Welcome to Chasing Comets, the only fanlisting for alternative rock band Armor For Sleep approved at TheFanlistings.org. This fanlisting is listed under the Musicians: Bands/Groups category.
Armor For Sleep was an American rock band from New Jersey in the USA. Members included lead vocalist, guitarist and songwriter Ben Jorgensen, lead guitarist PJ DeCicco, bassist Anthony DiIonno and drummer Nash Breen.
The band’s first concept album was released in 2003, titled Dream To Make Believe, which included the hit My Town. Their second concept album, What To Do When You Are Dead, was extremely successful in the emo-punk scene, and continues to be referenced as being one of the best alternative concept albums to date. This album included the songs Car Underwater and The Truth About Heaven. The band’s final album Smile For Them was released in 2007.
On October 28, 2009 it was officially announced that the band would be parting ways. Frontman Ben Jorgensen released a statement informing fans of the inevitable, after the band had been inactive, not undertaking a tour for over a year.
If you’re a fan of this amazing band, feel free to join! Everyone is welcome to join.
Last updated: 27th September 2017
Member count: 17 (0 pending), from 6 countries
Newest members: Georgie
I don’t remember the last time I updated this layout, but it was definitely way back when I moved it to neverfly.org, a website I got rid of over a year ago, so a new layout was certainly due. This is, if I recall correctly, the fourth layout for this fanlisting (and I’ve owned it since 2009). Updated it to HTML5, cleaned up the pages, and gave it a new layout using some lovely photographs from Matt Vogel.
I really miss Armor For Sleep. I’ve never seen them live, and it’s a shame that their reunion shows were only in their hometown — but what can you do? I am still thrilled that I got to see Ben Jorgensen in early 2011 at what was my first gig. ♥
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