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Risen
Risen
Information
Origin:

Indianapolis, Indiana, United States

Genre:

Metalcore, Hard rock

Years active:

2020-present

Labels:
  • Apollo Entertainment
Associated Acts:

A World Apart, Symphony of Heaven, Mystic Winter, The Abrasive Realization, Haloed Patriots, Resign From Humanity, The Shadows Devour, Uriah, Timōrātus, The Thlipsis

Current members:

Travis Fields
Chandler Ballinger
Jammin Shue
Hyperion Zhang
Heidi Dendler
Mason Beard

Former members:

Garnett Mwangi

Risen is a hard rock and metalcore band that originated out of Indianapolis, Indiana in the United States. The band began in 2020, formed by Guitarist Jammin Shue, Vocalist Chandler Ballinger, and Drummer Mason Beard.

History Edit

Risen began in early 2020, created by Jammin Shue, who would find Vocalist Chandler Ballinger and Drummer Mason Beard and the three would begin practicing together. Guitarist Garnett Mwangi was also hired briefly, however, he was unable to continue.

Shortly thereafter, the three hired on Guitarist Hyperion Zhang, as well as Bassist Heidi Dendler, and the band began to practice. Due to the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic, the band was forced to cancel their first show.

During their off-time, the band hired on Travis "Ducky" Fields, who had previously played in A World Apart, alongside Shue.[1][2] On August 8, 2020, the band performed their debut show, however, only with the lineup of Ballinger, Shue, Zhang, and Beard.

Members Edit

Current

  • Chandler Ballinger - Clean Vocals (2020-present)
  • Jammin Shue - Guitars (2020-present)
  • Hyperion Zhang - Guitars (2020-present)
  • Mason Beard - Drums (2020-present)

Former

  • Garnett Mwangi - Guitars (2020)
  • Travis "Ducky" Fields - Unclean Vocals (2020)
  • Heidi Dendler - Bass (2020)

References Edit

  1. Beard, Mason (April 21, 2020). "Risen (Symphony of Heaven, ex-A World Apart) Adds Vocalist Travis Fields". The Metal Onslaught. Retrieved on April 22, 2020.
  2. thrashboy (April 23, 2020). "Risen (Symphony of Heaven, ex-A World Apart) Adds Vocalist Travis Fields". The Metal Resource. Retrieved on April 23, 2020.
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