Who is For The Fallen Dreams?
For the Fallen Dreams was formed in 2003, and they are from Lansing, Michigan. The original band members of the band were Aaron Long on vocals, Jim Hocking and Chris Croll on guitar, Chris Ash on bass, and Andrew Tkaczk on drums. For the Fallen Dreams had many band member lineup changes before their first full length album that released in 2008, called Changes, under Rise Records. The band members from that album were Chad Ruhlig on vocals, Jim Hocking and Jason Spencer on guitar, Joe Ellis on bass, and Andrew Tkacyk on drums. Chad Ruhlig left For The Fallen Dreams in 2008, and he was replaced with Dylan Richter on vocals. Jason Spencer also left the band in 2008, and he was replaced with Chris Cain on guitar. For The Fallen Dreams released their second full length album, Relentless, in 2009. Chris Cain left the band, and he was replaced with Kalan Blehm on guitar in 2010. With a couple bass player changes and drummer changes going on, For The Fallen Dreams released their third full length album, Back Burner, in 2011. Brandon Stastny joined the band in 2011 to play bass, and Dylan Shippey joined to play drums in 2012. For The Fallen Dreams recorded their fourth full length album, Wasted Youth, on Artery Records in 2012. Dylan Richter left the band, and Chad Ruhlig stepped back in on vocals in 2013. Kalan Blehm left For The Fallen Dreams in 2012, and he was not replaced. Dylan Shippey left the band, and Navid Naghdi joined on drums in 2013. For The Fallen Dreams released their fifth studio album, Heavy Hearts, in 2014 on Rise Records. For The Fallen Dreams released their sixth full length album in 2018 titled, Six.