By Emily J. Kaufman As the leading trend of young frontmen continues to grow, eighteen-year-old Devin Oliver holds his head above the rest. The voice behind the I See Stars has a distinct ring that draws in audiences from around the world, selling out shows left and right. Reigning from Warren, Michigan, I See Stars is the center of attention in the ever-growing electronic-hardcore music scene. Touring with bands such as A Day To Remember, A Skylit Drive, Attack! Attack!, and many more, the six piece has had no problem getting the recognition they deserve. With a solid lineup of six young, eager musicians; Devin Oliver, Andrew Oliver, Jeff Valentine, Brent Allen, Jimmy Gregerson, and returning member Zach Johnson have a musical compatibility reflective of their friendship. Their debut full-length album 3-D was released in April 2009 on Sumerian Records. Since then, the band has had three singles released, a headlining tour, a run on the Van’s Warped Tour, a cover song on Fearless Record’s Punk Goes Classic Rock and much more. The continual growth of the band has been a fast one, with all of their success happening in less than two years. The beginning of 2011 marks a start of a new era for the boys of I See Stars. At the end of 2010 the band released a single from their upcoming album The End Of The World Party on their Facebook and on iTunes, which can be found here. The second full-length is set to be released on February 8, 2011, right before the band takes off on the spring run of the AP Tour. If you want to catch the band before then, I See Stars will be on a two-week East Coast headlining tour from January 14th to the 29th. Keep an eye out for these six stars this year, because they might just be shooting across your stereo when you least expect it.
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