Formed in 2003, New Hampshire-based indie electronic/dance-rock quintet And Then There Were None originally started out as a metalcore outfit whose relentless touring and fierce D.I.Y.
work ethic garnered a loyal fan base both at home and across the country. In 2006 the band experienced a change in lineup and sound, introducing a new moral, message-heavy, ethics-driven attitude (the band is heavily involved with animal rights group PETA) and trading in its metal riffs for "Euro-dance beats with a punk-rock backbone." The band released its debut full-length album, Who Speaks for Planet Earth?, on Tooth & Nail Records in February 2009. ~ James Christopher Monger, Rovi