clear', was released in 2008. Read more on Last.fm
Call Me Constant is a progressive rock quartet from Cleveland, OH who formed in 2004 and announced their lapse into an indefinite hiatus in September of 2012. Their lineup consisted of Stephen Mlinarcik, Paul Barnes, Jon Schlea, Matt Kenyon and Ben Schlea. They cite their influences as a mix between Five Iron Frenzy, Thrice, Anathallo, and Pretty Girls Make Graves. Their first EP, 'In Here is the Center, In Here it is Clear', was released in 2008. This was followed by a single release of 'When Used Is Boastful, When Silent Is Meek' in 2010, and a split EP with Don Dehlia, 'Veins' in 2011.

Matt Kenyon left the band in late 2011, and Ben Schlea was brought on board to fill the gap. Their full-length concept record, 'The Sun, The Moon, The Dark, The Dawn', was released on September 11th 2012, a last hurrah for the group before disbanding. While the future of the band is uncertain, Stephen Mlinarcik has assured that Call Me Constant will someday return to music. www.callmeconstant.com Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..

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